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Article of Faith: The Bible: A Book of Wheat and Weeds, By Femi Aribisala

The bible is the most important book ever compiled. However, it is also one of the most dangerous. It is used to edify and it is also used to deceive. Christians like to pretend that the bible was written by one person. But in reality, it was written by 40…
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ARTICLE OF FAITH: What man of God is Pastor Chris Oyakhilome? By Femi Aribisala

Christian pastors have become demigods. Their word is law; no questions asked. As Jesus said, they teach as doctrines the commandments of men (Matthew 15:9). They come up with all kinds of self-serving principles that turn scripture on its head; just in order to justify themselves before men and control…
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Article of Faith: Seeing God-given visions, by Femi Aribisala

There is a fundamental difference between God-given dreams and God-given visions.  Dreams are revelations we receive from God while we sleep.  Visions, on the other hand, are revelations we receive while awake. Visions are communicated through a variety of ways.  Sometimes they come through divine or angelic appearances.  Or they…
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ARTICLE OF FAITH: The keys of the kingdom of heaven, by Femi Aribisala

God, our Father, is merciful. Once we repent, he immediately forgives us; provided we also forgive others. Jesus says: “If you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.” (Matthew 6:14-15).…
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Christians are not the light of the world, by Femi Aribisala

A blogger became so exasperated with my criticism of the Christian Church; he decided to launch what would be the definitive counter-attack. “Femi Aribisala,” he declared triumphantly, “is not a Christian!” When I thought about this, I concluded that, using the same logic, the prophets of Israel were not Israelites.…
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