Theological Heresies That Shaped World History

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Tate Publishing, 2007 - 453 pagina's
In Theological Heresies that Shaped World History, author Robert C. Voiles presents a fresh and critical examination of many doctrinal errors that have radically infected modern Christianity. Examined in detail is the ancient Greek parabolic method of teaching. Voiles explains that despite its shortcomings, this method was adopted by both unbelieving Jews and the early church, fomenting many later heresies. From a biblically conservative and dispensational viewpoint, Theological Heresies addresses several key pillars of Christianity, including differences between the nation Israel and the Church, the Gospel of the Kingdom vs. the Gospel of Grace, the incorrect division of the Old and New Covenant, the beginning of the present Church, and the necessity of the rapture. In many respects, the reader will find this a groundbreaking work almost two millennia past due. Although easy to read for the layman, it is also well documented for the advanced student, referencing both Scripture and ancient church documents. The result of forty-eight years of Scriptural studies, including seven years gathering and incorporating documentation from ancient history, Theological Heresies that Shaped World History is a must-read resource for laymen, students, teachers and pastors.
 

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Primary Things to Consider
19
Biblical Interpretation Versus allegorical Teaching
35
The Origin of allegorical Teaching
42
Allegorical Teaching in the Primitive Church
53
The Origin of the Church is Israel Heresy
72
The Origin of the Church is the Kingdom Heresy
85
The Biblical Doctrine of the Kingdom
105
The Universal Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven
111
The New Covenant with Israel
231
The New Covenant Brings Reconciliation with God
236
The Origin of the incorrect Division of the Old and New Covenant
242
The Beginning of the New Covenant
261
The Present Division of the Covenants Mixes Law and Grace
274
The Titles the Gospels are incorrect and Misleading
281
The Title Old Testament is incorrect and Misleading
289
The Gospel according to Paul
296

The Kingdom of adam
120
The Kingdom of Israel
129
The Kingdom That is to be Restored to Israel
136
The First Offer of the Reestablishment of Israels Kingdom
143
The Disciples are Sent to Preach the Gospel of the Kingdom
152
The King is Rejected and the Kingdom Postponed
166
Israels House Left Desolate
173
The Three offers of the Kingdom in Matthew
179
The Meaning and Use of the Word Covenant
199
The Unconditional Covenant with Noah
203
The Unconditional Covenant with abraham
206
The Unconditional Palestinian Covenant with Israel
211
The Unconditional Covenant with David
217
The Conditional Mosaic Covenant with Israel
222
The Need for a Better Covenant
227
The Present Church was a Mystery Until the Apostle Paul
305
Confusion of the Church with the Kingdom
316
Physical Healing in the Present Church and the Kingdom
336
Miraculous Powers in the Present Church and the Kingdom
346
The Parable of the Wheat and Tares and the Present Church
351
The Parable of the Ten Virgins and the Present Church
367
Theological Mistakes That Changed the Course of World History
376
What Rock Was Christ to Build His Church on
381
What Church did Christ Speak of in Matthew?
386
What Were the Keys to Open That Christ Gave to Peter?
399
What is the Binding and Loosing?
411
Some Final Thoughts on the Present Church and the Kingdom
424
Endnotes
443
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