The Mormon Manuscriptsby Ed Decker
5-chapter study of the Mormon Church from its inception to the present day. It offers a very concise picture at the group and gives a solid understanding of its heretical doctrines and rituals. It gives you a sound look at Mormonism.
One Baptism!by Fergus Davar
An attempt to theologically explain "One Baptism", which is Biblical, and represent Christ' Baptism of Spirit and fire, from the Bible. All this, to clear the air of the Spirit Baptism, indoctrinated by the Apostate Charismatics.
God Never Says, "Oops"by Alan Allegra
Mankind has an urge to know what the future holds. We call psychic friends, read horoscopes, follow election polls years in advance, and study racing forms. Some simply say, "Que sera, sera, whatever will be, will be." Aside from the linguistic tautology, this reflects an unrealistic submission to a non-existent blind fate.
There are issues more vital than weather systems and White House selectionsmatters of life and death. There is only one source for 100% accurate visions of the future: The bible.
The Wrong Way to Magnify Godby Abby Kelly
As we are taught by the Holy Spirit within us, let us be careful not pull God into our laboratory, to attempt to magnify pieces of Him, to worship Him on our own terms.
The Myth That Humanity Is Making Moral Progressby Max Aplin
There are many today who believe that human beings are progressing morally. However, those who take this view have failed to properly take account of recent history or what goes on in the world at the present time. Placing hope in the moral progress of humanity is an exercise in futility. All people are sinners under the power of sin, and repentance and faith in Jesus Christ are the only solution for this.
Where Is God?by Jim Schicatano
Free will and God. There are three possibilities for God's role in humanity: God is in complete control of everything, God does intervene but only at select times, and God has no role in our lives.
CAN GOD HATE PEOPLE?by Jeffrey Hagan
Some people claim that a true Calvinist must believe that God hates some people because He sends them to hell. I am a true Calvinist but do not believe that to be true. However, many Calvinists do believe God does hate some people so I thought I would play "devil's advocate" and make a case for their position.
GOD'S LIMITED UNLIMITED LOVEby Jeffrey Hagan
Calvinists are accused of believing that God does not love everybody, but this is simply not true. Sure, some Calvinists do believe God's love is reserved for the elect, but that is not the case for all of us in the Reformed faith.