Main verses in the Bible telling us Who God is #3 The Set apart or holy One faithful and righteous God

The Bible gives us a picture of the Only One True God His specific qualities and how He shows His faithfulness and His willingness to judge them righteous.

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Trinitarians making their proof for existence of God look ridiculous #8

Trinitarian Christians claim to be monotheists thought their subgod Jesus has lesser qualities in common than many polytheists their main god and subgods. God may perhaps not to be found in perceivable attributes but when looking around and reading the Bible like the words are written in that book then it should not be so difficult and not so confusing to come and see Who God really is.

Trinitarians making their proof for existence of God look ridiculous #5

Every one of us should know that it is impossible to please God without a sound personal faith. God knows the heart and as such sees clearly what you think and what you believe. You may fake those around you but you can not fool God. The world may see in you a weak one … Continue reading Trinitarians making their proof for existence of God look ridiculous #5

Possible arguments and proofs about the existence of God #1

Though many things may be very difficult to proof that does not mean that they would not exist. Also feelings and experiences are difficult to proof, though the results of a God-Being in our life is something what many feel. One thing is for sure: "If God does not exist, then everything is permitted". In the transcendent reality we can not see nor fully understand God but somehow looking around us and listening to our inner feeling each person should be able to come to recognise the Supreme Power and to understand that reality is shaped by a Power beyond us.

A Book to trust #30 KJV-onlyism Conclusion

“KJV Onlyism” holds to the stance that the King James Version of the Bible is superior to all other English translations of the Bible and, therefore, the only version that should be used by individual Christians or Christian congregations. KVJ Onlyism also teaches that all other English translations are corrupt, hence the KJV is the only English Bible that can be trusted. Some KJV Onlyists even go so far at to teach that the King James Bible is without error and was divinely inspired. Some even teach that if there’s a conflict between what the original language manuscripts say and the KJV says you should choose the latter. Always we should consider the bible as the infallible and authoritative expression of God His Will for man and that He used His Power to protect His word so that it could and still can reach all people all over the world whatever Bible version in whatever language those pepole may use or read. In the previous articles we showed that the KJV Onlyism is fraught with a multiplicity of problems. We also should remember that God’s pure and unadulterated written revelation to mankind really can only found in the original handwritten manuscripts that were produced by either the biblical author or their scribes, known as the “autograph” manuscripts (or “autographa”) and not many of them have survived, but several have been fund after 1611. What is mostly left are imperfect copies (or, more likely, fragments of copies) that, thankfully, we have in such an abundance, that we have been able to reconstruct the autographa with a high degree of certainty. as such we should recognise those findings, even when many of them are from after the 17th century, should consider those reconstructed manuscripts as the closest thing we have to “God’s divinely inspired Word”. Therefore, a translation is only as authoritative as it accurately reflects those original language reconstructions and they are only as authoritative as they reflect the autographa.

A Book to trust #29 God His Book, God-breathed profitable for doctrine, for reproof and for correction

In this godless world we all should remember that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word going forth through the mouth of God Which He has provided for the whole world in many Bible translations. Nobody may forget that in whatever language the Bible is inspired by God and as such protected by God's Power so that it can be useful for every person on earth for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, in such a way that the person dedicated to God may be capable and equipped for every good work.

A Book to trust #28 A Collection of words showing and teaching us about the beginnings to the end

We have 66 books that have been collected which bring us words from many ordinary people, but also from special people chosen by God, prophets and Words of God Himself, who bring us the beginning and the end of the world. In the infallible Word of God, the Bible we also find the announcing formerly of several but also about the last things still to come, before their taking place, and are completed. Being able to see how in the past those prophesies came true we should come to see how all the counsel of God will stand, and all as much as He has planned He did and will do also for the future. The bible is the Book which offers the best doctrine and is the best source for getting the best instruction and for getting understanding and wisdom.

A Book to trust #26 Roadmap for life out of darkness

The Bible can be seen as a road map, a form of map that details roads to go to the entrance gates of the Kingdom of God and to to resolve the God-Man conflict and the conflicts between the human beings. That book of books brings us the Voice of God and the voice of the chosen men who like their Creator brings a call to come out the darkness. all those stories should give us an eagerness to learn and to teach others like in did in the ancient days.

A Book to trust #23 Comparing Ancient Biblical Manuscripts

The 5 books known as the Megilot (the Scrolls) were booked together in the Leningrad Codex of 1008 in a historical order. Nevertheless, their appearance usually follows the order of the liturgical calendar. Subsequent editions of Biblica Hebraica edited by Paul Kahle and Rudolf Kittel.