Tuesday, April 2, 2013

How to Create a False Doctrine in Christianity

Find anywhere between 0-6 (yes zero is possible) verses from the bible. It is much easier if you look for verses with imperative statements. Never consider what the verse(s) means in context. You don't need the whole verse, you don't even need the entire sentence, you can just use a phrase.

For example, the "you must go to a church building every week" doctrine uses a sentence fragment from Hebrews 10:25, "forsake not the assembling." Remember if you use a sentence fragment to never quote the rest of the sentence or verse or it could screw up your whole doctrine. Hebrews 10:25 also says, "Encourage one another" & the previous verse says to "spur one another on toward love and good deeds." These things define what "assembling" is, something that each & every person participates in or is free to participate in. They also go against the idea that frequenting a building as an audience member is what is in view. So you can see how context & even full sentences work against your false doctrine.

If you're using more than one verse you can even get away with only pointing out a single word as long as a similar word appears in the other verse(s).

Now that you've gotten your scriptures just make up whatever you want. You can also do this in reverse, make up whatever you want & then find verses that seem to back up what you've made up. Also, if you are a preacher or a church leader some people are certain to swallow your false doctrine. Its that easy!

In Context: "Forsake not the assembling.."
In Context: "Forsake not.." & "I can do all things.." Revisited
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