Greeting truth seeker, welcome to one of your Majesties Prototypical Christian informative articles. I’m continuing my rant about the various types of “sexual Laws” of the bible. I’ve written about Adultery, Marriage, and fornication, the main sinful triad. Now it’s time to talk about homosexuality. It’s not a new topic for society but why not … Continue reading Homosexuality In The Bible.
What is fornication and is it bad? The short answer is, fornication is an act of sexual intercourse between two persons who are not engaged or married to one another. And yes, in the Biblical religion, it is bad. Generally fornication is in the family bundle between adultery and divorce. It is basically free sex … Continue reading What is Fornication?
As I was writing about adultery , I realized that modern marriage and Biblical marriage are completely different. However modern Christians have disregarded the Biblical meaning and adopted the modern marriage laws instead. Before going any further into the other sexual sins, we must know The Highest Gods marriage regulations. There are four steps in … Continue reading What is Biblical Marriage?
Welcome! Today, I wanted to write about every bodies favorite biblical death penalty sin, adultery. It is popular in modern culture around the world to explore, exploit and encourage sexual intercourse with not only one partner but multiple. It doesn’t stop there, we are even encouraged and praised on sexualizing our bodies, and having homosexual … Continue reading Adultery Law, on Steroids.
According to the Biblical text, conveniently translated from four different languages to English. We are fortunate to have a comprehensive guide to understanding The Highest God's view of the world. First there are rules originating from the Old Testament and evolving in the New Testament. Why these rules evolved is what we need to find … Continue reading Death Penalty Crimes of The Bible.
The act of killing in the bible is not a new concept. However it wasn't a terribly bad thing in the old Testament as it is in the New Testament. Of course Christ tells us that we can't kill at all. We're restricted from even thinking about it. In the old testament the priest, judges … Continue reading Biblical Law: Murderer, Slayer, Revenger.
The New Testament book of Matthew is a great preview of Christ life and his interpretation of the Old Law. Or rather it is our foundation of a newer and more gracious version of the Old Law. I say this because throughout the book of Matthew we see red words more often than black words. … Continue reading Qualities of The Blessed
According to the New Testament and the prophecies of the old Testament our savior Christ is the new priestly king and judge. Although there were plenty of priests, kings, and judges of Israel under the original law, they were flawed. These kings fell victim to sin, judges perverted the judgment, and priests started doing witchcraft. … Continue reading Christ: Our Savior and Priestly King.
Greetings, truth seeker. Welcome to today's New Testament historical article. Upon reading the first 3 chapters of the book of Matthew. I couldn't help but notice that there is a king mentioned that supposedly wanted to meet the baby christ. King Herod, also known as the tetrarch, who ruled over Judea during Christ and John's … Continue reading King Herod of The Bible
One concept that we must remember upon reading the old testament law is that there is and has always been a form of forgiveness and redemption. For us living in the New Testament time, it is much simpler to gain forgiveness and maintain redemption for our sins unlike the Old Testament times. Nonetheless the concept … Continue reading Forgiveness and Redemption
Good morning! I am breaking away from my topic about the origins of pagan sunday worship for now. I decided to write about lying instead today. Specifically lying to children. This issue came up a few days ago when my child told some other children that the tooth fairy isn't real. A classical lie parents … Continue reading Lying To The Children.
Greetings! In my last post I elaborated on the first portion of the Biblical law founded in the old testament. Under the subsection of the civil law we have the priest, judges, and officers. There are also royal powers in this section who partake in enforcing the civil laws of The Highest God. Although most … Continue reading The Role of A Biblical King.
The Bible is not just a random book of laws, it’s a collection of scrolls that document a particular group of people's lives, religion and culture. Within the collection of scrolls we call the Bible; it has an in-depth government structure. The biblical government dealt with implementing a heavenly law not like our modern governments … Continue reading The Priest, Judges and Officers In The Bible.
First and foremost, thank you for visiting my site. I am proud to inform you that the Biblical law of the New Testament and The Old Testament are one in the same. Not as the popular Christian doctrine will describe it. It is a pesky rumor that the two central collections of documents are separate … Continue reading Biblical Law Decoded.
Our prophesied savior, Christ, was born to us through the union of Joseph and Mary. In the first book of the New Testament Christ gets baptized and starts teaching in the synagogue on the Sabbath day! He begins giving us instructions on how to live by the Word of God. The one most intriguing lesson … Continue reading Should Christians Keep the Law of Moses?
Greetings Truth seeker! Welcome to my website where I write articles about Biblical concepts most people ignore. This article is a follow up of my previous one about the Virgin Mary Myth. I will be writing on the same topic but instead I will examine a slightly different account of Mary's conception of the Christ … Continue reading Mary And Her Conception From Luke’s Account.
The New Testament is a beautifully written collection of books. We are invited in with the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. All four gospels are four different perspectives of the same account. Christ life as a grown man, his works, and his teachings. However upon reading the first chapter of Matthew we … Continue reading The Virgin Marry Myth Decoded.
Greetings truth seeker. In my last article I talked about how to read the bible. In this article I will elaborate on the levels of Biblical interpretation to help you understand what to look for in scripture and to know where you stand with understanding it. A majority of the different Christian sects come out … Continue reading The 7 Levels of Biblical Interpretation.
Greetings truth seeker. This article focuses on the unfortunate religious pandemic of Sun worship symbols within the popular Christian Church. Yes, an ancient pagan sun worship symbol has infiltrated the Christian Church. This is sad but true. We would like to believe that Christianity as we know it is entirely original but it is not. … Continue reading Expossed: Pagan Cross In Church.
Good day wonderful Biblical truth searchers! Congratulations on wanting to learn more about the Bible and most importantly how to read the Bible. There are many different ways that you can start reading but there is one that is way more effective than the common way of reading. I offer you a strategy that increases … Continue reading How To Read The Bible.
Sun gods are prevalent in pagan cultures, and worshiped on Sunday, the first day of the week. On this day most pagan societies rest from their work in honor of their sun god. The sun god is usually male but sometimes it’s female depending on the culture. The common theme of the sun gods is … Continue reading Exposing Christian Sunday Worship Origins.
In Grade school, we're taught a lot of basic knowledge; counting, shapes, measurements, manners and calendars. As we grow however, our teachers never teach us where this stuff comes from. Or at least, they don’t like telling the truth about the history of our most used basic information. The origins of the names of the … Continue reading True Meanings of The English Weekday Names.