Acts 15:7-11

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John 3:16 Refutes and Dismantles Calvinism, and Proves Calvinism is Inaccurate

What is wrong with Calvinism and John 3:16?  The context of John 3:16 refutes and dismantles Calvinism, and proves Calvinism is inaccurate. Those who teach and claim that Calvinism is the gospel are twisting the Scriptures, and making Calvinism the gospel is false and heretical. Calvinism teaches that Jesus only died for the elect upon … Continue reading

What is Wrong with Mid Acts Dispensationalism? What do Mid Acts Believe about the Gospel? Why be Concerned?

What is Mid Acts Dispensationalism? What do Mid Acts Dispensationalists believe about the Gospel? Why be concerned? What is wrong with what Mid Acts Dispensationalists believe and teach about the Gospel? Mid Acts are not rightly dividing the Word of God, the Bible, by falsely teaching that Paul and Peter preached different gospels.  Mid Acts Dispensationalism … Continue reading

Which Gospel Are You Trusting?

Which Gospel are you trusting? How does Galatians 1:6-9 apply today in the Christian church? Today there are many gospels being taught, but there is only one true gospel of Jesus Christ! Sadly many people are being deceived by counterfeit gospels, false teachers, and non-Christian cults. Christians are called to preach and defend the gospel … Continue reading

Salvation is by Faith not Works: The Gospel According To Acts 15:7-11

Salvation is by faith not works is a discussion and debate that has been around for hundreds and hundreds of years. In Acts 15:7-11 we see that Peter stood up for the Gentiles in that they were saved by grace through putting their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, just as they did. (Jews) Some believe that salvation is not by faith alone but is accomplished through doing some type of works, whether being water baptized or keeping the 10 commandments or some other law keeping perspective. What does Acts 15:7-11 teach about being saved by faith? What does Peter demonstrate from Acts 15:7-11 that is relevant for today? Continue reading

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