From faith to doubt to certain undoubtedly faithful uncertainty… all doubtful! I am certain of this!

March 1, 2009

Ken Silva (lovingly known as my Affectionate Uncle and Editor at CRN.con} is going head to head with a certain faithless and no doubtful certainly uncertain “pastor” Jerry at CRN.info and Analysis. We agree that Jerry is just plain wrong that “doubt leads to faith”.  Ken states clearly in his rebuttal to Jerry’s assertion by stating, ““Doubt is not sin”; really? You wouldn’t know that by what Jesus-God Himself in human flesh-told His disciples or the way the Lord rebukes those with a lack of faith i.e. doubting/disbelieving.”

We love and are inspired by the high level of reading comprehension Ken Silva has as is shown by his rebuttal.

Jerry seems to claim that without first seeing and coming to realize our doubt we then cannot turn to God in faith for salvation… Ken seems to say the doubt is sin and that Jesus rebuked those who doubted Him.

Jerry asserts that one needs to confess that we doubt to receive faith… while Ken just says sin is sin and we need to somehow just get saved without seeing our sin.

Of course we agree with Ken Silva (we say this to heal the riff that has come between us and him)

Now before anyone else seems uncertain as to the faithlessness of doubting and how one gets saved that is your own problem. If you were one of us, the very Elect of God, you would “just know” as Ken Silva teaches. If you are saved and part of the remnant you will “just know”.

 Knowledge is power and the Gospel of OUR Doctrines will expose anyone who claims that seeing out doubt can help us find faith… we expose false teaching like this with our fellow Truth Warriors.


Slice of Laodicea Thankful for Not Being Part of The False Church

March 1, 2009

 

“After seeing the destruction the enemy is wreaking with false churches today, I wanted to share something to encourage hearts.” says researchers from Slice of Laodicea. So in order to encourage hearts Slice of Laodicea has uploaded 10 minutes of Slice of Laodicea opening and closing pages of a King James Bible in 128 bit audio.”The rustling of the printed pages moves me to tears” wrote Bob Smartz from Ozington Michigan. “I get misty eyed” wrote Janine Japopsky from Iowa.

Click to here excerpt. (This will open your media player)

The Online Discernmentalist Mafia has enjoyed Slice of Laodicea’s high end audio recordings that we plan to release several versions:

Slice of Laodicea Unplugged

Slice of Laodicea’s Righteousness Enhanced Edition

Slice of Laodicea’s low-fi monotone version (also can find other monotone versions at Crosstalk interviews) This is also known as the MONOTONOUS version and most widely listened too.


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