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TIME FOR CHRISTIANS TO SHRED THEIR BIBLES

December 16, 2010

Here is an article by an inspired author, which paints the same picture of this Christian world that I have been trying to get across. The IRS owns the church, and it, the church, bows down to the golden calf, which is it’s primary god.
God is not in the church which is owned by the IRS. To be politically correct is to blasphemy God. Frank J. Surface 12/16/10

I challenge Christians to objectively look at the great stories of
Bible heroes (in both testaments) and observe how many times they are
noted for either being martyred for defying a civil authority, or,
perhaps, for being delivered from death for defying a civil authority.
The stories of defiance to civil government (in one form or another)
comprise a great percentage of all the stories contained in the
Bible–perhaps even a majority of them.

So, how has it happened that a majority of today’s Christians, it
seems, have become such sheepish slaves of government? How has it
happened that, for the most part, the concept of courage in the face
of government oppression has been totally lost to the average
Christian, pastor, and church? For all intents and purposes, it is
time for many Christians to shred their Bibles, because the lessons
and principles of God’s Word have absolutely no influence over their
attitudes and conduct.

To read his complete article on this subject, click on this link:

TIME FOR ALL CHRISTIANS TO SHRED THEIR BIBLES

Time For Christians To Shred Their Bibles
By Chuck Baldwin
December 16, 2010

Archived column:
http://chuckbaldwinlive.com/home/?p=2579

My personal belief and standard:

THE TRUE STAFF OF LIFE:
ROMANS 10:9-10
YOU CONFESS WITH YOUR MOUTH, “JESUS IS LORD,” AND BELIEVE IN YOUR HEART THAT GOD RAISED HIM FROM THE DEAD, YOU WILL BE SAVED.

FOR IT IS WITH YOUR HEART THAT YOU BELIEVE AND ARE JUSTIFIED, AND IT IS WITH YOUR MOUTH THAT YOU CONFESS AND ARE SAVED.

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