There is a popular belief in Christianity today not directly supported in Scripture, yet inferred. The problem, inference requires assumptions and if only one assumption is wrong the inferred idea is faulty. While this book’s topic is not end-times related, the pre-tribulation rapture belief serves a twofold example: Biblical interpretations with assumptions is dangerous and God promises, if His children disobey, we suffer punishment at His hands through sinful man [Matt 5:13]. Possibly Continue reading Pre Tribulation Rapture – is it based on sound doctrine or faulty assumptions?
Martin Luther never intended to leave the Catholic Church, rather he desired a return to God’s ways revealed in the Bible. The Protestant movement resulted because the Catholic church refused to return to the roots of Christianity.
While I don’t desire Continue reading Martin Luther’s 95 Theses; Today’s 95 Theses:
There can be multiple reasons, however I came across this verse recently and believe may be the number one reason: Hos 4:6 “(6) My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.”
Not sure you agree? Continue reading Why many leave the faith when leaving home:
A picture says 1,000 words, enough said.
Many denominations within Christianity exist, why? Continue reading Tradition vs God
Life has no guarantee. We’re born and we die, the time between should hold value. Spend as much time with family and friends as possible. I’ve never heard Continue reading Life is too Short – Forgive
Life, whether you believe in evolution or creation, is but a vapor in time. Evolution says all started with a big bang ending with death; creation says God, who is eternal, spoke, and the world was and one day this earth will end in a big bang! Science proves neither, thus requiring faith because neither is testable, observable and repeatable by mankind, which is the foundation of science. Continue reading Life’s Vapor
The art of understanding Scripture: let Scripture speak for itself without adding assumptions or conclusions not plainly stated within the text using other Scripture and original word meaning for clarification.