The Dangers of Overcomplicating Scriptural Theology

It is important for a scholar, a historian, or a teacher to fully understand the Bible as well as the underlying historical context and various views and teachings of times past, in order to determine and espouse truth; and also to grasp a full understanding of the truths found within scripture. It is however rather dangerous to delve too far into philosophical analysis and debate that one … read more

The Fallacy Of Calvinism And Its 5 Tenets – Part 1: Foundations

If you are not familiar with Calvinism, Calvinism is familiar with you. Nearly every western church today has its roots in this doctrine, from the Baptists to the Presbyterians, to the Lutherans, to pretty much every major denomination today; and it has been perpetrating lies and causing corruption within the church and within the people for centuries. Calvinism may be the single greatest threat to the salvation … read more

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

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

Western Christianity and Reformed Theology vs The Pharisees: Two Sides Of The Same Coin

If you have ever read the Gospels in the Bible or gone to Sunday school at church as a child, you have no doubt heard of the Pharisees. Jesus harshly criticized the Pharisees, who were the religious leaders of the day, calling them “hypocrites”, “a brood of vipers”, and other harsh terms. The reason for this was because Jesus knew their hearts. You see, the Pharisees were … read more