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2 Peter 2:1 (KJV) But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction.
Ken Ham, founder of the Creation Museum and Noah's Ark in Kentucky, as well as Bodie Hodge, writer and researcher for Answers in Genesis (AiG) website, and Dr. Georgia Purdom, a molecular geneticist for AiG broadcast live yesterday from the...
Most of your modern translations such as the NASB, NIV and others are based on the United Bible Societies Greek text or the Nestle Aland text, I dont trust the editors of these texts such as Bruce Metzger, Kurt and Barbara Aland, or Eberhard Nestle to decide what the accurate and best readings are of the New Testament considering that they are heretics and apostates. For example Metzger questions that Peter even wrote the epistles that bear his Name
“KURT ALAND denied the verbal inspiration...
NOTE: This is NOT a discussion about the King James Only -
If you want to go in that direction - you can always start a new thread.
1.incapable of making mistakes or being wrong:
So should we describe the Bible we currently use as infallible?
Many versions use different words/phrases. Does that make some version fallible?
If just one verse is wrong - do we "throw the baby out with the bathwater"?
Does the saying "it loses something in translation"...
OK, the scenario is pretty simple:
A person who is lost in a sin, or multiple sins, such as alcoholism, drug abuse, regular pornography usage, physical adultery or any number of things; that person has come to a pastor seeking pastoral counseling. They say they are a believer, yet their entire time as a believer they have not had any victory over their sin. It's like being a believer does not help them out of their sin at all.
I make this scenario, because from my own history, if I were...
1) The Bible command the action (Love your neighbor)
2) The Bible prohibits the action (Thou shall not murder)
3) The Bible gives suggestions (be not drunk with wine -Does not prohibit)
4) The Bible is silent ( should we use pianos in church }
( and please - DO not make these (and especially) #3 a debate issue - they are simply examples)
So here is my question - How would define Unscriptural?
Which of the above examples is an unScriptural action
What Is It to be Unequally Yoked?
2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1
14 Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness? 15 What harmony is there between Christ and Belial? Or what does a believer have in common with an unbeliever? 16 What agreement is there between the temple of God and idols? For we are the temple of the living God. As God has said:
“I will live with them
and walk among them,
KJVOs love to criticize newer versions for reading "a son of the gods" in Daniel 3:25 while the KJV reads "the Son of God".
Is the KJV correct, while the newer versions are wrong? I don't think so.
Remember, at the time he threw the Jews into the furnace, Nebuchadnezzar was a PAGAN. He was punishing the Jews for refusing to worship his IDOL. He had evidently forgotten about what Daniel had told him about THE God & was taken up in his own idolatry again.
Not even Danny knew who...
This thread seeks to discuss the obligation of Messianic Jews to keeping the Torah.
It is Scripture principle that the Gentle believers are under no obligation, but was such an obligation removed from Jewish believers.
Here is a link to a messianic Jew who lays out the thinking in which the Believing Jews are still obligated to the Torah:
I would suggest befor the gentle believers jump in with reactionary posts quoting Paul, they remember that for the most part, Paul was a...
Can we have an honest conversation. Most people, including some Calvinists, have a problem accepting the mental image that a good God has elected some to an eternity of life and love and perfect happiness with him, while abandoning everyone else to a fate of eternal torment. Everything good for a few, and everything bad for the majority.
If you will indulge me in a little Bible study, I would like to take a closer look at this election and what we have been elected to.
First some general...