Fracturing the Faith …. Vol. 1

Fracturing the Faith .... Vol. 1 Believing God …. And insomnia. These questions entered my teenage brain for the hundredth, maybe even the thousandth time. Do you believe everything you say you believe? What do you believe, exactly? Are you just following the crowd or your own belief? Why are these things done this way?... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith … Final Thoughts

Those of you that pushed through the full 26 volumes of this series, I must echo the words of James 5:11 "Behold, we count them happy which endure."  I realize there has been a lot of information covered. And yet, there is so much more that could be covered. Then there are the topic mentioned,... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith … Vol 26

Christian theologians ... part 2 There is little reason to believe that Scofield knew or even cared about the Zionist movement originally, but at some point, he became involved in a close personal and secret relationship with Samuel Untermyer. Samuel Untermyer was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, moved to New York City, was educated at the... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith … Vol 25

Christian theologians ….part 1 Lewis Sperry Chafer (February 27, 1871 – August 22, 1952) He founded and served as the first president of Dallas Theological Seminary, and was an influential proponent of Christian Dispensationalism in the early 20th century. Chafer is widely recognized as one of the founders of modern Dispensationalism and was vehemently opposed... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith … Vol 24

Unfounded Catholic Doctrine derived from the Councils Baptism according to Paul in Romans 6:4 is an outward expression of the inward change in a human being to adhere to the gospel message. “Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith … Vol 23

The Roman Councils ... part 1 First Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church (325 A.D.) In the prior volumes we discussed the arrogant announcements of Easter replacing The Passover Feast and the replacement of Sabbath with the Sun-day observance. Let us take a look at the events of the council, their findings and how it... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith …Vol 22

Establishing the RCC …….(and Review point) We have seen the false Gods of the 4 major dynasties of the biblical epicenter, the Meso-Sumerian, the Egyptian, Greek and Roman. Also covering the Apostolic fathers, their ISM’s and their influence upon the construction of the scriptures into the Bible we hold today. It is here that we... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith … Vol 21

Judaism .. part 3 "The mixture of Roman, Greek, and Jewish elements admirably adapted Antioch for the great part it played in the early history of Christianity. The city was the cradle of the church". ~ "Antioch," Encyclopaedia Biblica, Vol. I Going all the way back to our first volume of this series; what was... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith … Vol 20

Judaism part 2 The Mishnah, from the verb shanah שנה‎, or "to study and review", also "secondary", is the first major written redaction of the Jewish oral traditions known as the "Oral Torah". Interestingly enough, the same meaning is suggested by the term Deuterosis ("doubling" or "repetition" in Ancient Greek) used in Roman law and... Continue Reading →

Fracturing the Faith … Vol 19

Judaism …what do you really know about it? ... Part 1 After nearly 40 years of indoctrination in the Western church I finally had to ask myself what it was like in the 1st century for the “Jews”. Why the city was sacked in 70 A.D., not just the political reason but the spiritual reason.... Continue Reading →

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