Monthly Archives: May 2013

Gays Must Repent or Go to Hell!

“Sodom and Gomorrah, and the cities around them in a similar manner to these, having given themselves over to sexual immorality and gone after strange flesh, are set forth as an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.”–Jude 1:7 “On … Continue reading

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Church Fathers Said You Can Lose Your Salvation!

IRENAEUS (d. 202) “Those who do not obey Him, but being disinherited by Him, have ceased to be His sons.” [Against Heresies 4.41.3] “We should fear ourselves, least perchance after [we have come to] the knowledge of Christ, if we … Continue reading

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Salvation from Hell by Repentant Faith

“No, you won’t listen. So you are storing up terrible punishment for yourself because of your stubbornness in refusing to turn from your sin. For there is going to come a Day of Judgment when God, the just judge of … Continue reading

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Biblical Creationism Bibliography

If I were to write a book on Biblical creationism, as means by which to refute Darwinism while doing open air evangelistic outreach, then I would use the following books as the basis for that bibliography: Discovery Institute Recommends: Intelligent … Continue reading

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Prophetic History, Part 2: The Testing and Humbling of Prophets

Noah—God told him the world would flood in 120 years (Gen. 6:3); he preached repentance and righteousness (2 Pet. 2:5), but nobody believed him except his family. Abraham—God told him in a vision, a son would be miraculously born to … Continue reading

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A Word to the Nightlifers

“Let us behave decently, as in the daytime, not in carousing and drunkenness, not in sexual immorality.”—Romans 13:13, NASB Carousing is that sin which many of you are committing right now:–roaming around the night with friends from bar to bar, … Continue reading

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Spiritual Ministry in the Organized Church

“On arriving there, they went to the Jewish synagogue. Now the Bereans were of more noble character than the Thessalonians.”—Acts 17:10-11 In the fourth century A.D., the Roman emperor Constantine, who was of a questionable religious persuasion, decided to not … Continue reading

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Prophetic History: A Brief Sketch

Shortly after the Fall of Adam, there were a few prophets such as Enoch or Noah, who had such close walks with God, that they were either taken up into Heaven (Gen. 5:24), or spared from the destruction of the … Continue reading

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