WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE 8TH DAY OF TABERNACLES?

The eighth day of the Feast of Tabernacles signifies a “new beginning.” Messiah was born on the first day of Tabernacles (not on the pagan christ-mass), and on the eighth day, He was circumcised. Because of Adam’s sin passed down to the world, all people are born in the sinful condition of unbelief, which is … Read more

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THE INTELLECTUAL DISHONESTY EMPLOYED OVER MESSIAH’S NAME

A little exercise in intellectual honesty . . . when one reads a book that was written in one language and translated into another, the character names do not get translated along with the rest of the text (i.e., in “Les Miserables,” the character Jean Valjean isn’t changed to John when translated to English). When … Read more

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WHAT REPENTANCE IS NECESSARY FOR SALVATION?

In a recent conversation, a christian parroted a common false belief that, in order to be saved, one must first repent of his “sinful desires.” The reason for his blindness is not understanding the difference between sins [plural] NOT leading unto death, and the sin [singular] that leads unto death (1 John 5:16). Just like … Read more

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