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    I'm a christian and my faith is based strictly off the Bible.

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  1. Use of interpretation and opinions is what confuses many about Christianity today. Has Christianity not been controlled and "taught" by thousands of false preachers for hundreds and hundreds of years to what it has become today therefore much of what most have learned/experienced is that false presentation of the Bible. I don't blame any of you for how you may feel or what you've learned and experienced with what Christianity and the Bible (taught by false preachers) is and what it's become. It's not surprising that I'd be thrown into the same category because you may have "heard it all before" but have those past preachers and religions base everything strictly off the Bible without their own interpretations and opinions? We're you able to ask and receive answers from these preachers and priests regarding the Bible?
  2. The difference is that @Christforums states his own interpretation and or opinions of the Bible. I'm not trying to convince anyone that I'm right, you don't have to listen to me. I'm simply presenting what is strictly from the Bible without use of interpretation and opinion.
  3. But there is a need for Jesus Christ. As I've stated in a previous post: 'Christ is different or distinct from all men. Christ is the only man that did not sin (I Pet. 2:21-22; Heb. 4:15) He is who He is because God appointed Jesus as the only Savior (Acts 13:23) Jesus Christ is the sole mediator between God and man (I Tim. 2:5) and the only way to God (John 14:6).' This is not Pelagian because we do not simply reject original sin. Man has definitely sinned and we became God's enemy. However, Jesus Christ died for all of our sins. Works of righteousness alone won't get us anywhere. Christ is our Savior, the Mediator and the only way back to God and to get salvation is by being inside the one true church, The Church of Christ.
  4. Yes, I believe Jesus is the Son of God and that Jesus Christ is not God. He is not a demigod. There are plenty of instances where Jesus Christ introduced Himself as the Son OF God and never called Himself a "Demigod" or "God THE Son" He has attributes of a human being. He was hungry (Matt. 4:2) thirsty, (John 19:28) even tired (John 4:6) and died (Matt 27:50; I Cor. 15:3) but Christ is different or distinct from all men. Christ is the only man that did not sin (I Pet. 2:21-22; Heb. 4:15) He is who He is because God appointed Jesus as the only Savior (Acts 13:23) Jesus Christ is the sole mediator between God and man (I Tim. 2:5) and the only way to God (John 14:6). I hope this was clear and answers your question as well. And as I offered previously to Lefty for I'm unqualified, you can speak with a Minister in my Church to talk about the Scriptures written in the Bible and ask whatever you want and if you want to know more about who Jesus is and what He is. Message me if you're interested, I hope you take up the offer as well. Thank you.
  5. I didn't state being happy with people celebrating this religious occasion but people to simply to understand and learn what you're truly doing by celebrating or supporting this specific holiday that many participate in. I agree that people in this world can and will celebrate whatever occasion they'd like but why not educate ourselves in the things we do especially when it comes to religion or spirituality.
  6. Thank you, I apologize for this brief moment being off topic. I appreciate the sharing of your thread. I understand your search, learning or dealing with the false preachers you've experienced along the way as well. However, if you're interested and still willing to learn and to further study as you have been (for I am unqualified) you are more than welcome to discuss and ask as many questions as you'd like regarding the Scriptures written in the Bible with a Minister in my Church. You can even discuss the first problem you had with the verse Ezekiel 28:15. This can be done through video or however you prefer contact. I truly hope you take up the offer. Thank you.
  7. I'm simply a member of the Church of Christ. We are Christian and don't believe in the Trinity. The Lord Jesus Christ is the Son of God (Matt. 3:17) and that Christ is a man and not God or a God-Man as Christ stated himself (John 8:40) as well as the Apostles (1 Tim. 2:5; Matt. 1:18). We're not a denomination, cult or sect and do not follow this Nicene Creed you mentioned. This is a religion that worships the Almighty God strictly based on His teachings recorded in the Bible with no opinions involved. No problem, didn't take it as being taken apart and I hope this answers your question.
  8. I don't belong to any cult. I'm not JW and I'm not Arian in theology.
  9. I'll do what I can if it means saving a soul and through whatever forum it may be. I do not wish to draw my sword on anyone, I simply want to share my faith and the peace that it's given me throughout my life. Also, it's not I that will persuade your mind, only the Biblical truth can. Thank you for your reply, Lefty.
  10. Oh Lefty, The Father is the only true God. Jesus is the son, therefore not God. Easter is a non Christian feast that we should not celebrate. Be persuaded n your own mind to believe these and much more as written in the Bible. incmedia.org/thatsinthebible
  11. I was at Target yesterday and saw the Easter section and I was curious about the occasion and how many people actually celebrate it. I googled it and found this website and it stated that 80% of American adults will be celebrating this year. That's huge! It's a religious occasion but it's not even in the Bible. Check it out: https://incmedia.org/celebrating-easter/
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