The Genesis Gap Theory – DEBUNKED

According to the Genesis Gap Theory, there are millions, or even billions of years lapse between Genesis 1:1, and Genesis 1:2. There are several variations of this theory. Some believe that angels existed on Earth during this period. Some believe … read more »

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How Did Jesus Fulfill the Law?

We have heard it over and over again. Jesus “fulfilled” the law. But what does that mean? What did Jesus mean, He came to “fulfill” the law? First of all, let’s look at the scripture from where this term comes: … read more »

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The Secret of Deborah, Scripture, and Women in Authority

I’ve heard it for decades – It’s OK with God to have women in authority. After all – He put Deborah in authority. Deborah was a judge of Israel. She was also a prophetess. Therefore, God is really not against … read more »

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Real Christians Do Not Cuss

Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer. Psalm 19:14 As Christians, we carry the name of the Lord. We need to be very, … read more »

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The Rainbow, Sodom, and the Apocalypse

The rainbow is one of natures most beautiful phenomenon. But it is more that just a beautiful display of nature. It is a sign. We read about it in Genesis. Gen 9:13 “I set My rainbow in the cloud, and it … read more »

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6 Sins That’ll Destroy a Nation

Cast your vote by making an educated, godly, scriptural disicion. Here’s how: read more »

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How to Read the Bible

The Bible is the best selling book of all time. But it is also the most unread book of all time. Most people don’t read it because they don’t know how to read it. And those who do read it … read more »

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The Vast Implications of John 1

Jesus is the Word in the flesh. But what does that mean?
What is “The Word”?
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Popular Misconception: Jesus, a Friend of Sinners

Jesus said, I am not come to call the righteous, but sinners to REPENTANCE. Repentance means TOTAL CHANGE! It doesn’t mean feeling sorry. It doesn’t mean remorseful. The scriptures declare the Esau sought repentance (change) with tears, but it was … read more »

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Cremation and Tattoos

Introduction Sadly, along with the corruption of Christianity in society, also comes a deterioration of morals regarding the treatment of the body, both alive and dead. Not that long ago it was considered to be an utter act of rebellion … read more »

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Lift Him Up!

Many in Christian circles, especially evangelical, have heard songs and sermons of praise to Jesus. We commonly hear the term “lift Him up” in songs and sermons. This is taken from the Bible verse where Jesus said that if He … read more »

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Eternal Torah

Definition: “Torah” – God’s guidelines and instructions for His people as per Genesis, Exodus,  Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Some people view Torah as irrelevant, and only useful for historical purposes. Others view Torah as “partly” relevant. Normally those who fall … read more »

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Was Jesus’ Birthday Really December 25?

If anyone should know what date Jesus was born, it should be Irenaeus as he lived in the early second century. He is the one that confirmed that Jesus was born on December 25, NOT CONSTANTINE. I would like to … read more »

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Is Pornography to Blame?

Special thanks to Mr. Leonard Michael for posting this list on Facebook. As I read this I can’t help but asking myself, If pornography was illegal, how many lives would be saved? Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer of Wisconsin, speaking of … read more »

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Yeshua said LISTEN to the Pharisees

A FIRE shut up in my bones. You will not hear this preached in typical mainstream, Pharisee hating churches: Matt 23:1 Then spake Jesus to the multitude, and to his disciples, 2 Saying, The scribes and the Pharisees sit in … read more »

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Taking Paul’s Letters in Context – Paul and the Nazarite Vow

Introduction This is perhaps one of the greatest revelations I have ever had regarding the New Testament text. Be it Antinomianism, Marcionism, replacement theology, or this present day “cheap grace”, “counterfeit grace”, and “grace not law” teachings – all these … read more »

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What is Sin?

Many people do not know what sin is.If you ask 5 different people, you may get 5 different answers. Sin means different things to different people. Even among Christian circles, sin is not well defined. This is due largely because … read more »

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Is the Law of God Bondage? Why the Jews Reject their Messiah

Many Christians today believe that the Law, (the Torah) is bondage. They believe that Jesus came to set us free, primarily from the Law so that now we can live by “grace”. If you are a Christian who has been … read more »

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1 John 1:8

If you are going to be like Enoch, Noah, Moses, David, Jesus, Peter, James, and John, and preach righteousness, it is inevitable that at some point in life someone will throw 1 John 1:8 in your face: If we say … read more »

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Jesus and Gays

You have probably heard it said, “Jesus never said anything against gays”, or “Jesus taught us to love everybody, therefore we should love and accept gays”. Some people even say, “Jesus was gay”! These are the facts Gays did not … read more »

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The Correct Interpretation of Colossians 2

Among some of the most misinterpreted scriptures in the Brit Chadashah (New Testament), Colossians, chapter 2 is near the top of the list. Here is a good example of applying the five questions of good exegesis. In order to properly … read more »

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Extraordinary Dream

On the morning of Pesach I had a very unusual dream. Very rarely do I ever have a dream that even approaches this magnitude of spiritual significance. The last time I can remember was about 10 years ago. But it … read more »

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I Tell you the Truth Concerning the Imputed Righteousness of Christ

In the story of “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, we have a man who walks around thinking that he is wearing the finest of suits, when all then while he is absolutely naked. He makes a fool of himself. Like that Emperor, … read more »

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Counterfeit Grace Case in Point

Just the other day I saw this posting on a Youtube video: This is the kind of thing that I live for. What I mean is that I live to destroy this kind of heresy. Some people even believe and … read more »

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Feminists: Ban Urinals! They are sexist!

The feminist agenda has gone way too far. According to the attached article, feminists from Sweden to Taiwan are calling for a ban on urinals. Why? Because it is a sign of masculinity for a man to urinate standing up, … read more »

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Pointform: Why We Need the Law

The Bible says that Sin is the transgression of God’s Law. Whoever hates Sin must uphold the Law. Whoever fights the Law is upholding Sin whether he likes it or not. Grace gives us power to repent from Sin, which … read more »

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New Testament Canon: The Four Gospels

In spite of the importance of the four gospels in the Christian faith, most Christians do not know how about the canonization process: How did New Testament Canon develop? Can we really trust it? There is much talk in these … read more »

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Greg Laurie: Commit Suicide and Go To Heaven

My Own Experience Ministering to those who are Suicidal Several years ago I got a call from a long-time friend that I never heard from in a while. He was faced with an enormous amount of problems in life. He … read more »

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Hillsongs’ Pastor Brian RE: Gay Marriage

I happened across an article written by Pastor Brian from Hillsong Church. You can find that article here: http://hillsong.com/media/statement-re-recent-media-comments-on-homosexuality In the article, he attempts to clarify a statement he made earlier regarding his stand on gay marriage. Pastor Brian begins … read more »

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Faith Without Works vs Satan

You believe in God?You believe Jesus died on the cross?You believe Jesus rose again? You read the Bible? You pray? You go to church? You must be a Christian? WRONG! Try again!Satan knows there is a God.Satan knows Jesus died … read more »

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The Power of Perception

In Dec 1979 a man by the name of Steve Jobs was called to meet with executives at Xerox to see their latest projects. Steve was shown 3 things. But he was so blinded by the first, that he didn’t … read more »

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Would Jesus Support the Death Penalty?

Background Jesus did not first come into being through Mary. Sure, Mary played a vital role in the incarnation of the Word of God. But the scriptures are clear – Jesus existed before the world began. In fact He was there at the … read more »

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The Redefinition of Revival by the Leaders of T.A.C.F. (Catch the Fire)

I started attending Toronto Airport Vineyard Christian Fellowship in 1995. I will never forget what it was like back then. We arrived early. To our astonishment, there was a considerable amount of people lined up waiting to get in the … read more »

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Allah vs God

Who is Allah? Who is God? I have heard people say a lot of negative stuff about Allah, while all the while saying a lot of positive things about God. Let’s get this straight – Allah and God are not … read more »

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Can Anyone Be Righteous?

It is a “key” verse to the evangelical – “There is none righteous – no, not one” Some evangelical preachers use this verse to say that nobody is righteous, and that only Jesus was righteous. They say that nobody can … read more »

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Are We Really Saved By Grace, Not Works?

We hear it all the time: “We are saved by grace, not by works, lest any man should boast” And indeed, Paul did write that. But how far are we supposed to take that? Is this verse meant to override … read more »

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10 Checkpoints

Introduction The purpose of this publication is to educate, edify, and encourage you – to call you to a higher standard, and to facilitate a complete resurrection, and restoration within the church as the Lord prescribes via scripture. If you … read more »

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Old Testament vs New Testament

Is the Old Testament still relevant today? What is the difference between the Old Testament and the New Testament? Knowing the differences between the Old Testament and New Testament is foundational. Your belief on this subject is the root of … read more »

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To Judge or Not to Judge

Many people like to quote Jesus, “Judge not!” (Matthew 7) But what they are really saying is, “Don’t tell me that I’m wrong. I love my sin. Don’t touch my sin. Don’t try to take this away from me. I … read more »

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Does Jesus’ Blood Cover Your Sin?

Jesus blood covers all your sin! Everyone sins. After you have received Jesus as Lord and Savior, then all the sin that you commit is “covered”. That is a concept taught in many Christian circles, but is it true? Many … read more »

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I Do What I Do Not Want To Do…

When a person is caught in the web of sin its easy to quote the Apostle Paul, “For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do.” This quote is taken from Romans, chapter … read more »

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Alcoholics Anonymous vs. The Church

Without a doubt alcoholism is one of the evils of society. And people all over have the desire to stop drinking. They have witnessed, either first hand or second hand, how alcohol can destroy a person’s life, family, and home. … read more »

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Our Golden Calf

What was the golden calf spoken of in the scriptures? Out of all the possible images, why did Aaron choose a golden calf? What does the golden calf represent? Are we worshiping a golden calf today? We read in the … read more »

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Why Aren’t All Healed?

We read time and time again in the gospels when Jesus healed all that were sick. Yet we rarely see that today. Why? I have attended many meetings where high profile ministers of the gospel pray for all to be … read more »

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Ontario’s new Premier: Lesbian!

When the children of Israel was making their conquest to take hold of the promised land, they drove out many kings, yes, even nations! War after war, king after king was defeated, and the inhabitants of the land were cleaned … read more »

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Peter Youngren Refuted

Peter Youngren is a Canadian TV and crusade evangelist. He is the pastor of the Toronto International Celebration Church. He is also the founder of World Impact Bible Institute, and operates Grace TV, Canada’s largest Christian T.V. channel. Peter Youngren … read more »

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The Christian Response to the Homosexual Invasion

Many people have taken to the streets picketing against the homosexual lifestyle. Others blog about it. Others just talk about it. Does it do any good? The honest answer is “not too much”. But as a true Christian one must … read more »

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Islam a Religion of Peace?

I will be the first to admit that there are plenty of Muslims who love peace. They are not terrorists, neither do they love violence. These Muslims are considered to be apostate by those who really believe in their religion … read more »

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This is so awesome – Just had to share it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXh7JR9oKVE

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Civil Rights vs. God

Please bear in mind that when I say, “developed world”, or “our culture”, or “we”, I am referring to the culture of North America, Europe, Australia, and similar countries/cultures. Do you want the truth? Or do you want nice little … read more »

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The Salt of the Earth

Jesus said that we are the “salt of the earth”. But what does that mean? After spending 22 years in the food industry I believe I have the answer. Today, in this culture when we hear the word “salt” we … read more »

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Lessons from the Titanic

April 15, 2012 marked the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. over 1500 lives were tragically lost. The Titanic was the largest, finest, most luxurious, technological wonder of its time.  It’s size overshadowed every other ship measuring approximately … read more »

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Holy Fire

I just ran across a site that spoke of the Holy Fire Miracle at Jerusalem. This is very interesting. The story of Holy Fire at Jerusalem dates back more than 1000 years. On Easter morning, approaching noon, a patriarch from … read more »

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London Mayor Bans Ex-Gays

Here is yet another example of the outright hypocrisy. The homosexual rights movement began with the term “tolerance”. They portrayed themselves as those who were victims of intolerance. So they began their “crusade” with tolerance preaching. And they portrayed those … read more »

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Nate Phelps

Many of us in the western world have heard of the infamous “Westboro Baptist Church” – the so called “Hate Mongers” who pickets the funerals of dead soldiers with signs saying such things as “thank God for dead soldiers”. They … read more »

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Welcome!

Welcome to the Official Christopher Enoch blog. Here you will find spiritual insights, and wonderful golden nuggets of truth. I encourage you to spend some time. Look around, and most of all – enjoy!

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