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Explain The Great Delusion
  
What did the first century church believe that produced many signs and miracles? I will tell you what they did not believe to help you really think this through. They did not believe anything written in the new testament. It wasn't written yet. Paul's first letter to the Thessalonians wasn't until almost 30 years after Christ. Acts said they followed the apostles' doctrine. Think about what that doctrine is for a while. Read Paul's letter to the Galatians and you will get the answer in the first chapter. Paul was amazed how they changed and began believing something else. I wish I had more room to help you but there is a word limit here. You can friend me on facebook (maurice.goulet) and message me anytime.


Why Are Christians Baptized
  
Micha9344. Lets take what you have said a little further. When Peter returned and told the apostles what had take place, his statement in acts 11: 16 tells us he was about to baptize these gentiles yet he remembered the word of the Lord when he said "John truly baptized with water but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit..." He realized God already did the perfect cleansing so how could he improve upon it. Adam tried to cover himself in Eden but God performed the first blood sacrifice and covered him with skins.When are people going to believe "It is finished" You are clothed with Christ within, the final sacrifice. Friend me on facebook, maurice.goulet


Who is TD Jakes?
  
One key mistake in your definition of Modalism is that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit according to that belief are consecutive and never simultaneous. The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit never all exist at the same time, only one after another. Bishop Jakes does not ever say that they cannot exist at the same time.

Herein lies the flaw in your labeling him as a Modalist.

He is a true man of God whose teachings remain in line with the word of God.



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