I have 20 Facebook groups that I either own or am the main admin of, and none are on theology. Why? Three reasons really.
So far as the Romish doctrine concerning the Rule of Faith differs from that of Protestants, it presents the following points for consideration: First, The doctrine of Romanists concerning the Scriptures. Second, Their doctrine concerning tradition. Third, Their doctrine concerning the office and authority of the Church as a teacher. ...
The outward life of a person flows from his or her inner spirit. Those who discipline themselves to follow after Jesus Christ, who are focused on living out the truth of God’s revelation, will develop a life of growing intimacy with Christ. They will delight God, producing goodness and godliness in what they do. Paul described deviant doctrines, bad teaching, and useless practices that pull us away from God’s grace and truth. He focused on how to respond to falsehood and how to live righteously.
When Mary Gave Birth to Jesus Was She Truly a Virgin? Was Mary Always a Virgin? Is Mary, the mother of God, Theotokos Biblical? Is Immaculate Conception that Mary Was Conceived Without Sin Biblically True? Catholicism Claims that Mary Ascend to Heaven with Her Body of Flesh, Is This True? Is It Scriptural to Pray to Mary? Is Venerating Mary's Image Biblical? When Alive On Earth, Mary Was She Honored and Did She Seek Honor?
The TR WH NU reading above is supported by much more weightier witnesses 𝔓1א B C L W (f) 33 and this alone means that it ...
The apostle Paul tells us in Galatians 4:4 that the Father “sent forth his Son, born of a woman.” How did the laws of heredity work with this union of perfection (the life of the Son) with imperfection (the ovum or egg cell in Mary’s womb)? How was the life of the Son transferred from... Continue Reading →
The Catholic Encyclopedia maintains that Peter was in Rome, saying, “St. Peter’s residence and death in Rome are established beyond contention as historical facts by a series of distinct testimonies extending from the end of the first to the end of the second centuries.” Similarly, the New Catholic Encyclopedia observes, “It is quite certain that Peter... Continue Reading →