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IS YOUR GOSPEL TRUE?
FROM THE AUTHOR: THIS BOOK IS DOCTRINALLY HERETICAL. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK
This book is designed to have the reader think about what they have been taught about Jesus the Christ and his relationship to the Gospel. Many times I have found that God would say something and then someone comes along and says, "God really meant this", as if God does not know what he is talking about. Jesus said, his sheep hear his voice and would not follow a stranger or he lost none that the Father gave him. Then someone comes along and says, "you need to do this or that for Jesus to accept you unto him or that Jesus is available for everyone, just ask him to save you. In this book, those things you thought you know may not be true.
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JESUS, THE HERETICK
Was Jesus a heretic during his time on earth? To answer this question let's do what we always do, go to the Bible. In the scriptures, the word heresies are mentioned three times (1st Corinthians 11:19, Galatians 5:20, and 2nd Peter 2:1) while the word heretick is mentioned once (Titus 3:10). Both words come from the Greek language and carry the same meaning. Strong concordance G141 indicates that the meaning of the word heretick is, “fitted or able to take or choose a thing," schismatic, factious, a follower of a false doctrine”. The dictionary states that heresies are, “opinion or doctrine at variance with the orthodox or accepted doctrine, especially of a church or religious system, the maintaining of such an opinion or doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church, the willful and persistent rejection of any article of faith by a baptized member of the church, any belief or theory that is strongly at variance with established beliefs, customs, etc.”. The keyword from the strong concordance definition is schismatic. To be schismatic is to be a person with a schism (to be divisive). Therefore, to be a heretic, a person must stray away from a specific doctrine or belief of a religious order or sect.
YOU MUST BE BORN AGAIN
Many protestant Christian movements today based their belief system on one central expression. This expression is “You must be born again”. Therefore, what does the expression “being born again” mean. This movement tells us that “being born again” restores a person into a righteous relationship with God with the ability to be a witness for Him. The concept of this movement is centered around the presence of sin and how we must manage it daily.
Apologetics according to the dictionary is the theology concerned with the defense of Christianity. It is a Greek word that means speaking in defense of something. However, there is a misunderstanding of this word among many Christians. The problem with apologetics is that it is not a biblical term, however, there are many indications that a defense of the faith is important. In Jude 1:3 he states, “Beloved when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that you should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints”. Apologetics is many times confused with an apology (which means to regret, have remorse, or feel sorrowful) for an action. But, the use of this word within the Christian community is to have an answer to those who have a question concerning your hope in Christianity. For many Christians, it is a verbal defense of Jesus to those who are unbelievers (antichrists). The purpose then is to persuade them to change their minds and the direction of their life. In other words, to become followers of Jesus. This understanding comes from the teaching that Christians are soul winners for the Lord. However, to be an apologist within Christian theology is to reason with the unlearned or unbeliever. The primary emphasis is to bring them to an understanding of the natures of good and evil. Then the listener must choose based on their relationship with God at that moment. The choice at that moment is to pick between Christ or the antichrist, day or night, light or darkness, good or evil, etc.
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The main aspect of the skatepark campaign will be a memorial for our son John L. Standberry III who was a local skateboarder that pass away in 2019 from renal illnesses. Therefore, our focus will be on partnering with the Diabetes, Kidney, and Heart associations to sponsor skating tournaments and other events in support of these important organizations. Further, our organization is in the development stages of going into joint ventures with local for-profit and non-profit organizations to sponsor these events. At this point, we would like to schedule an appointment with you to further discuss how we can go forward on the project. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
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