Pagan lies …. part 3

Pagan lies part 3 Continuing in the discovery of The Theogony and the Greek gods, Hesiod writes “All of the sons of Earth and Heaven - who would become known as the Titans - were hated by their jealous father from the moment of their birth.” This may be the most accurate statement of the... Continue Reading →

Pagan lies … part 2

Pagan lies part 2 Much of what is known today concerning early Greek mythology comes from Hesiod's work and that other great Greek poet Homer. Collectively, their works would serve as a major influence on later Greek literature and drama, and Roman mythology, especially through the epic Metamorphoses by Ovid. Little is known of Hesiod’s... Continue Reading →

Pagan lies … Part 1

The pagan lies, Part 1 Hesiod writes Theogony in 700 BCE, “Prometheus (meaning "Forethought") was one of the ringleaders of the battle between the Titans and the Olympian gods led by Zeus to gain control of the heavens.” (1) The article goes on to say that Prometheus was credited for creating man out of clay,... Continue Reading →

Ticket of truth

Ticket of truth Imagine driving down a county road and you do not witness a speed limit sign ...at all.... So you decide that the safest and most productive speed to travel is 60 after all there are no curves and pavement is very stable... what say you now.... all is well? The next thing... Continue Reading →

1 Timothy 4:3-5 … part 2

1 Timothy 4:3-5 ... part 2 3 Forbidding to marry1, and commanding to abstain from meats2, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth. 4 For every creature of God is good3, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving: 5 For it is sanctified by... Continue Reading →

1 Timothy 4:1-2

4 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly (Very out-spoken), that in the latter times some shall depart* from the faith, giving heed to seducing** spirits, and doctrines of devils***; (*G868 ἀφίστημι aphistemi (a-fiy'-stee-miy) v. 1. to remove. 2. (actively) instigate to revolt. 3. (usually, reflexively) to desist, desert, etc./ ** G4108 πλάνος planos (pla'-nos) adj. straying or... Continue Reading →

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