How we can know with certainty that there is more than one Gospel

I’ve written about the differences between the various Gospels mentioned in Scripture many times on this website, and given various arguments as to why there is more than one recorded in Scripture, but there’s one proof which settles the debate beyond any shadow of a doubt, and that is the different meanings and end results… Continue reading How we can know with certainty that there is more than one Gospel

What is a Gospel?

What is a Gospel, and how does the meaning of the word prove that there’s more than one Gospel referred to in Scripture? As you may know, I was on AK Richardson’s YouTube show last month, and the introduction to the topic I gave near the beginning of the program explains this very well, so… Continue reading What is a Gospel?

No, the earth isn’t flat

I can’t believe I have to make this post, but some of the members of the body of Christ have made the same mistake that many evangelical Christians have made in recent years as well, and have concluded that the earth is flat, as well as that everything we know about outer space is a… Continue reading No, the earth isn’t flat

No, Ephesians doesn’t teach that the body of Christ is the Israel of God

I’ve previously written about some of my other corrections of AK Richardson’s takes on certain topics related to the discussion about Hyperdispensationalism that we had recently on his YouTube channel, but there’s another passage he’s brought up a few times now (Ephesians 2:11-22) that I should quickly touch on, because he believes this passage proves… Continue reading No, Ephesians doesn’t teach that the body of Christ is the Israel of God

Zealous for the law

As you may know, I was on AK Richardson’s YouTube show about a week and a half ago (which I discussed a little about here). As he normally does after he has a guest on his show, he did an episode the next week where he reviewed the discussion. There were a number of points… Continue reading Zealous for the law

Yes, Peter taught about Christ’s death

A few days ago I participated in a live-streamed discussion with AK Richardson on his YouTube channel, where we discussed a little about the “Concordant” perspective on Hyper-dispensationalism (which is a fancy way of saying we believe there are at least two separate Gospels which two different groups of people were saved by in Scripture,… Continue reading Yes, Peter taught about Christ’s death

They’re the same picture

After finishing my post on the many differences between the Israel of God (and their Gospel of the Circumcision) and the body of Christ (and our Gospel of the Uncircumcision) — which you can find here — and being told by someone who read it that they still can’t see the clear pattern of differences… Continue reading They’re the same picture

Kingdom come?

Is the Kingdom of God a present reality or a future promise? One of the biggest mistakes one can make when it comes to the question of whether the kingdom already exists or whether it’s still yet to fully begin on earth is to assume the answer is anything other than: Yes. Recently, due to… Continue reading Kingdom come?

Things that differ

In order to argue that there’s only one Gospel in Scripture (and that the result of salvation is the same for everyone), it helps to first believe that the Israel of God and the church known as the body of Christ are actually one and the same entity, and that references to Israel in Scripture… Continue reading Things that differ