Category Archives: Bible

The Parable of the Progressive Gay Christian and the Christian

A postmodern parable of pride, humility, mercy, and grace… “And he spake this parable unto certain which trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and despised others: Two women went up into a church to pray; the one a progressive gay … Continue reading

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Modern translations are based upon a corrupt critical text

Modern English translations of the New Testament are based upon a corrupt critical text and should be rejected. The modern critical text of the Greek New Testament (GNT), upon which all modern English translations are based, presupposes the general (universal) … Continue reading

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Canonical texts create religious communities

Canonical texts create religious communities. This is why, for example, the ending of Mark has become a canonical crisis: those who reject the traditional ending have formed another canonical text and another religious community. Word Magazine # 72: The Ending … Continue reading

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We should no longer live for ourselves

The Holy Spirit really spoke to me recently, via the word spoken by these ministers below… “He [the Holy Spirit] is the one who, refreshing us by his dew, distills for us the energy of life, which is why he … Continue reading

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Jim Jones’ beliefs about the Bible

When your opinion of the Bible resembles that of Jim Jones you might be going down the wrong path… In 1978 I was 18 years old and serving in the US Army. In early December of that year I boarded … Continue reading

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Why James White calls people who defend the Textus Receptus “traditionalists”

E. F. Hills has said: “The defense of the Textus Receptus, therefore, is a necessary part of the defense of Protestantism.” Mark Noll has described those who would defend the Textus Receptus as “critical anti-critics” and those who would defend … Continue reading

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Critical Anti-Critics & 3 Types of Believing Critics

(Or, as E.F. Hills has said: Believing Bible study vs. Unbelieving Bible study.) “The major division lies between those who tie the belief in biblical inspiration tightly to traditional interpretations and those for whom this bond is somewhat less secure. … Continue reading

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