1. Modern Church: Where Tradition Trumps Truth
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    Modern Church: Where Tradition Trumps Truth
    Randy Arendell
    Xulon Press / 2008 / Hardcover
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    3 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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  1. 1 Stars Out Of 5
    April 16, 2010
    Gregory Reed
    This review was written for Modern Church: Where Tradition Trumps Truth.
    The Response to Randy Arendells book the Modern Church: where tradition trumps truthRandys book here is full of heresies. 2 Peter 2:1 says that But there arose also false prophets among the people, as also among you there will be false teachers, who will secretly bring in false heresies, even denying the Master who bought them. According to this verse heresy is a teaching that leads you away from the faith in our Lord Jesus Christ. This is to hold a teaching that seduces people and lead them away from the Lord. Randys book holds many heresies that can possibly lead the Lords people astray. I would like to share some of the heresies he mentioned in his book:Heresy # 1: Randy states on page 44 in his book: The fact isJesus (in the gospels) never once mentioned the word grace! Randy also states For just as the Law was not given by Moses when he was born, or even for the next eighty years, neither was grace taught by Jesus during his years on earth. My response: Here Randy makes clear in his book that the Lord Jesus did not teach grace during his years on earth. Luke 2:52 tells us clearly And Jesus advanced in wisdom and 1stature and in the 2agrace manifested in Him before God and men. This verse tells that grace was expressed in and through the Lord Jesus before God and men. Here is the footnote in the Recovery Version Bible for this verse which reads; this grace was also expressed through the Lords human virtues: In grace before God because He was growing in the expression of God according to God's desire; in grace before men because He was growing in the divine attributes manifested in the human virtues, which were gracious to men. He was growing as a God-man before God and men.
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 4, 2009
    Jack Ewing
    This review was written for Modern Church: Where Tradition Trumps Truth.
    Randy is a friend, but I would not do this for that reason. I want people to know that reading his book and studying his view of scripture has made sense of many apparent contradictions and that has given me a renewed interest in studying the word of God.I can't recommend this book enough. May it be a blessing to you as it is to me.
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