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 →
Forgiveness and Redemption
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 →
The Role of A Biblical King.
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 →
Biblical Law Decoded.
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 →
The 7 Levels of Biblical Interpretation.
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 →
Pagan and Christianity
This is an introduction to a type of Christianity that is fun and loved by lots of people. Christians love pagan holidays because it is easier to conform than to separate from popular traditions . This is due to Christians knowingly or unknowingly celebrating Pagan holidays as if they were ordained biblical holidays. Well known... Continue Reading →
Easter, a Biblical Holiday?
Easter is commonly known as a Christian holiday celebrated on the first Sunday of spring. It's a day that Christ was resurrected from dying on the cross. It is also a day of communion with the church and other believers. The tradition is to engage children in egg hunts and bunny decorations all arrayed with... Continue Reading →