Archive for 'Equipping the Saints'

Examining the “Seat of Peter” by Examining the Example of Peter

Posted on01. Oct, 2015 by .

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The “Seat of Peter”, as called by Catholic Tradition, denoting to the “Holy See”, otherwise known as the Papacy, has been claimed by the Popes to justify their authority – as believed to be the succession of “Peter’s Throne”. There are many extra-biblical traditions of the Roman Church which have evolved into endless Papal Canons […]

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The Two Beasts | Revelation 13

Posted on20. Sep, 2015 by .

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John’s vision of the two beasts of Revelation 13 has vital continuity from Daniels vision of the four beasts in Daniel 7. As John’s vision expounds upon the same theme of Daniel’s vision, it is of the utmost importance to first understand Daniel’s vision, which serves as the basis for John’s vision of the two […]

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We’re All Born That Way

Posted on11. Jul, 2015 by .

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There’s been much controversy about why homosexuals happen to have the sexual orientation they do;  The prevailing view being – “they were born that way” – and the religious version of the same idea is – “God made them that way”. Well I can’t agree with the latter, but definitely with the former, and here […]

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Foundation of the Gospel

Posted on08. Jul, 2015 by .

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Below are four basic principles repeated throughout the scriptures – which sets the foundation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: LAW 1 ~ WE ARE NATURAL BORN SINNERS (the grim truth) “…The  LORD  God commanded the man (Adam) saying, “From any tree of the garden you may eat freely; but from the tree of the knowledge of good […]

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Principles of Biblical Interpretation

Posted on10. Jun, 2015 by .

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Hermeneutics is a fancy term used to define the principles of biblical interpretation. Just like learning a language, there are principles of grammar which need to be understood and properly implemented in order to do so. Thus, biblical interpretation is an art & a science. The fundamental principle of biblical interpretation is ‘context’. Considering the […]

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Remember When Jesus Forbid Church Hierarchy?

Posted on23. Sep, 2014 by .

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Church hierarchy is a clerical system which has been employed by the institutional Church throughout history, yet contrary to the teachings of Christ and the Apostles (Matt 20:25-26, 1st Peter 5:1-4) . And because there is so much history of the institutional Church employing a worldly hierarchical system, we now have ample evidence to recognize […]

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21 Ways Protestants Obey The Pope

Posted on19. Sep, 2014 by .

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The essential meaning of the term ‘Protestant’, comes from those who ‘protested’  the abused authority of the the Roman Pontiff.  But the Protestant Reformation only reformed so far; A fundamental element such as ‘Church Hierarchy’ was only watered down to a more subtle form of  hierarchy. Even those key elements which actually were reformed came […]

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The Abomination of Desolation – Standing in the Holy Place

Posted on30. Jul, 2014 by .

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The ‘abomination of desolation‘ is another point of bible prophesy surrounded with diverse interpretations. In Matthew 24, Jesus addresses an upcoming event of the ‘abomination of desolation,’ as spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place… Of course we know the ‘holy place’ Jesus was referring to is the Temple of God […]

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What Happened to the Historic Premillennial View and Historicism?…

Posted on25. May, 2014 by .

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Most have no idea what the Historic Premillennial view or Christian Historicism is anymore, though it was the prevailing view among the Protestant Reformers for three centuries, as well as the view of the pre-reformers like Huss and Wicliff; and still farther back with the remnant of bible-believers such as the Waldenses and Albigenses who […]

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Analysis of “The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty”

Posted on25. Apr, 2014 by .

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“The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty” is a significant piece of work which has had great impact upon the views of eschatology. Until this exegesis was disseminated among the Protestant Church, the prevailing Historic view of prophesy among the Protestant Reformers endured for about 300 years without being influenced by alternative doctrines. While […]

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