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#ComeSunday #CarltonPearson #AboutHeresy

I watched the biopic on Bishop Carlton Pearson, “Come Sunday,” over the weekend. Since then, I’ve had an opportunity to digest what I saw, juxtaposing it with what I already knew about the man and the situation, and the firestorm of comments about the man and the movie. Here’s my take. First of all, I […]

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Social Justice, Social Grace

Social Justice, Social Grace

The Gospel Brings Social Justice There are many folks who think of the Gospel as merely a religious construct. In the past, I’ve taught that the Gospel has both governmental (change of citizenship) and biological (change of DNA) implications. Today, I want to take it in a different direction — that the Gospel is the […]

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Politics

Politics

Growing up, I was always taught there were two subjects to avoid if you didn’t want to take part in heated arguments — politics and religion. I have grown to agree with these statements because they, collectively, are two of the worst institutions foisted upon mankind. I have decried religion extensively on my blog; today I’m […]

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10 Observations I’ve Made In 2015…

10 Observations I’ve Made In 2015…

Grace is winning. Right now religion is reeling and retreating. Its control bases are being systematically deconstructed. Saints all over the world are discovering the Liberty they actually have in Christ. People are no longer living in fear that if they don’t go to church regularly or don’t tithe that somehow “God will strike them […]

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Law or Grace

Law or Grace

In every law school in America, you will learn about things like the code of Hammurabi, the Magna Carta, and English common law. However, these are historical references to what the US Constitution DELIVERS us from. The US Constitution is a SUPERIOR covenant that SUPERSEDES any other covenant for those who are part of the […]

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