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By The Dispatch On Thursday, May 30th, 2019
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Police in turkey raid baptism ceremony, ‘church is not authorized’

Turkish police interrupted a baptism ceremony in the city of Bolu while conducting a raid against a church composed of Iranian Christian asylum seekers. The incident was verified by Hristiyan Haber on May 28th, More...

By Herman Cummings On Monday, October 26th, 2015
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The Truth of Genesis:  The Evil and Ignorance of Gentile Christianity – Part 7B of 7B

For a long time, time, gentile jackleg preachers have been teaching that people go to Heaven when they die, which is false.  The only people that have died, since the advent of Adam and Eve, that have gone to Heaven More...

By Herman Cummings On Friday, October 16th, 2015
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The Truth of Genesis:  The Evil and Ignorance of Gentile Christianity – Part 7A of 7B

Catholicism instituted pouring and sprinkling to replace complete immersion for water baptism. Since it was inconvenient to immerse babies, the mode of baptism was changed so that children could be “claimed by More...

By Herman Cummings On Friday, October 16th, 2015
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Truth on the statue of St. Peter, baptism and gay marriage

One other big lie is the “so called” statue of St. Peter, the Apostle.  It is really a pagan statue of Zeus (Jupiter), at the Vatican in Rome.  For centuries, ignorant followers of Catholicism (and others) More...

By Herman Cummings On Monday, October 12th, 2015
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How God became Jesus Christ, who has ‘power of attorney’ in heaven

Yehovah, the Eternal Spirit, had no blood to shed. The Holy Ghost (“ghost” of Yeshua) is the Comforter that Jesus spoke of, and could not be given until He returned to Heaven. He could not, or would not, appear More...

By Herman Cummings On Monday, September 28th, 2015
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The Truth of Genesis:  The Evil and Ignorance of Gentile Christianity – Part 5 of 7

When Yeshua’s blood dripped upon the West end of the Arc, along with the veil being ripped in the Temple, this gave all of mankind access to forgiveness of sins, and individual access to the throne of Yehovah.  More...

By Brandon Jones On Friday, July 17th, 2015
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‘Pastrix’ book review: Nadia Bolz-Weber’s bold, brash spiritual journey

Books dealing with faith, religion, God and Christianity don’t usually start with a curse word but author Nadia Bolz-Weber is unconventional in many ways in her book Pastrix. Nadia’s bold and brash narrative More...

By Herman Cummings On Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
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Out of the house of David, Christ is born and escapes Herod

A “netzer” is a branch (“Branch”, Isaiah 1:11), that grows out of a (apparently) dead olive tree trunk, and comes out of the ground several feet away from the tree trunk that has been sawed off. Since the More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, March 25th, 2015
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‘Killing Jesus’ film highlights politics over deity of Jesus Christ

If one subscribes to the Thomas Jefferson approach to studying Jesus Christ without the miracles, then Killing Jesus will prove to be an entertaining analysis of the man in contrast to a theological exposition. Adapted More...

By Herman Cummings On Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
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How the Jews miss Jesus Christ, prophecy of Daniel

In 457 BC, the decree to restore Jerusalem and the Temple was given on the first day on the month of the Aviv (Ezra 7:6-28). Sixty-two sevens (weeks) and seven sevens later (483 years, there is no year zero), on More...

By Herman Cummings On Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
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How the Passover points to Jesus Christ and the Cross

Every year, on the tenth day of the first month (Aviv, or Nisan), a perfect lamb was chosen from the flocks in Bethlehem, and brought through the streets of Jerusalem up to the Temple Mount, with the people shouting More...

By Herman Cummings On Tuesday, January 13th, 2015
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How Jesus Christ fulfills the promises of God through His sacrifice

Israel did this every year, except for when they were in Babylon. What did they think those rehearsals were for? It was made clear in the Torah that the Anointed One would suffer, and be sacrificed for payment of More...


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