Only God is Immortal

Introduction There has been contention over a number of scriptures on whether we are immortal after the resurrection or not. This has arisen as many bible teachers over spiritualise the scriptures and will not accept the straight forward literal meaning. This post gives 8 principles on how we can be more accurate with our understanding … Continue reading Only God is Immortal

Principles for Christians Studying the Word Of God

Introduction I have found the below principles and statements to be helpful and needed when studying and testing any old or new doctrines. If we consistently employ the below series of eight principles, we will not fall into error which many have over the years. 8 Principles to Use 1. The original Scriptures are infallible … Continue reading Principles for Christians Studying the Word Of God

The Case for Annihilation of the Unbelievers & the Wicked

Definition of Annihilationism The term annihilationism is taken from the Greek word, apollumi, which is translated as “destruction” in 2 Peter 3:7. But by His word the present heavens and earth are being reserved for fire, kept for the day of judgment and destruction (G622) of ungodly men. (NASB) Strongs Concordance:- G622 apollumi From G575 … Continue reading The Case for Annihilation of the Unbelievers & the Wicked

Hebrew Thinking Vs.Greek Thinking

THE WAY GOD THINKS In this article, we look at the core differences between Hebraic values, which animate the Scriptures, and a Greek mentality that undergirds much of Western thought. Vacuums & Values Stepping into human history, Jesus fulfilled the first covenant (Matthew 5:17, 18), a covenant that pointed to Him, and in doing so, He … Continue reading Hebrew Thinking Vs.Greek Thinking

The Rich Man & Lazarus is Not a Picture of Heaven and Hell Luke 16:19-31

The allegory/parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus found in Luke 16:19-31 has been taught that it shows that we are alive after death but in different areas based upon if you were good or bad. Firstly, all parables are not based on real historical events, but use imagery that the hearers would have understood. … Continue reading The Rich Man & Lazarus is Not a Picture of Heaven and Hell Luke 16:19-31

The Millennial Week Calendar -According to Scripture

The pervasiveness of the millennial week chronology among the early Christian writers close to the Apostles cannot be denied. Many writers mentioned it as fact, but none gave a very full explanation of the biblical support for such a calendar. The primary justification offered was the claim that the creation week was both history and … Continue reading The Millennial Week Calendar -According to Scripture

The Passover Controversy among the Early Church Assemblies

From the time of Christ until the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70, Christianity was considered to be a sect of Judaism by Christians,[1] Jews, 2 and the Roman authorities. The dispute over whether Jesus was the prophesied Messiah was an internal theological debate, which is why Paul was able to enter the diaspora synagogues … Continue reading The Passover Controversy among the Early Church Assemblies

The meaning of “Heavenly” in Ephesians and Hebrews

Satan has been busy inserting “a little leaven” into the translations of Scripture by altering the definitions of biblical terms. This has been done by the editors of lexicons coloring the definitions of terms by their own incorrect theological bias.

Sunday & the Early Church

It is claimed by the Roman Catholic Church that she alone switched Sabbath worship to Sunday worship by her own authority. Seventh Day Adventists often quote Roman Catholic documents, and echo her claims, in order to justify their rejection of Sunday worship as a genuine Christian custom, established by the Apostles themselves. Many Christians today … Continue reading Sunday & the Early Church

Irenaeus Believed All Christians had an Abrahamic Land Inheritance

The Early Christians based their hope of inheritance squarely on the permanent and unconditional Land promise of the Abrahamic Covenant. Irenaeus who was a disciple of Polycarp, who was a disciple of John the apostle stated this hope very plainly. Polycarp was appointed bishop of the Church in Smyrna by the Apostles (Irenaeus, Book 3, … Continue reading Irenaeus Believed All Christians had an Abrahamic Land Inheritance