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Still A Chosen People – A Video Teaching by TEOTW

Still A Chosen People – A Video Teaching by TEOTW

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Did you know that Israel is still a chosen nation and was not replaced by the Church as Replacement Theology teaches? TEOTW put out a great teaching on Israel still being a chosen nation. Check out the video below and subscribe to TEOTW on YouTube so you don't miss any future teachings. They're ministry is the ONLY ministry I endorse with full faith that you're going to get the word of truth and not false teaching to appease itching ears.  What Are Your Thoughts? Please feel free to leave your comments below. If you like what you read, please share it, tweet it, or link to it from your website. Make sure you subscribe below if you want to know when I post future articles and studies.
Hebrew Slavery In America: The Truth No Black Person Was Ever Meant To Find Out

Hebrew Slavery In America: The Truth No Black Person Was Ever Meant To Find Out

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Slavery in America wasn't only about free labor, racism, or hate. Europeans identified and targeted the Kingdom of Judah for slavery so that they could build "treasure cities" just like they did for Pharaoh in the Old Testament (Exodus 1:11). All we have to do is look around and see the wealth built for Europeans by black people. Transport Refrigeration (Frederick McKinley Jones) Open Heart Surgery (Daniel Hale Williams) Traffic Lights (Garrett Morgan) Light Bulb Filament (Lewis Latimer) Synthesis of Medicinal Drugs From Plants (Percy Lavon Julian) Our people have built America into one of the greatest nations on the planet. The inventions above have both revolutionized and created BILLION DOLLAR industries, and that's only five inventions. Each of the inv...
Does Race Matter When It Comes To The Bible?

Does Race Matter When It Comes To The Bible?

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Race, religion, and politics are some of the most volatile and divisive subjects on the planet... and we're about to mix them all together in one study. The Bible isn't about making people comfortable or allowing them to escape personal responsibility of their choices. Christ came to be divisive, which is something that more churches need to teach. "Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division: For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three. The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother ...
Why Does The World Fear Black People?

Why Does The World Fear Black People?

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Have you ever wondered why every time a white person shoots an unarmed black person, we hear the same explanation, "I feared for my life." Most of us, including myself, have called complete BS on this excuse... but what if we were wrong? Not too long ago, while researching a completely unrelated subject, I stumbled across the following verse that shed some light on the current situation: "This day will I begin to put the dread of thee and the fear of thee upon the nations that are under the whole heaven, who shall hear report of thee, and shall tremble, and be in anguish because of thee." - Deuteronomy 2:25 It didn't stop here. There are several other verses that confirm this as well. The Book of Deuteronomy "There shall no man be able to stand before you: for t...
(Reader Reply) The Quran, Islam, Muhammad, and The Bible – God Is Not The Author of Confusion

(Reader Reply) The Quran, Islam, Muhammad, and The Bible – God Is Not The Author of Confusion

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Today's post was inspired by an ongoing debate with someone that cherry picks verses from the Bible in an attempt to validate Islam, the Quran, and Muhammad. And as you'll see, approaching the Bible with preconceived notions and trying to force it to fit an already false interpretation is the wrong way to go about it. With that said, the one thing that I do respect and appreciate about the discussion with Alex is that he did bring scripture to the table, unlike many people that just leave claims without any scripture references to back those claims. In that regard, many believers can learn a lot from him. Disclaimer #1: Some of the conversation has been reordered in order to address everything topic by topic vs a play by play response, because it did go from subject to subje...
Interracial Marriage In The Bible: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know… and Then Some

Interracial Marriage In The Bible: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know… and Then Some

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Interracial Marriage In The Old Testament The topic of interracial marriage in relation to the Bible often makes many people uncomfortable. The reason for this is that most of the teaching on it comes from cherry picking specific situations and attempting to apply them across the board. This study is an in depth look at what was allowed and what wasn't allowed when it came to interracial marriage in the Bible. Click here for the complete list of interracial marriages in the Bible. Before we start, we need to understand that mainstream Christianity teaches and accepts the following view on the origins of the races: Shem: Hebrews and Arabs Ham: Africans Japheth: Europeans and Asians If we stay true to the above viewpoints and honestly examine the text...
Replacement Theology: Did The Church Replace The Nation of Israel?

Replacement Theology: Did The Church Replace The Nation of Israel?

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Replacement Theology is one of those theories that require you to take an "eyes wide shut" approach to scripture. In order to believe this blatantly false doctrine, we have to ignore every single verse in the Bible that proves it wrong. At it's core, it is a Satanic and false doctrine that has crept into the Church because people simply refuse to research what they are told is true by their pastor, mentor, or whoever. Replacement Theology is known by several names:
Behold A New Name – No Longer A Byword

Behold A New Name – No Longer A Byword

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There are several places in scripture that mention Israel receiving a new name that God is going to give them, but what's so special about a name change? On the surface a name change seems to have very little significance, but as we dig into this subject, we'll see that the name change is in response to hundreds of years of being a "byword" among the nations. What Is A Byword? Let's start by looking at a few verses that reference Hebrews becoming a byword among the nations where they were driven. "And thou shalt become an astonishment, a proverb, and a byword, among all nations whither the LORD shall lead thee." - Deuteronomy 28:37 "Then will I cut off Israel out of the land which I have given them; and this house, which I have hallowed for my name, will I cast out ...
Re: Are There Any Black People Mentioned In The Bible?

Re: Are There Any Black People Mentioned In The Bible?

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Are there any black people mentioned in the Bible? The answer is yes. However, the Christian site "Got Questions?" got this answer completely wrong (click here to read their original response to this question). Their entire response is uninformed and continues the cycle of denying what scripture actually says. I'm going to quote and highlight everything they got wrong, and then I'll explain why it's wrong. It is both intellectually dishonest and scripturally inaccurate to claim that Ham is the father of the black nations, and then attempt to explain away every descendant of Ham as anything other than black. It doesn't work both ways. With that said, this rebuttal isn't about bashing or condemnation, but about correction and education. Suggested Reading Ham: The Origin...
The Lost Tribes of Israel: Where They Are Today and How They Got There

The Lost Tribes of Israel: Where They Are Today and How They Got There

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Does the Bible tell us what happened to the "the lost tribes of Israel" or has an entire culture been lost to the pages of history forever? One of the biggest debates in Christianity is whether the tribes were destroyed or migrated and mixed into other nations. A second big debate is whether or not the church replaced Israel, thus making Israel irrelevant to all future prophesies (Replacement Theology). Thankfully, the Bible has eight verses that seem to shed some light on what may have happened to the "lost tribes of Israel". It also has a lot to say about those that have taken it upon themselves to take Israel's place. Let's start at the very beginning... the kidnapping of the chosen people and the plot to replace Israel as outlined in scripture. Mankind Rejects God and...

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