Covenant Studies

With this paper, we’ll take up the subject of Adam’s commission found at Genesis 1:26 and Genesis 1:28 which reads as follows: “26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over...

This is the second in a series on this topic, and how many papers will be necessary to adequately cover all the implications and ramifications is hard to determine at this point. I should point out that if you haven’t read Adam’s Commission, #1, you may not fully comprehend entirely what will be presented in this second issue. Previously, it was pointed out that Adam’s commission is to be found at Genesis 1, verses 26 & 28, with the creation of...

Imagine yourself being born, and when you took your first breath, you found yourself under a binding legal obligation emanating from your ancestors which you cannot, in any way, annul. As a matter of fact, if you are a member of a certain group of people, you have several contracts by which you must abide which will affect every major phase and all the decisions of your life.

Recorded in Scripture are nine major Covenants between Yahweh and Adam-man. They are as follows: (1) Edenic, (2) Adamic, (3) Noahic, (4) Abrahamic, (5) Mosaic, (6) Palestinian, (7) Davidic, (8) Solomonic, and (9) The New Covenant. This does not include the Covenant made separately with Sarah. With these various Covenants, there are several elements. All of these Covenants...

This is a very serious charge to make against anyone, let alone the Almighty. I believe, though, once the evidence is weighed, there will be no alternative but to bring this very grave charge against Him, and penalize Him accordingly. After all, if He has committed such an appalling crime, why should He be treated differently from anyone else? The charge for this crime of fraud has already been alleged by a...

It is simply amazing how nominal churchianity attempts to tell us that John 3:16 is the “golden text of the Bible”. While John 3:16 is truly in the Scripture, it is best rendered by William Finck in his The Christogenea New Testament:

The doctrine of “personal salvation”, as promoted by nominal churchianity, is founded on the false premise that somehow Christ came to sacrifice Himself on the cross to give the whole world, no matter what race, an opportunity to decide whether or not they want to accept Him and enjoy the benefits of His Covenant. Such an assumption immediately makes Yahweh a 2nd class god! Poor old God, can’t do anything right!

This is a very important question which I was asked by an astute lady, whom I will not name. Of course, when we make mention of this subject, we are talking about how the twelve tribes of Israel were “blinded” to who they were because they had been unfaithful to their Husband, Yahweh.