Verse of the Day: Gen. 1:1

Introduction This is the introduction to a new feature on this blog. For now on I will do a verse of the day every day. This will include: a simple reading of the verse, a discussion of the verse in its original language, and a discussion on how the verse effects Christian Theology. Today’s verse […]

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Examining Katy Perry Syndrome

Introduction This is something that I’ve been wanting to discuss for a long time. Katy Perry is the poster child for a problem I’ve seen in the Apostolic Community: the Problem of Apostolic Girls turning bad and leaving God. Some times this happens for no explicable reason. However more often than not there are two […]

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Athanasian Creed Debunked

Introduction In the last article I debunked the TULIP. In this article will deal with the¬†Athanasian Creed¬†which is the most prominent and fully developed statement of Trinitarianism in existence. The Creed Whoever desires to be saved should above all hold to the catholic faith. Anyone who does not keep it whole and unbroken will doubtless […]

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Calvinism Debunked

Introduction Within Christianity there are generally two schools of thought concerning salvation: Arminianism and Calvinism. There are of course variations of the two but all are general categorized under one of these two headings. I, being a Pentecostal, adhere to what I call Pentecostal Arminianism. As such I will be Debunking Calvinism point by point […]

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How to be saved

Introduction On the day of Pentecost the Holy Ghost fell(Acts 2:1-4). After the men at Jerusalem heard this they gathered to see the spectacle and wondered what it meant(Acts 2:5-13). The result was the first sermon ever preached(Acts 2:14-36). When they heard the sermon they asked, “What shall we do?” Or in other words “what […]

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Oneness Defended

Introduction There is clear misrepresentation of Oneness Pentecostalism by Trinitarians. Oneness does not deny the Son. Rather it denies doctrines like eternal Sonship. In fact, while it may be unfair to reject a theology over the lack of one term in the Bible such as Trinity, if one examines scripture one will never find the […]

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