Exposing The False Gospel Of Evangelicalism | Keith Giles


Jesus steps forward and says, “Reconsider this: The Kingdom of God is here today!” So, rather than wait for something to happen first, everyone could enter the reality of God’s Kingdom immediately. That was a huge paradigm shift for his listeners.Jesus also wanted to emphasize that this Kingdom of God was not only accessible here and now, but that it was also wide open to everyone – yes, even to those Gentiles and Pagans and even the Samaritans – which was one of the messages that his people resisted most vigorously and why they first wanted to kill him. [See Luke 4: 16-30]

Source: Exposing The False Gospel Of Evangelicalism | Keith Giles

How Can You Be Christian And Vote Democrat/Republican? | Keith Giles


Democrat Christians care about peacemaking, the poor, immigrants, and the oppressed in our society. To them, this is what it means to be a Christian. So, they vote for Democrat candidates who at least “seem” to care about poverty, war, immigration, civil rights, and the average joe on the street. Republican Christians tend to care about the unborn, the traditional family, and the right to bear arms. Therefore, they vote for Republican candidates who at least “say” they care about overturning abortion laws, defending traditional definitions of marriage [anti-gay marriage, etc.], and protecting the Second Amendment. Both sides firmly believe that to vote any other way is “un-Christian”, but only because they have both developed and accepted a very narrow definition of issues that are “Christian” issues and conveniently ignore those other issues.

Source: How Can You Be Christian And Vote Democrat/Republican? | Keith Giles

Why Is Jesus Left Out Of The Atonement Discussion? | Keith Giles


[NOTE: The following is an excerpt from the soon-to-be-published book Jesus Unforsaken: Substituting Wrath With Divine Love To Satisfy God’s Atoning […]

Source: Why Is Jesus Left Out Of The Atonement Discussion? | Keith Giles

No, Jesus Was Not Separated From The Father On The Cross | Keith Giles


On the cross, Jesus cried out, “My God, my God! Why have you forsaken me?”From this single sentence, many bible teachers and pastors have theorized that it was in this moment that the Father looked away from Jesus – because of all of our sins being laid upon Jesus – and it was in this moment that Jesus experienced separation from the Father for the only time in all of eternity.As dramatic and poetically compelling that might be, the truth is simply this: The Bible nowhere supports this theory.

Source: No, Jesus Was Not Separated From The Father On The Cross | Keith Giles

How To Know When America Becomes A Fascist State | Keith Giles


As the American Empire begins its slow decline, here’s a handy checklist to help you determine when you are officially living in a Fascist State: Does your […]

Source: How To Know When America Becomes A Fascist State | Keith Giles

Does God Work All Things Together For Our Good? Not Exactly. | Keith Giles


It’s a very common misconception that nearly every Christian embraces without question: God works all things together for our good. Now, it’s easy to […]

Source: Does God Work All Things Together For Our Good? Not Exactly. | Keith Giles

A Brief Conversation With David Bentley Hart | Keith Giles


“The Kingdom has drawn near, the exuberantly zealous seize it with enthusiasm, but everyone—zealous or not—is being pressed into it one way or another.”

Source: A Brief Conversation With David Bentley Hart | Keith Giles