MetaChristianity V Unlocking Sinner Bible Mysteries
MetaChristianity Book Series
“Thank you for the effort you put into it and I pray that you continue in your quest for truth.” Norman (Old Comments 2003)
Unlocking Sinner Bible Mysteries
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It is virtually a universally held doctrine within the worldwide Church that everyone is a sinner. However, is this what the Bible actually teaches? In the second book of the MetaChristianity series we discovered that the worldwide Church could not even accurately define salvation. Would it be such a surprise then to discover that the Church has misdiagnosed what a sinner is as well? What about obedience and disobedience? How do these determine whether a person a sinner? Are sins the illness, or is being a sinner the illness?
Unlocking Sinner Bible Mysteries is one more step in developing an accurate understanding of the Bible. The following are just some of the questions answered:
+ Ro.11.32 says that “God has bound all men over to disobedience”. What disobedience?
+ What is the “obedience of faith” referred to in Ro.5?
+ What was the “example of disobedience” of the Jews when wandering in the desert?
+ How does one “work out your salvation with fear and trembling”?
+ Are people sinners because they sin, or do people sin because they are sinners?
+ Are people born innocent, then sin and become sinners?
+ If the disobedience of the one man made us sinners, while the obedience of the one man makes us righteous, how can we still be sinners?
+ Ro.5.13b says that “sin is not taken into account when there is no law”. If sinning is the cause of one to become a sinner, and death is the result of being a sinner, why did those die “from the time of Adam to the time of Moses” when there was no law for sins to be “taken into account”?
+ Ep.2.3b states that “we were by nature objects of wrath”. So how could we be born innocent?
+ If as Co.2.13a says that you are “dead in your sins and in the uncircumcision of your sinful nature”, then how could we have been born circumcised?
+ What then is the blasphemy against the Holy Spirit?
+ And what is the unforgivable sin?
+ Ps.37.38a says that “all sinners will be destroyed”. Is there hope for anyone?
+ Ga.3.22 states that “the whole world is a prisoner of sin”. Again, is there no hope?
+ If being a sinner is like an illness, doesn’t that make sins the symptoms and not the cause?
These and other questions about fallen mankind add another element to the view of God and creation that the Bible has woven into its pages. The MetaChristianity book series is a step by step description of that panoramic view.
“You have touched on a few subjects that through my research I have found out already. So I know that you have been a faithful Berean. It takes many hours of research and prayer. I pray that you never give up or stop working to bring forth the truth of God’s Word. I commend you for the effort and the Web-Site. God’s Speed Brother.” George (Old Comments 2003)
Note: Because of doctrinal overlap it is advisable to read the book series in the numbered order.
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