Showing posts from April, 2022

"He" is Risen!

"He" is Risen! ”He” is risen. But who? The supposed “God-man”? A god who somehow died and then resurrected from that death? What god can die? Not a powerful one, for certain. If a god died for you, what hope do you have? Not much. He’s dead like the other idols who are “alive” one moment and gone the next.  You see, Yahweh never died. His son Yeshuah—a real man,[1] however,—did. And that  son of the most high was resurrected. Its true that we have a human only messiah who has been chosen to he the means of the Father’s working of forgiveness.[2]  See that you understand the words of John 17:3 if you hope for everlasting life. All your festivities this Easter weekend have meant nothing. No pagan festival in celebration of a god-man ever mattered to the true, living God and his son. __________  [1] Eight Reasons Jesus Isn't God [2] Can Men Forgive Sins?  

Can Men Forgive Sins?

Can Men Forgive Sins? It's "Easter" season. In the past, I've posted a series on the subject. It's currently unavailable as I edit and update the content in preparation for another book. Ive been sitting on the following for a while, but I feel led to share this now. Consider this the first in a short series on the "Easter" holiday for 2022.  The Messiah is a man Here’s a passage that stood out to me in my daily readings: But when the multitude saw it, they marveled, and glorified God, which had given such power unto men. [1] In this passage, the believing  Jews rightly discern that forgiveness of sins is granted by God to be something men can do.  Forgiveness portrayed in the Gospels Now, read the following, which was a list I‘d begun compiling some time ago on the idea of whether men have power to forgive sins, because many times it’s assumed by those who believe “Yeshuah is God”  that men can’t forgive sins, “only God can.” Usually, these folk are Tri


Testimony It really begins in Janesville, Wisconsin when I was an undergrad at a community college, U-Rock. From my first charismatic experience the Sunday I'd visited my friend and bandmate's church until now, my "testimony" is always unfolding in unique ways. We're always in some sort of conversion. None of us has finally  arrived, though we should always strive to take more and more steps away from error toward truth. This is an Exodus. Where are you on that journey?  Not long ago, I was given an opportunity to share my testimony on the Unitarian Christian Alliance Podcast . In the interview, I explained my history with a notorious cult-of-personality, the New Independent Fundamental Baptist Movement (NIFB), which was begun by hate-preacher Steven Anderson in Phoenix, Arizona. I also explained my transition from Trinitarianism to Unitarianism, and I even provided my thoughts on the current state of the UCA . You can listen to the full interview by clicking the