Just What Is The Bible’s “New Covenant”? | New Covenant Fallacy

Many modern churches today refer to a “new covenant”, which they claim means that there was an old covenant in the Old Testament before Christ, and then a new covenant after Christ. These teachers claim today that it means that all the laws and rules of the Old Testament no longer matter, and now only the rules in the New Testament matter. They go further to say … read more

Christmas Is A Pagan Holiday, So Should Christians Celebrate Christmas?

No worthy scholar or historian in the world believes that Jesus was born on December 25th. It is common historical knowledge that December 25th “was the ancient feast-day of the Sun, in the depths of winter”, and that it was also the date celebrated by the Romans of Mithras, the Babylonian and Roman sun god. The sun god worship holiday was termed “Dies Natali Invictus”, meaning “The … read more

The Fallacy of Martin Luther’s “Five Solas”

Martin Luther was the first to come up with the fallacy of the five solas. He called them doctrine, but they are false doctrine. What are the five solas? They are derived from the original Latin they were written in: Sola Scriptura, Sola Gratia, Sola Fide, Solus Christus, and Soli Deo Gloria. These translate in English, respectively: scripture alone, grace alone, faith alone, Christ alone, and God’s … read more

Theory Why No Successful Utopian Economic System Can Ever Be Invented, From A Christian Perspective

It is probable that a classical economic system from the roots of Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, and others, is the most efficient and effective economic system ever devised – when left alone. However, even capitalism could never become a utopia. Today, the capitalism that resulted from Classical Economics hardly exists at all anymore. With the introduction of the fallacious Keynesian economics which influenced the government to … read more

The Dangers of Empty, Ritualistic, Routine Weekly Observance of Holy Communion

In researching opposing views, it was difficult to find any articles contrary to the traditional observation of the weekly or even monthly ritual taking of communion on Sunday. This is tragic, because I believe the Lord has impressed onto my heart the tragedy of ritual routine communion observance. It is my belief that the ritual observance of the Eucharist, that is, holy communion, commonly defiles and desecrates … 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

It Is Better Not To Marry? What Does The Bible Really Say About Marriage and Celibacy?

For centuries, even millennia, the Catholic church has maintained a position of monks and nuns who take a vow of celibacy to never marry. This vow is premised on the founding of a doctrine – a doctrine not actually found in the Bible. Today, Christianity is fundamentally impacted by this ideology. The idea is founded on an interpretation of one of Paul’s letters to the church at … read more