What Paul Really Meant By The “Law” And Living By Faith

It took a great deal of prayer and thought to open my mind and free me from the enslavement of interpretation. God has finally been able to reveal to me the truth about what the scripture says about “the law”. Having been a lifelong Christian, growing up in the church and being taught the doctrines of the modern church, and of modern Christian culture, which are corrupted … read more

Do You Have To Follow The Law?

From a Christian perspective, following the law is not referring to the law of Man, such as our legal system, which is an entirely different topic; but rather, whether we should follow the Law of God, the rules laid out for us in the Bible. The “Law” includes the Ten Commandments of Exodus 20, Levitical laws of the Levitical priesthood of Aaron in the book of Leviticus, … read more

The Narrow Way To Heaven: Is The Way You’re On Really The Narrow Path?

Jesus said that only those who find the narrow way will make it into eternity. “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and many enter through it” (Matthew 7:13). Many people who call themselves Christians may think they are on that narrow path, but are they really? Are you really? If the path to salvation … read more

The Fallacy Of “Total Forgiveness” | Your Future Sins Are Not Forgiven Already

Modern grace teachers today are teaching something very dangerous. This is the teaching of “total forgiveness”. It is the idea that all of your sins: past, present, and future, are all already forgiven. This is completely and utterly unbiblical. It is a blatant false doctrine. Nowhere in the Bible does it say, or even suggest, that all sins in the future are automatically forgiven. On the contrary, … read more

Are You Really A Christian? Do You Know Where You’re Going One Day?

Many of us wonder if we’re really getting into heaven or into eternity. Sure, there are some people who simply don’t care, and live in blissful ignorance or outright denial of the reality that awaits them a few minutes, days, years, or decades from now when this life is over for them. But I think that most people do care about where they will end up, or … read more

The Corruption of the Doctrine of Justification By Faith | Grace Fallacy

Today I was reading Psalm 24:4 and came upon the commentary on the verse by Charles Spurgeon called “The Treasury of David” exposition on the Psalms. Upon reading it I was delighted to find supporting evidence on the fundamental premise of this site – a condemnation of the corrupted grace doctrine. It is further interesting to hear these words coming from such a renowned theologian such as … read more

This Was Your Life: A Fresh and Modern Perspective On An Old Tract

If you’ve been around for more than a decade or so, you’ve probably seen the tract called “This Was Your Life”. It was a very widespread tract, and many may still be around and distributed today. Personally, I think people would benefit from a wider distribution of this tract today; however, it is certainly at odds with both today’s secular godless culture, as well as even much … read more

Salvation: The Free Gift – Is It Really Free? Unconditional? No Strings Attached?

Christians have heard over and over and over, had it hammered into our heads, that salvation is a “free gift” and “totally unconditional” and “no strings attached”. Is this really true? Take this scenario. It is your child’s birthday. You have a gift you have prepared for your teenage child for their birthday. No strings attached, right? It’s a “gift” which inherently means that it’s free without … read more

The Fallacy Of The Church Altar Call: Are You Saved Just Because You Answered An Altar Call?

Altar calls. Anyone who has gone to church has surely heard it. Near the end of a powerful sermon, or in some churches after every sermon, the pastor will call up the musicians to play ambient Christian music, possibly even a hymn like “At the Cross”. He will then call out for anyone who is not a Christian to get out of their seats and walk down … read more

Unto the Pure All Things Are Pure, Unto the Clean All Things Are Clean: A Context Taken Way Out of Context

One of the most common and pervasive myths of modern church doctrine is the myth that “all things are pure” or that “all things are permissible”. It is based on several verses which seem to allude to the idea that the Old Testament laws are now passed away and that now all things are “covered under the blood of Jesus” allowing all things to be permissible. However, … read more