Tag Archives: Reformation

God’s forgotten Word 6 Lost Lawbook 5 Heretics

Heretic Throughout the Middle Ages small groups Bible believers, who often clandestinely had a Bible in their vernacular (a most precious asset at the time) opposed these developments. But we know little about their actual circumstances. They were often fiercely … Continue reading

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God’s forgotten Word 2 Lost Lawbook 1 Who has still interest

The Lost Code The text you have in front of you is a translation wich comes from a book written in Dutch (Gods vergeten Woord) by the late brother Rudolf Rijkeboer, where a search was delivered to the original message … Continue reading

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God’s forgotten Word 1 Introduction

The original teachings of the Bible, as expressed by the apostles, was quickly diluted in the following centuries with Greek philosophical ideas. Subsequently, under Constantine the Great the church became a state church, whereby the church structure was adjusted to … Continue reading

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Unread bestseller

It is perhaps one of the greatest paradoxes of the modern world that, in spite of its high-volume sales, the Bible is generally so little read. As Sir Frederic Kenyon once remarked: “Bible reading has been a notable characteristic of … Continue reading

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