Have you ever asked yourself ‘How did I end up here? What choices did I make that brought me to this moment?’ You might have asked this about your marriage, your job, some circumstance in your life that when you got there – it left you bewildered and confused. It […]
Protestant/Evangelical Christianity was in some ways a response to the legalism of the Roman Catholic church nearly 500 years ago when in 1517 Martin Luther nailed his 95 Thesis to the doors of a church in Germany. More importantly, it came against this notion that particular sacraments (a form of […]
While this topic is entirely too big to wrap into a single blog post, it is something we have had several requests to write about and this will be a summary of what the doctrine of Modalism is. Modalism is also known as Modalistic Monarchianism or Sabellianism and that is […]
There are modern churches that decree women can only wear dresses/skirts. Pants are men’s only clothing they claim this is directly related to Deuteronomy 22:5 “The woman shall not wear that which pertains unto a man”. But is it?
Some say tithing, some say giving. For churches that teach Tithing as a Biblical mandate, do they really mean the Spirit of Giving, or are they teaching the Old Testament taxation called Tithing?
The role of a pastor is to guide and protect the people of God, but also to create disciples. Some pastors catch men, train them, and then release them. But does your pastor hoard the flock, gaining wealth and power from them?
God is Holy. We are to strive to be like Him. We worship in the beauty of Holiness. Yet – what is it? Some say its a dress standard. Some say it is a spirit or heart condition. Could it be both? Does how you dress or behave make you Holy, or is it having the Holy One dwelling in you?
Oneness Pentecostalism (Apostolic, or United Pentecostal Church International) is known for legalism, rules and regulations. Strict dress codes, women can’t cut their hair, wear paints, make up, dye their hair. But all of that aside, there are some other striking similarities to Midieval Catholicism that might shock you.
Spiritual Abuse is one of those labels that can be overused, much like the word cult. In the times following Jesus’ crucifixion and the birth of the Christian Church, Judaism and the Roman occupiers of Jerusalem labeled the Christian movement a cult. However, it is also something that needs to […]