What Christians don’t understand about unbelievers

There are three main factors that keep the majority of people (including Christians) from understanding what Scripture is actually talking about in most passages. I’m not going to get into all the details here, since I’ve done so in various other places on this site, but as a refresher, these three factors are: 1) Not… Continue reading What Christians don’t understand about unbelievers

“Ye shall not surely die” — do you believe the lie?

The Toronto street preachers I’ve written about somewhat frequently in recent times have given me a number of excellent examples of how so many Christians completely misunderstand what Scripture says about so many topics, and death is yet another topic that most of them miss the mark on. If you listen to a “gospel” sermon… Continue reading “Ye shall not surely die” — do you believe the lie?

Does God double-charge?

I was listening to the Toronto street preachers again yesterday afternoon, and as usual their messages would often get dangerously close to the truth right before they’d once again swerve and miss the mark entirely when it comes to what Scripture actually teaches about heaven, “hell,” sin, and salvation, but there’s one assertion in particular that I… Continue reading Does God double-charge?

Even the King James Version of the Bible teaches Universal Reconciliation

If you’ve been reading this site for very long, you know that I generally prefer to use literal translations of Scripture (such as the Concordant Literal Version or Young’s Literal Translation). However, even less literal versions of the Bible — such as the KJV (the King James Version), for example — don’t actually teach Infernalism… Continue reading Even the King James Version of the Bible teaches Universal Reconciliation

That’s just too easy

“So you’re saying I can be saved without having to do anything myself?” the bystander asked the street preacher. “There isn’t anything we have to contribute to our salvation? We don’t even have to choose to be baptized in water and we can still be saved?” “That’s right,” the street preacher replied. “As He died… Continue reading That’s just too easy

What the Gehenna?

In my last post I discussed the lake of fire, and how it’s impossible that any human could suffer forever there. A lot of Christians are under the impression that a particular “hell” in certain Bible versions is a reference to the lake of fire, however, specifically the “hell” that is mistranslated from the word… Continue reading What the Gehenna?