Category Archives: Religion

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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Syrians living in Pennsylvania support Bashar al-Assad

In Allentown, pro-Assad Syrians raise flag, call gas attack ‘propaganda’ “The Syrian-American community has deep roots in the Allentown area, with Lehigh County boasting the highest percentage of Syrians of any county, according to U.S. Census figures. But that community … 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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