This remarkable article tells what life was like as an Islamic Terrorist. It is unthinkable to the western mind how such men lived, that they had no conscience about killing, and the remarkable number of times they killed. This will help open your eyes to a different religious culture that is very hard for the western mind to fathom.
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This article astonished me. Most have heard the generalized claim before that various terrorist groups have nuclear weapons. That was the claimed reason we went into Iraq, that there was apprehension Iraq would develop such a weapon and put it into the hands of terrorists. The truth is far worse. From several experts speaking in a symposium, there is good evidence that the terrorists have weapons now and may be prepared to use them soon. The article begins by reciting warnings for Muslims to leave New York City and Washington, D.C. You will likely learn much. I did.
Did Jesus teach there are requirements for salvation? If so, what are they? Where do we find them? What is the gospel of our Lord Jesus? Paul warned that God will punish those who do not…
This important article describes dhimmitude — the life non-Muslims will have if the Muslims win their war of conquest over non-Muslims. It is not a pretty description. IF you are not killed or enslaved because of who you are or your religious beliefs, then you will be subjected to dhimmitude — an institutionalized form of humiliation — which is much like the slave vs. the Muslim master.
The false doctrine of Unconditional Eternal Security has spawned several other false doctrines that are necessary to support its thesis. If one is unconditionally saved, and cannot lose one’s salvation, then there must be an unconditional love of God toward such a person, no matter whether he lives wickedly or even whether he leaves the faith. More and more pulpits preach an unconditional love of God. We ask, “Is that true? What does the Bible say?” As you will see, this is another false doctrine that leads many astray, perhaps to condemnation by God.
In an explosive conclusion, intelligence services in the United States that investigated why people will kill themselves as the Muslim “suicide bombers” do. They concluded that it is because they are good Muslims who follow the teachings of the Koran. This should spark great Muslim outcrys if it ever becomes known. It shows that Islam is NOT a peaceful religion.
Dave Hunt shows that God’s sovereignty is not compromised by allowing man a free will. He confronts and disproves the Calvinist’s notion that if God is sovereign he must necessarily foreordain everything that will happen.
Though that scripture is clear and unambiguous it has been ignored and misinterpreted. That scripture raises important questions answered in this book, such as: “What is the will of God?”, “How can we find and learn the will of God?”
This article was written to investigate a false doctrine — that upon conversion all a person’s sins are forgiven forever, both past sins and those that will be committed in the future. That doctrine is necessary to the false doctrine of unconditional eternal security, often called once-saved, always saved. It should be no surprise that there is no support for this false doctrine in Scripture, but much support for the understanding that Christians are to confess their sins whenever they sin and upon sincere repentance their past sins will be forgiven.
In Romans 9, Paul discusses Essau and Jacob in a passage many have taken to endorse the predestination doctrine advanced by Calvinists. By using Scripture to explain Scripture, it is demonstrated that it is not predestination but God’s foreknowledge which permits him to know in advance whether a given person will be saved or damned.