In a previous blog post, I dealt with a Biblical argument against Pedophilia and Child Marriage. My reason for writing such an article is that I fear a coming cultural battle over the topic, as the nation and western world become more pagan, self-absorbed, and defiant of God's laws. If this is coming, as with... Continue Reading →
Denying Imputation Makes Jesus a Sinner
Psalm 69 is a messianic Psalm -- that is, the Psalm is prophetic and describes things the Messiah would undergo and do. It's fairly easy to establish this. There are multiple quotations of it in the New Testament that apply it to Christ. They that hate me without a cause are more than the hairs... Continue Reading →
If You Want Me to Use the Word Sodomite, I Will.
Recently a new documentary has dropped entitled 1946. The premise of the movie is that the word homosexual is a mistranslation of the Greek word αρσενοκοιται in 1 Corinthians 6:9. Before the Revised Standard Version of 1946, no Bible used the word homosexual. Modern Bibles, according to them, have continued using this mistranslation and it... Continue Reading →
The Father is the Only True God. So is the Son.
Muslims (and other Unitarians) frequently bring up John 17:3 as a polemic against orthodox Trinitarian Christianity. Because it has Jesus saying that the Father is the only true God, it must be denying that the Son is God they say. And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and... Continue Reading →
1 Corinthians 7 Against Pedophilia and Child Marriage
While Pedophilia is not yet culturally acceptable and it may even seem unthinkable that it ever would be, in America I find the trajectory we are in regarding sexual ethics to be extremely troubling. We’ve gone from an acceptance of no-fault divorce to a culture that has no issue with fornication, then to gay marriage,... Continue Reading →
Roman Catholicism: Many Fathers, No Relations
A common criticism of Roman Catholicism is that they inappropriately call their priests 'Father' in violation of Matthew 23:9. And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven. (Matthew 23:9 KJV) The typical Roman Catholic response is to say that Jesus is not denying all uses... Continue Reading →