Archive for 'Paganism'
A wide majority of Christians reject the Old Testament and have established their belief systems solely around the Holy Bible’s New Testament. There is no doubt that the Old Testament is the same as the New Testament. For example, the Book of Deuteronomy connects to the Book of Revelation. Just compare Deuteronomy 4:1-2 to Revelation [...]
Posted: February 24th, 2012 under belief systems, Bible, biblical, Biblical quotations, Book of Revelation, Christianity, Christians, Pagan, Paganism, Papal, Roman Catholics, Sabbath, sun god/Satan, Ten Commandments.
Tags: Bible, Christians, commandments, God, laws, Ten Commandments
The God of heaven is just and Holy and judges the wicked as well as the righteous (Ecclesiastes 3:17). God loves the righteous and holds contempt for the lawbreakers (Revelation 22:14-15, Proverbs 12:21). It is essential for all of us to listen to the instructions of our Father who lives in heaven and gave us [...]
Posted: November 4th, 2011 under apostasy, Bible, Christianity, Christians, churches, Creation, Creator, eschatology, false religions, Jesus Christ, Paganism, Papacy, Roman Catholics, Yahweh.
Tags: God, Ten Commandments
Roman Catholic priests are still raping boys and committing sins around the world. If you observe the news around the world, you will notice that the blasphemy of the Roman Catholic Church is still in full effect. Today, the Catholic Church maintains erroneous Papal doctrines and have caused many people to believe they are Christians [...]
All Christians must observe the Sabbath day as it is Holy forever. The Ten Commandments of the God of Moses are still alive and every man who professes to know our Lord Jesus Christ must obey them. In fact, Exodus 20:8-12 is very clear that it is the duty of all followers of God to [...]
Posted: August 26th, 2011 under Christianity, Christians, Pagan, Paganism, Papacy, Papal, Roman Catholics, Sabbatarian, Sabbath, sinful, sinners, sins.
Tags: Jesus Christ, sins, Ten Commandments
The Pagan Ritual Called Halloween Has Nothing to Do with ChristianityThis October 31, 2010, many Americans in the U.S. and British in the United Kingdom will celebrate a Pagan holiday like Halloween by dressing in scary customs respectively. A Pagan tradition like Halloween includes activities as trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, carving jack-o’-lanterns, wearing customs, bonfires, [...]