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God v. The People

According to Scripture, each of us must stand before the judgement seat of God when our time on earth is done. Christians do not contend with this statement. However, there is not a consensus on what follows. Most Christians maintain that there are only two possible outcomes. The first, of which, follows an innocent verdict: […]

Thank You For Listening.

What follows is in response to a lengthy comment I received on a previous blog post from someone who goes by the alias of Chuck. I will respond briefly to certain portions of his comment which, I believe, deserve the most attention. Thanks for your comments. I believe you make a common error here, a category […]

Where is Your Faith

When I ask Christians if they believe Endless Conscious Torment (ECT) is an essential doctrine, most often they say that it is. Some understand that it is not a doctrine over which we should divide, but the vast majority of Christians feel rather strongly about this doctrine. They genuinely believe that the doctrine of ECT […]

Jesus’ Deception

What if I told you . . . that Jesus was deceived? How would that be make you feel? Surprised? Aghast? Maybe confused or even outraged? Inquisitive? How would you respond? Would you tell me that I’m the one that’s deceived? Would you call me a false teacher or maybe a heretic. Quite frankly, I […]

Are They Really Saved?

How often have you heard, “They were not saved to begin with.” when someone claims to have defected from the Faith? Christians who believe in eternal security or “once saved; always saved” are usually those who would dare to say such a thing. However, this blog has nothing to do with that theology. Rather, I […]

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