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Bigfoot Thoughts

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Back when I first started this blog, I mentioned the desire to discuss a wide variety of topics. Such as the Paranormal field, UFOs, and, my personal favorite, Sasquatch.

And to deal with these subjects from a specifically Christian perspective.

Now, many people who come to this sight might have no interest in these topics. Or may think that I should not have any interest in these topics. As if Christians should not think about or discuss such trivial things.

Or that, by discussing this stuff, the Christian message loses credibility. As if to say, that believing in Bigfoot is just foolishness; like believing in Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny.

To which I must reply, What do you mean there’s no Santa Claus?! And are you telling me there is no Easter Bunny?!
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Just a note to anyone who has made a comment over the last month or so. Have been having issues with nothing showing up on my end. Not sure how to fix that. But will keep trying. Just want everyone to know that your comments weren’t ignored! They just weren’t reaching me. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Doug

America in the Last Days

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God commanded nations and peoples to spread out across the whole earth.

This plan was established in the beginning. According to the Genesis record of God and His dealings with men. So that men would spread out and live happily within “the bounds of their habitation.” (Acts 17:26)

No nation or people has ever existed outside of the influence of God.

Meaning, that every nation knows what is right and what is wrong. This has always been the case. Even with those tribes that have existed in the most remote corners of the world.

But this is not a popular belief.

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Perfect Preservation: Part 4 – Conclusion

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Devoted But Misguided

There are groups of dedicated believers who teach that a translation, specifically the King James Version, is Inspired. Yet, the Bible does not teach that Inspiration applies to a Translation. Of all the good that should be said of the King James Bible, and so much can, it was not Inspired.

However, I believe no other Translation is as accurate as the King James. I also love it and am grateful for the amazing process that God used to give it to the English-speaking peoples. And there is no other Translation that I would recommend for a person to read.

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Perfect Preservation: Part 3 – Thoughts or Words?

 

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If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?” (Psalm 11:3)

The church must be warned about the teaching of Thought Preservation.

This is an error that has been consistently pushed within both Evangelical and Fundamental universities which rejects the doctrine of the word-for-word preservation of scripture.

This thinking promotes the belief that perfect, word-for-word inspiration took place in the originals (the autographs); while also claiming that those same, exact words were lost in the copies.

It also promotes the idea that only God’s thoughts were preserved in the copies! Some say that the “essence of truth” has been preserved — but not the words.

Which means, that the Lord was only concerned with Preserving His actual written words, and punctuation in the originals.

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The Valley of Shadows

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Nothing can bring us to our knees like a season of pain.

This is the place where romanticism ends and realism begins.

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Perfect Preservation: Part 2 – The Promise

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The critical aspect of this Preservation process is that it was promised by God. All through the Old and New Testaments God promised to keep and preserve His words. Not just some of them but every word.

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Perfect Preservation: Part 1 – Foundation

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It is necessary to speak again about a very critical issue.

We absolutely must understand how God gave us His words.

If we don’t clearly understand this, we will not be able to identify what is God’s word and what is not. Which leaves us at the whim of every popular “scholar” telling us that the words we have believed are not correct; or that they do not mean (in the original language) what we think they mean.

Nor will we be able defend the gospel as men continually challenge the accuracy and authority of God’s words — destroying the foundation of our faith.

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The Principle of Progressive Light

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There is much talk these days among Christian leaders regarding the “wideness of God’s mercy”.

This thinking flows from a trend in teaching and preaching that muddies the waters of the gospel by changing God’s requirements for salvation.

According to this thinking, one is able to worship and believe just about anything and still have a pretty good chance to make it to the “pearly gates”. As if God doesn’t really care what you believe doctrinally or what you think spiritually; but only what the condition of your heart is.

Which is a very slippery slope — a silicon-coated slide covered with grease.

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