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"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)
2Ti 4:2-4 preach the word; be urgent in season, out of season;
reprove, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and teaching.
For the time will come when they will not endure the
sound doctrine; but, having itching ears, will heap to
themselves teachers after their own lusts; and will turn
away their ears from the truth, and turn aside unto FABLES.
Is our learned description of the Devil and Demons accurate to the Bible, or do those understandings demonstrate more deception and our negligence of rightly dividing the Word of Truth? We shall soon find out, then decide with closing arguments—biblical truth vs. unbiblical fallacy—basing our verdict on conclusions drawn from what scripture actually teaches rather than what we have been told it teaches.
HOW PROFOUND IS THIS TOPIC, COMPARED TO BOOK 1? This is most exciting, because the myth busting and replacements offered for this Christian myth and Jewish fable you discard from your belief system on this topic, will also refute what 99.9% – no wait – 99.99% of modern Christianity teaches! It is a huge discovery when that many people believe similar lies and you have the truth to share. The same renowned scholars on the back cover blurb of Book 1 are wrong on this essential topic, too.
Again, we ask: Where did our study methods go so awry? Primarily, it is putting our trust in men without verifying it and being overly concerned with peer pressure. Is there anyone that can “really” know? YES—God's Word IS His revelation to us who are willing to hear, and CAN therefore be understood. He’s not the author of confusion, but mankind has confused His Word to no end. When the blinders of presumptuous bias come off and we look through a consistent logical lens, many “mysteries” can be clearly seen and easily understood.
We are in no shortage of answers in this volume either, after having sharpened and honed our skills from Book 1. Some, including Professor Anthony Buzzard, have asked if this comes from a Christadelphian view, and I told him I had never heard of them when I came to this understanding and freedom. These understandings were simply acquired by taking another look at views that could no longer be reconciled scripturally, when being confronted and honest about it...
2Pe 3:16 as also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; wherein are some things hard to be understood, which the ignorant and unstedfast wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.
2Pe 3:16 as also in all the letters, speaking in them concerning these things; in which are hard to comprehend some things, which the illiterate and unstable make crooked, as also the rest of scriptures, to their own destruction. (ABP+)
So, is it important to not be illiterate in the book we profess? "To their own destruction" are pretty serious words, we'd say. We are learning these "wrested scriptures" are basically what we've been saying all along; they are being distorted and perverted by the unknowing Christian, and maligned by the atheist. Thus, our claims for knowledge for the Christian, (i.e., knowing the truth,) stand as vital as ever, because it not only shows where your priorities are, but prevents one from concluding other falsehoods (the snowball affect) that further distort God's Word.
In Book 1, we mentioned how our Bible scholars have failed us in these essential doctrines. The problem is, scholars who do not know they are deceived and think they have the answers, do not search for answers and often are not willing to go against the orthodoxy of their organization. Paul here, emphasizes this... 2Co 10:10, 12 "For, His letters, they say, are weighty and strong; but his bodily presence is weak, and his speech contemptible... For we are not bold to number or compare ourselves with certain of them that commend themselves: but they themselves, measuring themselves by themselves, and comparing themselves with themselves, are without understanding."
We put a lot of emphasis on "methodology" (how we arrive at conclusions, so we are no longer among the blind leading the blind) in Book 1. Contrary to what some are teaching, Occam's Razor is not a good method to approach a subject because, while it is true that among competing hypotheses, the hypothesis with the fewest assumptions should be selected, the easiest answer may come from a wrong, pre-supposed paradigm. In other words, the only reason one interpretation is easier (Occam's Razor) to some is because of their pre-suppositions. Eureka moments from the light of God's Word, to those who dig and are knowledgeable, work wonders.
Some of you may remember reading that this book was originally taken from Vol. 1 before the Last Days Deceptions (Pt. 2) sections of the book, since knowledge of it is essential for understanding eschatology. And that we took it out because it would have been too much change for some to swallow and digest, and would have made Book 1 too big for some. We will also be following something else we learned in Book 1 (showing we submit to the authority of God’s word and practice what we learn) that scripture does not give us one verse that states the disciple John wrote the IV Gospel. Therefore, we have no justification for assimilating the faulty John idea. So we will continue in that fashion to call it the IV Gospel, in case some might wonder.
This myth-busting topic, THE MASTER OF DECEPTION, unveils the “Satan the Devil” whom Jesus knew and will show how different today’s concept of Satan is from the real Devil (not a fallen angel) in scripture! Since it is not a name, but usually a description of various “adversaries,” an attempt will be made in this book to no longer refer to Satan with a capital “S”, but a small “s,” with the exception of headers, titles or when it refers to a specific (vs. a general) entity. Same goes for the word devil (slanderer,) even though it often does refer to a specific entity, as we shall see. This book attempts to cover all the bases on this topic—and most certainly all the difficult passages. This crucial knowledge also is a major key why most have their eschatology wrong (Book 1.)
The fallen angel paradigm is unbiblical and harmful for many reasons we will show by biblically and soundly dismantling them all. It sends a message that minimizes the wicked, sometimes unpredictable effects of the carnal mind. There are different biblically opposed groups called adversaries’ (satans) the Bible sometimes puts extra emphasis on, like the many nations of Gog and Magog. They are primarily Islamic and Communist when one traces their biblically based lineages. Since we already elaborated on them extensively in Book 1, we will (actually, the Bible will) point out others here - to show we are not picking on any group in particular. It is even suggested that our own carnal minds are at enmity against God, though the Christian aim is to continually be striving to walk in the spirit, so that we may be justified in Christ.
The Bible is an equal opportunity discriminator (exposes, picks or judges – whatever you like) when it comes to the carnal depravity of human nature. The worse the depravity, the worse the Bible picks or exposes its enemies. In other words, it does not single out anybody – we all get picked on, so let’s not have superiority complexes or whining from any groups, just changing; because like it or not—this is the topic on satan or God's adversaries, which we all have been. What we all want and need is change, so that we learn to walk in the spirit (maturity). Just as the God of the Bible shows His way (or religion) is the superior way, and this is to remind us that there is a superior way—all "ways" are not the same as society may try and tell us (i.e. the highly praised and misused tolerance and acceptance philosophies of today). We also learned from Book 1, two very surprising concepts diametrically opposed to what society today tries to teach us that are worth repeating with some better emphasis. They are, (1) that God's Word does not teach UNCONDITIONAL love, and (2) God’s Word DOES tells us to JUDGE!
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