[ The Physical Ordinances ]
This study will answer the following questions:
1) Are the Passover and the Lord’s Supper one and the same?
2) Did the early Jewish Christians continue to observe the Lord’s Passover Supper?
3) Was the Passover Supper observed by Jewish Christians of the
dispersion scattered throughout the world?
This is a careful verse by verse study of I Corinthians 11:17-34.
This study will examine the disorder in the Corinthian assembly
in the observance of the Lord’s
Supper and also
the disorder in Christendom today!
The amazing PAST, PRESENT and FUTURE significance of
the Lord’s Passover Supper. What does it mean that Christ will “not eat
of this supper again until it is fulfilled in the Kingdom of God”??
Please Take Note of the Following Chart Attached
What is the real Baptism of Christianity? This is an extensive study of the
subject of Baptism in the book of Acts.
It will trace the “ritual water baptism” and “the real baptism” for this age, as it is found throughout
the book of Acts—the inspired historical record of the early church.
Many Christians are astonished when they hear that certain other
Christians don’t believe in practicing water baptism for this Church Age! After reading this Bible study you will be astonished that Christendom
still practices the water ritual!
Seven clear reasons why Christ in Matthew 28:19 is talking about
A REAL, SPIRITUAL BAPTISM into the Triune Godhead,
and not a ritual baptism into water!
A letter on the subject of water baptism written to one who proclaims
that the ritual of water baptism is showing to the world a
“Demonstration of Devotion” to God.
This is my response to an article by Wayne Jackson (a popular
“Church of Christ” preacher), placed on his “Christian Courier” Web site, dealing with what I believe about the Baptism that saves!
I know you will find it interesting!
Tertullian, the so-called “early Church Father” who originated the
blasphemous doctrine of “Water Baptismal Regeneration,” vigorously argued with
those in his day (about 200 A.D.) who did not believe in practicing Water
Baptism at all. (Just imagine, some early Christians
did NOT believe in practicing water baptism!)
An amazing group of Christians who existed for many generations
throughout the so-called “Dark Ages” of Church history, who did not believe in nor practice the carnal ordinances of water baptism or
the Lord’s Supper,
and did not build Church buildings, etc.
You will find this very interesting!
Observations on the most fundamental
Truth of Christianity—
An exposition of John 3, the encounter of
Jesus Christ with Nicodemus.