Category Archives: Stumbling Blocks

Understanding the Meaning of “All” in the Bible

UNDERSTANDING THE MEANING OF “ALL” IN THE BIBLE One trap that many fall into when interpreting the Bible comes in insisting that the word “all”, when it is used, must be interpreted via slavish literalism. They assume when they see … Continue reading

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Fooled by the Easiest Possible Assumption: The Perpetual Ekklesia

For one to assume that the ekklesia was to be perpetual upon the earth is the easiest possible assumption, even though it cannot be proven.  No wonder it never seems to occur to anyone to consider otherwise.  Let me demonstrate … Continue reading

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How “Christianity” is a Trap for the Cognitive Miser

I am fairly convinced that Jesus did not come to earth to “start a religion”.  Perhaps the reader is already aware that the word “Christianity” is not used in the Bible at all.  And even the word “Christian”, which is … Continue reading

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Stumbling Blocks

This is a quick listing of some of the “stumbling blocks” that cause people to miss or discount the Temporary Ekklesia Theory.  Most of what’s on the list are cognitive errors.  I hope to write more about each item later, … Continue reading

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