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JOHN CALVIN: The Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

What exactly is the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree? Fruit of the poisonous tree is a legal metaphor in the United States used to describe evidence that is obtained illegally. The logic of the terminology is that if the source... Continue Reading →

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The Synoptic Problem of Matthew, Mark, and Luke

“The gospels must now be seen as the result of early Christian mythmaking. Q forces the issue, for it documents an earlier history that does not agree with the narrative gospel accounts.”[1] – Burton L. Mack, retired professor of New Testament... Continue Reading →

Escape From a Different Kind of Slavery

Many Christians Are a Slave of a Different Sort. They are Slaves of Biblical Illiteracy How often do Christians read their Bibles? 19% - Every day, 26% - A few times a week, 14% - Once a week, 22% - At least once a... Continue Reading →

Why Is Hermeneutics Important?

In short, hermeneutics is important because if you are not interpreting the Bible correctly, you will not find the accurate knowledge (Gr. epignosis) of God. Hermeneutics has rules and principles and if they are not followed correctly, you will come... Continue Reading →

Can Satan the Devil Read (Know) the Thoughts of the Human Mind?

Of course, we cannot be dogmatic about this, but we can infer from the Scriptures and draw a conclusion based on reason and logic that neither Satan nor his demon rebels can read our thoughts. Take a moment and consider... Continue Reading →

Angelic Rebellion in the Spirit Realm of Heaven

When God first create the angels, they were all good, including the one we refer to now as Satan the Devil, as well as the demons. One angel, AKA Satan the Devil, thought too much of himself and started craving... Continue Reading →

WHEN YOU CHOOSE Any Bible Translation What Are You Getting?

When an author signs a book contract with Christian Publishing House, there is a section titled: The Author Must Hold the Conservative, Biblical Worldview/Positions below. One of the Worldview/Positions is "The author fully rejects the Textus Receptus (TR), i.e., the Received Text as corrupt... Continue Reading →

Is Lucifer a Name that the Bible Uses for Satan?

Edward D. Andrews The name Lucifer, a Latin translation of the Hebrew word for “day star” occurs but one time (Isa. 14:12) in the Scriptures and only in some versions of the Bible. For example, the King James Version renders... Continue Reading →

BIBLICAL CRITICISM: Rhetorical Criticism

Thomas Marshall Hebrews 1:1-2a Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 1 Long ago God spoke to the fathers by the prophets at different times and in many ways, 2 in these last days he has spoken to us by a Son … Introduction As... Continue Reading →

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