Warning: Don’t watch this interview if you don’t want to hear the true Gospel


One Response to Warning: Don’t watch this interview if you don’t want to hear the true Gospel

  1. In my opinion:
    It is highly likely that God and the bible don’t compliment each other.
    Even if God exists, chances are the bible doesn’t relate to God at all.
    All of its words were written by man.

    The history of the universe being discovered by science is much more sensical, believable and wondrous than the one conveyed in the bible.
    What is written on the sky is much closer to God than a book on earth, you just need to practice amateur astronomy to start realizing it.
    Even a rock would be closer to God as Jesus put it once.

    And I really am interested to “hear the true gospel” as it is a fascinating social phenomenon and part of our heritage regardless of anything.

    “Christ is the head of the church (Ephesians 1:22,23). His church does not have any earthly headquarters. Instead, Jesus’ church is organized into independent, self-ruling congregations. Each congregation has a group of men to lead the congregation under Christ. The names or titles given to this group of men is: elders, pastors, and shepherds (Acts 14:23; 20:17,18,28; 1 Timothy 3:1-7; Titus 1:5-9). These congregations also have deacons to serve the congregation (1 Timothy 3:8-13 Philippians 1:1). The Bible says nothing about one man ruling over one or more congregations, conference, or a pope. If a church has a headquarters here on earth, conferences and councils, it cannot be the church Jesus built.”

    Just my 50 cents

    Best regards



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