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Ear Tickling, Entertainment, And Irrelevant Exposition by Chuck Baldwin, July 11, 2013

IRRELEVANT EXPOSITION? JUDAIC-JUDEO-CHRISTIAN? ANTI-CATHOLIC BIGOTRY? LACK OF
DISCERNMENT BETWEEN CATHOLIC AND ROMAN CATHOLIC?


You are right Chuck. The problem is in the Pulpit.

Judeo-Christianity has it's roots in a Dispensational Eschatology popularized
by John Nelson Darby who was an Anglo-Irish Evangelist of the Church of The
Plymouth Brethren in the 1800s. Dallas Theological Seminary, authors and
preachers such as Hal Lindsey, Tim LaHaye and John Hagee continue to spread
Darby's beliefs in opposition to the Amillenialism of Catholicisms
Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Lutherans, Methodists and others. Note. I did
not say Roman Catholicism. Many of Dispensationalisms followers can not
discern the difference.

Irrelevant Exposition? Some Dispensational attendees consider themselves
converts to Judaism even to the point of obsession with being Baptised in the
Jordan River having been taught that Jesus The Christ was not fully God until
he was Baptized. Blasphemy.

A great teacher of the Church, yes even a Saint, Athanasius defended the
Doctrine of The Holy Trinity at the Council of Nicea against the Heresy of
Arianism practiced today by some so-called Christian Denominations falsely
attributing the decision to Constatine rather than the Holy Spirit that led
Athanasius, so easily summarized in the ATHANASIAN CREED centuries later. And
yes, that alone is the greatest contribution of The Roman Catholic Church.

The Dispensational, Multitudinous-Hobby-Horse Expositors have made a fine mess
indeed.

"http://moelder.freeservers.com/The_Church_is_The_Israel_of_God.html"

Therefore I now print on the back of my Business Card and in other
correspondence:

I serve JESUS the CHRIST alone.I serve no man or denomination nor for gain.I
believe progressive sanctification involves separation not only from ungodly
living but also from ungodly teaching; though I love all men and seek their
salvation, there are areas in which I cannot have fellowship with
unbelievers;
it may be necessary to separate even from my brethren in Christ, if they in
turn maintain fellowship with unbelievers. Romans 6;6-19; 8:26; II
Corinthians 6:14-18; Ephesians 2:10; Philippians 1;6; Jude 1: I Thessalonians
4:5-7; II Thessalonians 3:6; Hebrews 10:10; I John 4:1; II John 9-12.

ORIGINAL DATE ON OR ABOUT JULY 2013

REVISED 5 JULY 2016 @ 1000 USA MT