There is no Single word for Eternity in Hebrew or Greek

There is no single word in the Hebrew Bible that means “infinite” time and this has led to incorrect translations and understanding in our English bible translations. This is contrary to what you will see on the internet. “OLAM” is the Hebrew word that defines “time” beyond what is observable (both past & future). “Olam” … Continue reading There is no Single word for Eternity in Hebrew or Greek

The Apostolic Preaching

The Apostles were under the teaching of Jesus for three and a half years. They heard all of His teaching on the Kingdom and eternal inheritance not only the few excerpts recorded in the Gospels. In fact, on the Sunday of His resurrection, while walking unrecognized along the road to Emmaus, “beginning at Moses and … Continue reading The Apostolic Preaching

Martin Luther & William Tyndale versus the Pope On the State of the Dead

Original Christianity and the Bible itself has been suppressed by the Roman Catholic Church throughout the dark ages. Yet the Renaissance, and especially the invention of Gutenberg’s printing press, quickly spawned the Protestant Reformation in the early 1500s. This led to the rejection and refutation of several important Roman Catholic dogmas. Among these were prayers … Continue reading Martin Luther & William Tyndale versus the Pope On the State of the Dead

The Martyrdom Of Polycarp Bishop of Smyrna

THE MARTYRDOM OF POLYCARP or THE LETTER OF THE SMYRNAEANS This revision into modern English is by Richard Neil Shrout, from the translation of J.B. Lightfoot. INTRODUCTIONJohn the Apostle ordained Polycarp bishop of Smyrna, a city north of Ephesus. After a lifetime of ministry, Polycarp was martyred at the age of  86 (eighty-six). This Epistle … Continue reading The Martyrdom Of Polycarp Bishop of Smyrna

8. The Christology of Sir Isaac Newton – The Evolution of God

Sir Isaac Newton is acknowledged as one of the most brilliant physicists, historians, and mathematicians of all time. Yet he has been scorned and maligned by Christian theologians for his unorthodox theological beliefs. As professor at Trinity College, Cambridge, Newton was required to be a member in good standing of the Church of England. There … Continue reading 8. The Christology of Sir Isaac Newton – The Evolution of God

How Plato Influenced Our View of God!

Many Christians believe that their view of God is derived solely from the Bible. We would never suspect that the roots of our belief in a triune God comes, not from Scripture, but from Greek philosophy. Nor could we imagine that the respected early Church Fathers were to blame for synthesizing pagan philosophy, such as … Continue reading How Plato Influenced Our View of God!

3. Fragments of the Apostolic Fathers – Evolution of God

The earliest Christian writers whose works have survived, those known to have direct connections to the Apostles, were Clement of Rome (disciple of Paul), and Polycarp of Smyrna and Ignatius[1] of Antioch (both disciples of John). These authors had been personally instructed by the Apostles and were leaders within the Christian assemblies established by the … Continue reading 3. Fragments of the Apostolic Fathers – Evolution of God

2. Corruption in Apostolic Times -Evolution of God

It is important to understand that the corruption of pristine Christian monotheism began during the apostolic age, and was first refuted within the pages of the New Testament itself. Paul had warned the elders of the Ephesian assembly in Asia Minor that false teachers would arise in their location (Acts 20:18-31). Then just before his … Continue reading 2. Corruption in Apostolic Times -Evolution of God

Logos is a Proper Name for the Son of God Jesus

John 1:1-3 LGV In the beginning was Logos, and Logos was with God, and Logos was God.This one was in the beginning with God.Everything originated through Him, and without Him nothing originated which has originated. The meaning of “Logos” (Word) in John 1:1 is one of the most hotly disputed points of Christian theology. Entire … Continue reading Logos is a Proper Name for the Son of God Jesus

The Pagan Hope of Heaven Infects the Churches

In the article, “Early Christians Had a Great Hope” we provided many quotes from the earliest Christian apologists - martyrs describing the Christian hope handed down to the early Christians by the Apostles. It was not an eternal destiny in heaven, but the resurrection of the physical body and an eternal inheritance in the Land … Continue reading The Pagan Hope of Heaven Infects the Churches