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- Is Thinking Oneself To Be “Good” Equating Oneself With God?
- Translating Hebrews 11:1–Substance, Basis, Assurance, or Confidence?
- Can A Human Be “Good”? Understanding Jesus’ Words in Mark 10:18
- List of Common Bible Student Biases
- People Who Do Not Delight in God Do Not Study
- Origin of the Spirit of Man
- On the Perils of Ascertaining “Biblical Principle”
- “Thus Death Spread To All Men”
- Understanding “Rewards”
- Body, Mind, Soul, and Spirit
- The Ellis Problem
- In Search of a Logical Explanation for the Doctrine of “Original Sin”
- An Extraordinary Claim of Special Christian Knowledge
- Were the Sun, Moon, and Stars More than Just Heavenly Bodies?
- Understanding the Spiritual Status of Living Christians
- Refuting Calvin: A Judgment Based on Works
- You Are Not An Apostle
- Should the Book of Enoch Be Included in the Bible?
- One Bible Question That Most Christians Avoid
- Prayers for Character May Help Whether God Intervenes or Not
- Does the Bible Have a Complete List of Sins?
- A Critical Analysis of “Why Should I Let You Into My Heaven?”
- What is the “Gospel Message”?
- Did Jesus Judge People?
- Understanding Peter’s Vision
- If Satan was created holy, how did sin enter his heart?
- The Complete Set of Facts Pertinent to God, Angels, Mankind, and the History of the Earth
- Angels Overseeing Congregations
- Unnamed Signs and Wonders of the Apostles
- Peter’s Abridged Pentecost Sermon
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Category Archives: The Bible is Incomplete
Here’s the passage that so many take as a concrete rule that cannot be broken, from the words of Jesus himself: Mark 10:18 And Jesus said to him, “Why do you call me good? No one is good except God alone. … Continue reading
A great many things can be learned by reading the Bible. A great many more can be learned by studying the Bible exhaustively and repeatedly. And further still, such study leads us to come to grips with the incomplete nature … Continue reading
This topic is worthy of an entire book, so please be patient as this page grows in time. The Book of Enoch (BOE) is considered by some scholars to be pseudipigraphical, which means that it is falsely attributed to a … Continue reading
As I have discussed elsewhere, people have many different ideas about what the Bible is. Some will say that it contains “everything we need for life and godliness“—including the various lists and passages identifying just which acts are sins. But … Continue reading
A Facebook friend asked me this question: Q: What is the “Gospel”, or the “Good News” of the Bible? Here is my reply: A: I hope you will see that this is not a dodge, but I know of no … Continue reading
In Acts 10 and 11 we see a very interesting story unfold regarding the welcoming of the first Gentiles into the ekklesia. We are at a bit of a loss, however, to understand just exactly what was being communicated to … Continue reading
Search all you like, but you simply won’t find Jesus’ birthdate recorded in the Bible. Similarly, you can scour the entire Bible and you’ll never find the details about what Jesus wrote on the ground with his finger. And what … Continue reading
Perhaps it will surprise you to learn that the congregations of Jesus’ ekklesia seem to have had their own overseeing angels. The only direct evidence we have of this fact are the beginnings of each of the seven letters in … Continue reading
Continuing in our observations that the Bible is not complete, I offer up this passage from the 2nd chapter of Acts—as passage generally taken to give an account of the very beginning of “the church”, or Jesus’ “ekklesia”. Acts 2:42 And … Continue reading