Category Archives: False Teaching

Creeds, By Lee Moses

As a young child being reared in denominationalism, this writer clearly recalls the practice in worship of the recitation of creeds. Those assembled would recite various creeds, particularly the so-called “Apostles’ Creed.” Of course, one would assume that a creed called the Apostles’ Creed would have been instituted by the apostles. However, the Apostles’ Creed in its actual form was not framed until at least 300 years after the death of the last apostle, although other supposedly Christian creeds had been written as early as the second century AD. Continue reading

Is One as Good as the Other?

If you are calling a doctor, is one as good as the other? If you are seeking a wife, is one as good as the other? If you are buying a prescription, is one as good as the other? If you are buying a car, is one as good as the other? If you are buying a house, is one as good as the other? If you are needing a mechanic, is one as good as the other? If not, then why be so particular in material things and so careless and “broad minded” in matters pertaining to your eternal destiny? How often do we hear someone say “one faith, one way, one worship, one religion, one baptism, one church, one name or doctrine is as good as another.” Continue reading

Regarding Religion — Force Or Choice? — Marvin L. Weir (part 2)

“Nadarkhani was arrested in October 2009 and was tried and found guilty of apostasy by a lower court in Gilan, a province in Rasht. He was then given verbal notification of an impending death-by- hanging sentence. His lawyers appealed the decision under the premise that Nadarkhani was never a Muslim at the age of majority, and the case was sent to Iran’s Supreme Court, which upheld the lower court’s decision of execution, provided it could be proven that he had been a practicing Muslim from the age of adulthood, 15 in Islamic law, to age 19, which was when he converted. Continue reading