Jesus is not God. Jesus asked his disciples, “Who do men say that the Son of man is?” After a few answers, Peter said, You are the Christ, the Son of the living God. Peter did not say, “You are … Continue reading
Posted in Church, Trinity?
Tagged Blasphemy, Death, God the Father, Incorruptible, Life, Messiah, Michael Servetus, Salvation, The Son of God, Trinity?
There are many theories of the ‘atonement’. For that matter, the word ‘atonement’ was invented many centuries later by Tyndale (“at-one-ment”) to translate the same Greek word that is also translated “reconciliation.” Reconciliation simply means a return to favor. “And … Continue reading
Posted in Eternal Security
Tagged Deeds, Example, Forgiveness, Lawlessness, Moral Government, Moral Transformation, Penal Substitution, Purity, Repentance, Representive, Righteousness, Salvation
The teaching of Calvinism (Reformed Theology) permeates in just about every denomination around the world and IN the world. It presents a false chain of reasoning not supported by Scripture, but rather opposes it. Here is a sample of what … Continue reading
Posted in General
Tagged Calvinists, Delusion, Division, Emotionalism, Faith, Free Will, Hate, Indoctrinations, Predestination, Salvation, Sovereignty
There is a hymn that goes like this: Till on that cross as Jesus died, The wrath of God was satisfied; For ev’ry sin on Him was laid— Here in the death of Christ I live. This hymn is not … Continue reading
Willful rebellion against God leads to death! Reformed theology teaches that repentance comes AFTER salvation. Wrong! Repentance does not come AFTER someone has been supposedly saved. Scripture shows that godly sorrow produces the repentance LEADING to salvation (2 Cor. 7:10). … Continue reading
One of the greatest enemies of true faith is “mental assent.” Nowhere before Reformed theology became so popular was it ever taught that ‘faith alone’ was all one needed when discussing the matter of salvation. Instead of positive judgment based … Continue reading
Having my coffee and doing some thinking and searching. I have been on a social medium called Facebook, and there seems to be a common thread that is always posted and it has to do with “moral conduct.” When talking … Continue reading