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Deconstructing the Law

Deconstructing the Law

In previous installments in this series, I have presented deconstructions of Tithing, Opposition to Women in Ministry, “Jobian” Theology, and Religion. In this article, I will take on a subject that is near and dear to religious traditionalists and flagellants. The Law of Moses, commonly referred to as “The Law.” The law has a specific […]

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Strange Fire

Strange Fire

There’s a great deal of commotion of late around the Biblical term, “Strange Fire.” The implications of this commotion are that there is much in the Body of Christ that is tantamount to improper worship; worship that God is not pleased with. The connotation of “Strange Fire” is rooted in the railing against the broad […]

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Deconstructing Religion

Deconstructing Religion

In the past three installments, I have submitted discrete deconstructions of tithing, prohibition of women in ministry, and “Jobian Theology.” I have presented my theses both Scripturally and contextually and, while these articles have been seen by literally thousands of readers, I have encountered precious few challenges. Now, far be it from me to say […]

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Deconstructing Jobian Theology

Deconstructing Jobian Theology

In previous segments, I deconstructed pretty much all the arguments supporting tithing for New Testament Saints and deconstructed the arguments for prohibiting women from serving as pastors and leaders. In this installment I want to take on a subject that has silently taken over a large portion of mainstream Christianity. Jobian Theology. Jobian theology comes […]

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