The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares Part 3

FUNDAMENTALS OF DISCERNING DECEPTION THE FIRST DECEPTION Genesis 3 contains the foundational truths of discerning deception. The Garden of Eden was a perfect religious setting; and into this perfect religious setting came deception. The relationship between God and the man and woman was so close that He “walked in the garden in the cool of … Continue reading The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares Part 3

The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares Part 2

REAL OR COUNTERFEIT? HOW CAN WE TELL?  As we have seen,  one of Jesus’ major points in the parable of  the wheat and the tares is to alert us to counterfeits: those teachings and people that look so good and true on the surface, but are full of falsehood underneath. False teachings would be easy … Continue reading The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares Part 2

The Parable of the Wheat and Tares

THE PARABLE OF THE WHEAT AND THE TARES To the multitudes, Jesus’ parables were simple stories that they found entertaining. On the other hand, to the disciples they were messages in symbols that conveyed the mysteries of the eternal Kingdom of God (Matthew 13:11). The disciples had to take the time to seriously inquire of … Continue reading The Parable of the Wheat and Tares

CATHOLICISM VS. BIBLE CHRISTIANITY PT. 2

ADDING OR SUBTRACTING TO THE BIBLE RCC adds tradition to its doctrine and justification by human authority under the title of papal infallibility. As one example of tampering with the Word of God, the RCC eliminates the second commandment and adds to the tenth commandment. *Mt 15:6 states: "So fo the sake of your tradition … Continue reading CATHOLICISM VS. BIBLE CHRISTIANITY PT. 2