The Law of First Mention/ Clean & Unclean

The Law of First Mention/ Clean & Unclean by Christine Egbert In sound biblical exegesis, the Law of First Mention requires a Bible student to study that portion of Scripture where a principle or doctrine is first mentioned. That first occurrence  establishes the inherent meaning of that principle in an unchangeable pattern throughout the rest of

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Is God’s Law a Curse? Understanding Galatians!

Is God’s Law a Curse? Understanding Galatians by Christine Egbert Galatians is not a textbook. It’s a letter written to a specific group of new (formerly pagan) believers two thousand years ago, and it addresses a specific problem. If two millennia later, we are to correctly interrupt Paul’s letter, it’s imperative

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Doctrine of Demons

Doctrines of Demons by Christine Egbert Sadly, many theologians have cast Yah’s instructions, His Torah as the enemy of His grace, and as bondage. Yet scripture says we walk at liberty by seeking His precepts. Psa 119:43-45  Take not the word of truth utterly out of my mouth; for I have

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Understanding Hosea

Hosea 1:1 establishes that the Word of Yahweh came to this prophet during the days of Jeroboam, the House of Israel’s first king after the split. 1Ki 11:11-12  And Jehovah said to Solomon, Because this has been done by you, and you have not kept My covenant and My statutes that

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Left Behind: Exposing the Rapture!

by Christine Egbert In this article, I hope to show that Scripture does not support the pre-tribulation rapture doctrine of the modern church. Gerald E. Cronk, in his book, NOW ABOUT THAT RAPTURE (copy-right 1997), lists 14 tenants of the pre-tribulation rapture-theory juxtaposed to short summations of what Scripture actually

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Cafeteria Christianity & Antinomianism

Biblical illiteracy is at an all-time high. Too many Christians have replaced a comprehensive—Genesis to Revelation—study of Scripture with a-page-a-day reading in the New Testament. And sadly, many do not even read that much on a regular basis. Instead, they starve themselves on a weekly diet of manmade, denominational church

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