Many Christians are concerned about the question: can a believer be homosexual? can a homosexual go to paradise? after all, the Bible says: (1Cor. 6:9-10) “the homosexuals of the kingdom of God will not inherit.” But on the other hand, we know that (Rom. 3:28) “a person is justified by faith, regardless of the works of the law.” What does homosexuality have to do with … Continue reading Believers homosexuals? And about heretics
I found that Christ is somehow similar to Wikipedia. Christ is the word of God and Wikipedia is a word. In the Wikipedia rules, one cannot refer to a thing of himself without the support of others. It was so in heaven, too. Christ said about this: (Jn. 16:9) “Of sin, because they believe not ‘on me’.” This means that sin appeared in the universe … Continue reading Christ is similar to Wikipedia
Jesus suffered as a man, why then it is said that God suffered for him? Isn’t this a nonsense? I have an explanation: On the heaven, there were used big computational resources to control the brain of Jesus so that he to continue to say God’s words, not to fall into madness because of overloaded by the tortures brain and say something like a common … Continue reading What are sufferings of Jesus Christ
Earlier I ramped that I prayed to God to cancel the New Testament by my prayer for the entire mankind. I overestimated. The New Testament was terminated between me and God, but not yet for the entire mankind. (1Cor. 11:26) “For as often as you eat this bread, and drink this cup, you do show the Lord’s death till he come.” Christ will come when … Continue reading The New Testament is Not Yet Terminated for the Entire Mankind
The only criterion by which Christ was guided when He wrote the Old and New Testaments is to minimize the number of Eucharists. (Mat. 26:39) “And having made a little further progress fell on His face, he prayed and said: My Father! if possible, let this cup pass from me; but not according to my will, but according to Yours.” In another passage of the … Continue reading Why the commandments of the Bible were needed?
It seemed very weird that God allowed us to suffer despite we spread the Gospel and as it seemed were aligned to His purpose. I was unable to understand why I was dying from hunger in a non-Protestant country Russia for refusing to reject the Gospel but religiously losing the protective sense of shame to tell about my religion every time I would want to … Continue reading Which Purpose We Suffered For?
In various cultures, there is the concept of a “spiritual intermediary” human between this world and that world. Probably I understood what is the issue: Apparently, the powerful outer space spirits (cosmic plasma) and spirits here on the Earth act on different electromagnetic frequencies. To control earthy spirits, heavenly spirits may need a retranslator on the Earth. And a human brain can serve as this … Continue reading Why an Spiritual Intermediary is Needed?
There is a widespread heresy. Its adepts say “Mind your own business.” The heresy is to do only your own projects and not do projects of others. Look into my Bible translation: (Phil. 2:4) “Look not every man on his own projects, but every man also on the projects of others.” One man asked God to show him the paradise and hell. God showed him … Continue reading A Widespread Heresy
The Gospel is about freeing people from evil. (1 Timothy 6:10) “For the love of money is the root of all evil.” No money – no problem. No problem – no Gospel. Crypto is not “silver” (the word used for “money” in Greek, as in this Gospel verse). Silver can be only transferred from an account to an account. Crypto can appear out of nowhere … Continue reading The Gospel does not apply to our time, the time of cryptocurrency
Since Martin Luther we stopped to pray to heavenly saints and angels. Is it biblical? Certainly Luther was right that Bible disallows to pray with icons: (Exodus 20) “3 You shall have no other gods before Me. 4 You shall not make for yourself an idol of any kind, or an image of anything in the heavens above, the earth below, or the waters under … Continue reading Christians Should be Pagans. One God is Plural