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Exactly what do you believe?

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The Jesus Cult website and book are both intended to assist Christians in obtaining a Scriptural understanding of salvation and the born again experience so that they will be able to be witnesses for Christ and stand in the tribulation to come. By necessity, this means that we must not only set forth the Word of God plainly, but we must also confront false teachings that are leading millions of Christians away from Jesus Christ. With contrived doctrines rooted in secular humanism, new age precepts, and witchcraft permeating the landscape, the minds of many are being corrupted away from the simplicity that is in Christ.

There are numerous individuals who consider themselves "Christians" but when you examine what they believe, it is as far away from Christianity as the East is from the West. Amazingly, a large number of so-called Christians don't even believe that Jesus is the only way to the Father. Yet Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6) Scripture also says, "Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved." (Acts 4:12) The Bible could not be more clear. Not only are there no instances in the New Testament of salvation being obtained outside of Jesus, belief in Christ is continually put forth as the standard for salvation. Why would God have sent His Son to suffer the humiliation of being publically beaten and mocked followed by the brutally tortuous death through crucifixion if in fact there was any other way for man to be reconciled unto God? The answer is because there is no other way. This fact is clear in Jesus' prayer at Gethsemane. When the time was upon Him, Jesus prayed for there to be any other way, yet there was none offered by God. Nevertheless, as He had always done, Jesus subjected His will to the Father's.

Under the guise of ecumenicalism, Christians are being urged to lay aside "doctrinal differences" in order to promote a false religious unity, even with non-Christian religions. Belief in Jesus as the only source of man's salvation is no longer a foundational truth but a difference in perspective. In fact, those who insist that the Word of the God is the standard for all are increasingly labeled as intolerant, hateful, and narrow-minded.

This push for world peace and unity has served as an effective muzzle for many who should be witnessing for Christ. These individuals say that we should respect all beliefs, even those contrary to God's Word, because God lovingly accepts everyone regardless of their religious belief. Yet, this does not match up with the Word of God. Jesus says that we are to be witnesses to Him and He commands us to "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you..." (Matthew 28:19-20) He also said that only those who believe on Him receive everlasting life because those who believe in Him actually believe in the Father who sent Him. (John 6:47; John 12:44) It is a sad commentary to note that the Jesus of the Bible would be a complete stranger to most professing Christians. As promised, through "peace" Satan is certainly hastening the destruction of this world. (II Peter 2:1)

Even many "ministries" who claim Christ have mutated Christianity into a world-centered message that defines belief in Jesus as a one-time confession of faith followed by a life of religious activity based on dead works where there is no real conversion or born again experience. To support this watered-down Gospel, we are presented with an emaciated Jesus whose definition of love is an acceptance/tolerance of all lifestyles, beliefs, and doctrines. In the new Christianity even fornicators, idolaters, homosexuals, liars, adulterers, murderers, and practitioners of other abominations are all saved.

How is it that Christianity has strayed so far from the example that is set forth in Scripture? How has the Gospel of the Kingdom become an earth-centered message where the life if God is snuffed out in pursuit of worldly rewards, prosperity, and comfort? The truth, my friends, is that it has not. True Christianity as defined by the Word of God looks almost nothing like what we are seeing promoted in many churches. Are there currently sincere Christians in the world who serve the Lord in spirit and in truth? Yes! And we praise God for them! God is gathering His remnant for an endtime demonstration of power and a great harvest of souls. For those who seek the liberation that can only come from a true relationship with God, we encourage you to stay strong in the Lord. Don't be destroyed for a lack of knowledge or be drawn away by seducing spirits spouting false doctrines. This is no time to guess about your standing with God.

We invite you to review this site and to read The Jesus Cult book itself for a line by line examination of Scripture as we compare the Church as defined by God versus what calls itself the church today.

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