The Calvinist Shredder – Jeremiah 1:5
Louis Matthys Ackermann
Jeremiah 1:5 – In this edition of my series of short articles which was sparked by a friend, Louis Matthys Ackermann, and who has since unfriended himself on my Facebook page because I am an anti-Calvinist (some of my best friends in the Calvinist fold call me the Antichrist), I would like to focus on an Old Testament passage Jeremiah 1:5 the reformed theologians love to quote to validate their views on election and predestination.
Before we dig a little deeper into the meaning of Jeremiah 1:5, I would first like to remind our self-unfriended Facebook friend, Louis Ackermann , that Jesus was much more of a gentleman that what he could ever be. Why? Because he never unfriended one of his worst enemies. Listen to this, Mr. Ackermann, and learn from it. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
The Calvinist Shredder – Psalm 139:16
The Calvinist Shredder – Whenever some of my “friends” contact me via my private message box on Facebook, doing their utmost to convert me to Calvinism, I see it as a golden opportunity to present them with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and not, I repeat NOT, the gospel of another Jesus. shredder
Louis Matthys Ackermann
During my latest tête-à-tête with Loius Matthys Ackermann, someone I have known for quite some time on Facebook, sent me a list of Bible verses which he believes are ample proof that the doctrines of grace (Calvinism) are the warp and woof of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In point of fact, he accused me of “not knowing the Gospel that was created before the foundation of the world” and that “he was beginning to think that I, as an Arminian, was an ignoramus in regard to sound theology.” » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
PRE-TRIB: SUPPRESSING THE TRUTH IN UNRIGHTEOUSNESS (UPDATED – See Addendum)
In this article, which is a follow-up of “PreTrib Rapture vs PostTrib Rapture” I aim to discuss the many questions I asked the No Pre-Trib crowd, Scott Pruitt among them, which by the way, they refused to answer and eventually summarily banned me from their blogs and YouTube channels.
For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness; (KJV)
For [God does not overlook sin and] the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who in their wickedness suppress and stifle the truth, (AMP) » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
Mary: Ten Test Questions for the World’s Finest Woman Book by Dr. William Welty – khouse.org
William P. Welty, Chuck Missler and Koinonia House – The Adoration of Mary
Koinonia House (Chuck Missler and William Welty) – An article was just released by William P. Welty from Koinonia House entitled “Maybe It’s Time You Met the World’s Finest Woman” from the May 02, 2016 eNews issue.
William P. Welty is “a member of the Board of Directors of Koinonia House and has been asked to serve as Scholar in Residence on the faculty of the Koinonia Institute”. In other words he and Chuck Missler are super duper big buddies. In fact they are so close they even have a satellite network in outer space they built together called SWANSAT that does the United Nation’s bidding. (The United Nations is a Luciferian organisation).
When I received this article in my email from Koinonia House, I thought, “oh, ok, maybe they are just going to tell you the story about Mary as you would do for any biblical character”. And then I started to read the article and I was shocked to say the least. I got to find that, no, they are not just telling you a historical story about Mary, they are in fact giving her adoration and they want you too as well. Let me show you what I mean. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
The Left Behind Movie starring Nicolas Cage (a Freemason) opened in theaters on October 3, 2014. To counter the false teaching of pre-tribulationism.
LEFT BEHIND OR LED ASTRAY: PRE-TRIB RAPTURE vs POST-TRIB RAPTURE
FACTIONS AND DIVISIONS
Pre-Trib Rapture vs Post-Trib Rapture: Factions and divisions have always been commonplace among Christians. How do we know this? Paul himself wrote:
“For first of all, when ye come together in the church, I hear that there be divisions among you; and I partly believe it. For there must be also heresies among you, that they which are approved may be made manifest among you.” (1 Corinthians 11:18-19)
Paul sincerely sought to foster a harmonious unity among the members of the church but knew that the perpetual presence of sin made it virtually impossible to unify the church under every single doctrine given to the church.
One of the doctrines that came under constant attack by false teachers was the imminent return of Jesus Christ at the Pre-Trib Rapture. Hence his serious warning against false teachers in 2 Thessalonians 2. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
Once your mind gets hooked or locked onto a central idea or theme in your view of life and the world, everything you say or do will orbit or circle that idea or theme, in much the same way satellites orbit the earth. Hence the title of this article “Orbital Hermeneutics.”
For instance, let’s assume you are a Calvinist and the earth in the picture on the left represents election/predestination/God’s sovereignty, the most common thing you would do then, is to make all your sermons or Gospel presentations circle your mindset of election, predestination and God’s sovereignty.
No matter what you preach to people, your mind will always predictably gravitate towards election, predestination and God’s sovereignty, albeit a warped idea of election, predestination and God’s sovereignty.
As may have been expected, this is precisely what John MacArthur does in his Amazing sermon on Election from Luke 4. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
The Tail Between the Legs Calvinists
The expression “running away with your tail between your legs” has become quite relevant lately during my discussion with a group of Calvinists who attacked the DRC’s decision to accept same sex relationships and marriages, and also to accept gays as fully ordained ministers. As usual, the discussion on this blog ended in a cul de sac because a group of “tail between the legs” Calvinists did not have the guts to answer my penetrating questions.
It all started like this:
A sister in the Lord sent me the following video that I watched immediately.
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Die Stert Tussen die Bene Calviniste
Die mooi Afrikaanse uitdrukking “om met die stert tussen die bene weg te hardloop” het onlangs baie handig te pas gekom in my gesprek met ‘n klompie Calviniste wat die NG Kerk se besluit om selfde-geslag verhoudings en huwelike in die kerk te aanvaar en “gay” predikante toe te laat om as volledig gelegitimeerde predikante te preek, hewig aangeval het. Die gesprek het op hierdie blog, soos gewoonlik op ‘n cul de sac uitgeloop omdat ‘n klomp “stert-tussen-die-bene-Calviniste” nie die ruggraat het om indringende vrae te beantwoord nie.
Dit het alles so begin. ‘n Suster in die Here het die volgende video aan my gestuur waarna ek sommer onmiddellik gekyk het.
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The Emergent Church is swamped with spiritual parrots. None of them have the originality to say something innovative.
1 John 4:5-6: Amplified Bible (AMP)
5 They [who teach twisted doctrine] are of the world and belong to it; therefore they speak from the [viewpoint of the] world [with its immoral freedom and baseless theories—demanding compliance with their opinions and ridiculing the values of the upright], and the [gullible one of the] world listens closely and pays attention to them. 6 We [who teach God’s word] are from God [energized by the Holy Spirit], and whoever knows God [through personal experience] listens to us [and has a deeper understanding of Him]. Whoever is not of God does not listen to us. By this we know [without any doubt] the spirit of truth [motivated by God] and the spirit of error [motivated by Satan]. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
Keep it Short like the Cat in the Hat by Dr Seuss
Stephan Joubert pulled another rabbit from his hat when he advised the readers of his site to
“Hou dit Kort” (Keep it Short). To illustrate he refers to Dr Seuss’ book “The Cat in the Hat” which consists of only 223 words (some say it is 225 words).
As usual Joubert then tries his level best to apply a mundane marvel, in this case Dr Seuss’ short version literary prowess, to the Bible when he states that “Many words must convince others; even God too. No one less than Jesus taught us that many words do not impress God. In Matthew 6 we hear that God is not fascinated with a mass of words when we pray. He knows exactly what we need. Therefore, we don’t need to overpower Him with impressive words.”
Jesus said nothing of the sort. He did not warn us against lengthy prayers as such in Matthew 6 but against praying in public places to impress people with a vain repetition of words. This is what he said:
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