Category: Word usage studies

The Problem Of “Relying On God” Too Much

Introduction Okay, let’s face it, there is absolutely no problem with relying upon God and there is absolutely no such thing as relying upon Him “too much.” The more we cast ourselves upon Him, as He enables, the better off we will be… period. Consider, 1 Peter 5:6-7 “Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand…

Progressive Sanctification, Rule of Life, Moral Law, and Antinomianism… Revisited

What If We Used Words Objectively? Imagine if Christians, rather than fighting against terms needlessly, took those terms back, defining them clearly and objectively, and educating others on the right use of them. Progressive Sanctification (Literally, proceeding onward in, forward in, or increasing in, being set apart for a sacred purpose)1913 Webster Dictionary: Progressive: Moving…

Was Cornelius Born Again Apart From Believing The Gospel Truth?

Introduction The Christian must labour to rightly divide the word, so as not to misrepresent God and His truth. If we put forth anything as doctrine, we must strive to ensure, as God enables, that our words are truly in accordance with Holy Scripture, with the whole counsel of God found therein. Yet, we all…

Biblical Flat Earth Proofs [Revelations & Job]

Biblical Flat Earth Proofs [Revelations & Job] Introduction: The following information was shared by a man named Dan West. I proceeded to verify it via Scripture to see if these things were so; for me, it is quite clear, yet, I encourage you to judge for yourself. The points are simple, (1) In Job, God…

The Bible Only Speaks Of A Flat Earth I

The Bible Only Speaks of a Flat (Non-Spherical) Earth In the Bible, the inhabited portion of the earth is a circle, not a globe, though this argument that circle equates to globe continues to arise. As a refutation of it, consider:   TEBEL: Some point to Job 18:18 “He shall be driven from light into…

“The Lawful Use of the Law” In Light Of Parallel Passages

The passages are modified slightly, always within brackets, for ease of identifying the parallelisms that exists amongst them. Please note the synonymous use of terms like “Word, Law, Commandments, Judgments, Prophesyings, Holy Scriptures, All Scripture, etc.” and also note how the words “reprove/rebuke/warn/correct/exhort” (in their various grammatical forms) are associated with that which is needful…

God’s Words Matter: Consider “not under bondage…”

INTRODUCTION I do not wish to debate the matter of divorce and remarriage. What I would like to do is highlight the danger of misunderstanding God’s word, His words, and how He forms His (God-breathed) words. The Christian, by God’s grace, should spiritually strive “to know wisdom and instruction; to perceive the words of understanding”…