The Church Door on the Net
“In which it was impossible for God to lie.”Heb.6: 18.

“With whom is no variableness neither shadow of turning. Ja.1:17.

“For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested.” Mk.4: 22.
the Church Door
It has been my cherished wish to cleanse the Lord’s temple of barbarous ignorance and adorn it with treasure from afar such as may kindle in generous hearts a warm love of the scriptures.

Desiderius Erasmus [1466-1536]

“He that hath my word, let him speak my word faithfully.”Jer.23.28.
Acts 17: 11.

Martin Luther nailed ninety-five “Treatise on Indulgences” to the church door in 1517. The time has arrived when once again questions must be nailed to the church door on the Internet and the answers printed so that everyone can read and understand the words written in the Bible. The truth contained in the scriptures is not the prerogative of the clergy. William Tyndale, when translating the scriptures is said to have made a vow before a priest. “If God spare my life ere many days hence, I will cause a boy that driveth a plough to know more of the scripture than thou dost.” Many problems and supposed anomalies are created by reading the scriptures through a preconceived theological framework of understanding. “Train up a child in the way he should go and he will not depart from it.” Prov.22: 6.
A wonderful accurate account of creation is found in the Bible, but it is not quite the same story many of us have been told in Sunday School. All the details are clearly written for you to read in your own Bible. Place the pages of ‘The Church Door’ beside your own Bible and see for yourself exactly what is written.


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