To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 6:52 AM
Subject: Conversations With God
CWG is graduate school spirituality while the so called major religions ( I’m an ex Christian) are grade school spirituality- guided by fables and not reason. Humans get into trouble trying to do what other men say God wants. Reasonable people have to decide for themselves what is in their best interests.
From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 6:56 AM
Subject: Re: Conversations With God
David, you’re pretty confused for not being hooked up to a major religion. But whether in a religion or not, every person deciding for themselves what is best has been an unmitigated disaster, both personally and for the world. The evidence is in – there’s no question about it to any reasonable mind.
The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the central fact of your existence. To live in denial of this is to live in unreality. In the unreality of your mind coupled with “free will,” an illusion you think to possess, you’ve been given to make certain decisions based on what you think is in your best interests in order to find out how wrong you are and that despite your wrongness, God (the Lord Jesus Christ) rules in every detail of your life doing what is right and good.
The time will come when you want to know what Jesus Christ has to say and you’ll be very thankful for the gift of believing and obeying Him.
Paul and Victor
Mike As a father of young children, my protective and aggressive instincts would be aroused if I were to catch a "transgender" individual within the same change room as any one of my children. This is madness!!! Sign here to oppose Canada’s sweeping new transgender legislation The debate about “transgender” rights is raging across the globe, and the latest victim of the tolerance parade is set to be Canada. Dangerous legislation,… Dave Is a "transgender" person different than a transgender person? If so, how does one determine the difference? Mike I guess in my passion I put quotes around it since I don't validate the transgender folk as a valid identity. There are very rare instances where someone is born with both genitalia. Those folk I can understand a bit better. Those choosing, for whatever reason, to deny their physiology I have less understanding for. I am kicking against governments forcing this into law, all the while quashing the rights of helpless children. It would feel like a violation for me to enter a women's washroom to protect my children. It's just messed up and pisses me off. Arnold I'd say your kids are no safer in the current situation. Never send them into any public facility on their own. Mike I'd say they ARE safer right now. Right now there is a barrier to having a male in a women's washroom. Right?! Martin Yes, Mike, agreed! Enid When our boys were young we practiced "safety kids" .... Someone always accompanied them t...
From: Claudio To: The Path of Truth Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2016 8:48 PM Subject: Judging a brother... Dear brothers Paul and Victor, Judging a brother like you do, as in the case of Austin Sparks, calling the brother of false prophet and even antichrist is something very serious. I say that because when you read about his life and the testimony he gave to the Lord during his lifetime, it is something that fully confirms his ministry. His ministry was based on the Word of God and are often deep studies focusing in Christ and in Christ alone. You should have fear of the Lord, because it may be that the accusations that you usually speak and write about him, God may bring on you judgment in the Court of Christ. Beware of concerning this type of judgments, especially because the adjectives and nouns that you use about this servant of God are too heavy. In Christ, Claudio From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk To: Claudio Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2016 7:38 AM Subject: Re: Judging a brother... “We are of God. He who knows God hears us. The one who is not of God does not hear us. From this we know the spirit of truth and the spirit of error” (1 John 4:6 MKJV). Hi Claudio, Give us Godly substance and not your mere human judgment. If you had sent us our writing on Austin-Sparks and asked us what we thought, we would have said it’s Scripturally accurate in spirit and letter, presenting godly understanding and truth throughout. It doesn’t ma...
English - Spanish De: Court Para: The Path of Truth Enviado: Martes, 5 de Abril, 2016 10:08 AM Asunto: Pregunta Yo estaba leyendo un artículo que escribiste acerca de que John Piper es un falso maestro y yo tenía una pregunta al respeto. Antes de hacer la pregunta, me gustaría dejar claro que estoy familiarizado con Piper, pero no conozco completamente su doctrina. Yo solo he visto algunos videos cortos de él en YouTube. Sin embargo, tu crítica de él como un falso maestro gira en torno al hecho de que él predica sobre un lugar de castigo eterno para los no creyentes (el infierno), como puedes leer en tus propios escritos: Una de las más grandes y peores mentiras contadas por el cristianismo artificial, una a la que John Piper se suscribe y enseña, es que hay un lugar de tormento y castigo interminable para los pecadores. Los hombres piensan que esta doctrina se encuentra en la Biblia, pero aunque es algo que el hombre carnal le desearía a otros, definitivamente no es algo que Dios haya dicho o que alguna vez haya pasado por Su mente. Él hizo la creación como un acto de Su amor. Él amó tanto al mundo que dio a Su Hijo unigénito por él. Nosotros somos de Él, comprados y pagados con Su sangre. Me preguntaba de dónde sacaste la idea de que no existe el infierno, basado en el hecho de que hay numerosos versículos en la Biblia, algunos incluso dichos por Jesús, quien tú crees que es Dios, como yo también, sobre la existencia de un lugar de castigo eterno para las p...