Tag Archives: body of Christ

Behavior Is Better Than Belief

The last time I posted on this subject, someone complained that behavior is not better than belief. Godly behavior is the produce of belief and cannot be obtained without belief, so how can behavior be better? Okay, that’s true. “Apart … Continue reading

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Leukemia in the Body of Christ

I apparently stopped being notified by email of comments on this blog. I had a couple that sat for a few days before being approved. Sorry. This is an email I wrote to someone. This is now in the “thinking … Continue reading

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The Attack of the Cloned Mutant Giants

Note: This post ignores all the questions about what the body of Christ is. This applies whether you’re including everyone who claims to be Christian and all churches that claim to be churches or not. Further note: While most of … Continue reading

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Do Doctrine and History Matter?

That’s what family does, and no family should do it better than the family of God. Continue reading

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Revival Preaching

A fellow named Daniel Hamilton left me a link on one of his comments. It has videos of the preaching of one B.H. Clendennen. Excellent preaching. Completely based in the traditions of men. Listen, my friends, Jesus did not raise … Continue reading

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If We Are the Body …

That song continues: … why aren’t his arm reaching? Why aren’t his hands healing? I don’t know if that’s supposed to be a rhetorical question, but in case it’s not I’d like to try to answer it. Because we’re not … Continue reading

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