What The Hell Is Hell?

The first church fathers, mostly Greek speakers, understood the common collection of NT greek writings from a greek mindset. And NONE of them taught of an eternal hell used by God to punish humans. The later Latinizers of the Bible; (the Latin gang of four were Jerome, the translator of the Greek and Hebrew into the Latin Vulgate, Augustine, the dogma dictocrat, who once boasted that he would

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Fulfilled Prophecies About Jesus Christ

Source ~ The Church of God Article linked to at the bottom of this article.

The Church of God International was the result of a massive split in the Worldwide Church of God, after Mike Williams teachings on the Gospel of Grace and Peace, led to divisions in that church.

Why did I copy someone else’s article? Because truth is truth, wherever you find it.

In today’s world, many do not recognize the plain prophetic statements foretelling the coming of Jesus

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Man’s Will versus God’s Will

In Christianity we were taught that our will affected out eternal destiny, but that God’s will, (and our purity of heart) saw to it that we got the right parking space, were killed or not killed by a tornado, and generally determined the course of events in our life. In the Gospel, we coined a phrase for this and called it “Parking Space Spirituality”.

The Christian religion teaches

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I’d Rather See A Sermon Than Hear One Any Day

I’d rather see a sermon than hear one any day,
I’d rather that you walk with me than merely show the way.

The eye’s a better teacher and more willing than the ear,
And counsel is confusing but example’s always clear.

The best of all the teachers are the ones who live the creed.
To see good put in action is what everybody needs.

I soon can learn to do it if you let me see it

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Answer To A Friend

Today a friend mistook “Gay conversion Therapy” for what Christians call “conversion”.  Following is part of the conversation.

She wrote:-

OK so many things I don’t know. So I read about conversion therapy. I understand both sides of the fence. From your standpoint since Christ saved us all…sinful behavior does not exist. And yes we all sin. And yes we all a little

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