Category: 09. Wildy, Curt

Hermeneutics: We Are All Taught By Someone…

The False Arguments: Most everyone who professes to believe in Christ, claims to derive their doctrines from God’s word… even the papists so claim. Most everyone likewise listens to teachers, to one degree or another, including those who warn against those who make use of the teachings of others. Seeing that the Bible specifically declares…

Hermeneutics: Another Example of Error Considered

Romans 7:12 “wherefore the law is holy, and the commandment holy, and just, and good.” The following question was recently asked (emphasis added): “So, how then do some men think and promote the idea that righteousness comes from Christ and holiness comes from the Law? That thinking is false and twisted because there is no single verse…

Spiritual Restoration: Regret… and Hope

One cannot live in the past, and yet, one can regret much of their past. Of my many regrets (and there are many), on a spiritual level, forsaking sound teaching, sound doctrine and exhortation, for the more-pleasing-to-the-flesh Anomian error, is truly one of my biggest. I had books, quite a few really incredible books, from…

Hermeneutics: A Quick Biblical Test

QUESTION: What is the best way to (a) understand Scripture, (b) determine Biblical truth, and (c) settle doctrinal controversies/disputes? Is it to: 1. Rely primarily on the confessions, catechisms, and statements of faith drafted by men (especially, men ‘more faithful and learned‘ than you)? -or- 2. Rely primarily upon what ‘feels right,‘ what ‘personally resonates…

Words Have Meaning: At What Point Can We Stop Lying?

The phrase “Gender is a social construct” is absolute, abject nonsense when considered from an (accurate) lexical and etymological point of view. Perhaps it’s my “high functioning autism” that causes me to hyper-focus on the actual meaning of words (as opposed to the meanings imposed by Orwellian attempts to redefine them). Or, maybe it’s because…