Welcome to today’s Berean Perspective Podcast. In this episode we examine a few conservations that I have had recently that I believe fits what I call “Twisted Scriptures”. One discussion was about John the apostle being accused of being an anti-Christ and false teacher; another discussion was a person claiming that the emphasis of Isaiah 53 was not on Jesus being the Messiah but the emphasis was about Mary being the woman; and another discussion I had was with a person stating not to be so narrow minded about Bible Colleges and Christianity, but to be more open to what other faiths teach.
On a positive note I was contacted by a person recently who informed me that he came out of his hardcore views with Calvinism and the TULIP being the gospel, and that our ministry was influential in that process.
- Calvinism’s TULIP is not the gospel
- Was John the apostle an anti-Christ for teaching a person receives eternal life by believing in Jesus (John 3:14-18) when Jesus taught the man in Matthew 19 to keep the commandments to get eternal life?
- Is the emphasis of Isaiah 53 about Mary being the woman or is it about Jesus the Suffering Servant Messiah? A perplex view of Catholicism Judaism combined!
- How important is sound doctrine when considering a Bible College education? Is it wise for a Christian to go to a College that welcomes many different types of beliefs as truth or should a Christian get connected with a College that is sound in faith and doctrine?
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