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WHAT SHOULD BE FAITHFUL DOCTRINE?

WHAT SHOULD BE FAITHFUL DOCTRINE?
INTRODUCTIONNo one can deny the immense religious confusion that exists in our time. But the confusion is not limited only to what group membership, but also what to believe. The work of false teachers, error and ignorance of God's will, has wreaked havoc not only in terms of the lack of seriousness that you have when it comes to putting on a church membership, but has also been doing a lot damage to the biblical doctrine. Many people believe that not only can meet at any church and to please God, but also believe that any doctrine is good.Many who are aware of this phenomenon, try alert from the very error that sectarian move, however, in his attempt to get people to practice a healthy faith guide you from one mistake to another, leaving them in the same spiritual situation fall in which they found themselves.For all these reasons we ask, what doctrine we must be faithful? If we have the correct answer it, it is then that we will be protected against error, false doctrine and bad churches.
Should I be faithful to the fundamental doctrines of historic Christianity?The so-called "doctrine of historic Christianity" is the path that many follow advise, to be free from error. But is this the way forward? Nothing is further from the truth.Before describing the error behind the "doctrine of historic Christianity", we should note why many advise following this path. As said earlier, the religious world has been watching invaded by a number of new religious movements rather strange, not only the Bible, but the old Protestantism. The denominationsWhat doctrine should be faithful?
old and conservative, who strive to be faithful to their creed, are being infected by outbreaks of subjectivism and false manifestations fabulous as various holy laughter and bizarre miracles. That's where various religious organizations belonging to the old Protestantism, making the call for believers to be faithful and persevere in the "doctrine of historic Christianity." The purpose of the call is good and worthy of imitation, but ultimately is asked to live in error. In an error "old" or "historical", but still error.Why I say that is still living in the error, to be faithful to "the fundamental doctrines of historic Christianity"? Well, to understand why this truth, we must ask, what are "the fundamental doctrines of historic Christianity"? The answer is simple. This is the "set of doctrines of historic Protestantism." We must remember that Protestantism began with the reform movement, but it was just that, a reform, not a restore the faith of those who were immersed in the darkness of Roman Catholicism. The truth is that "the fundamental doctrines of historic Christianity," is a phrase that hides the error, and that is not sound doctrine, but of the doctrines taught by Luther, Calvin, and many others. But many of the doctrines of these men are not biblical! Those who persevere in "the fundamental doctrines of historic Christianity," will not persevere in the truth but in error.Here's an example of the fundamental doctrines of historic Christianity:1. The one faith to be saved.2. The inheritance of sin.These two brief examples suffice to show that "the fundamental doctrines of historic Christianity," that is, Protestantism old unbiblical. Does the Bible teach that a man is justified by faith alone? No, "... You see then that a man is justified by works and not by faith alone ..." (James 2:24). The evangelical and so famous phrase, "by faith alone" is found only onceWhat doctrine should be faithful? Lorenzo Salas Luevano3in the New Testament, but, oddly enough, this contradicts biblical phrase "the fundamental doctrine of historic Christianity", ie Protestantism. Now, the Bible teaches that man inherits sin? No, because, "... the son shall not bear the iniquity of the father ..." (Ezq. 18:20). Sin is something we do, not inherited (1 Jn. 3:4). Thus, the ancient doctrines of Protestantism, instead of leading us to the light of truth and protect us from error that prevails around us, leads to doctrines, yes, but good historical false doctrines.Should I be faithful to the different traditions of Orthodox Christianity?There are many others trying to reach safety innovations in sectarianism, decide to be faithful to the different "traditions of Orthodox Christianity." And of course, the word "Orthodox" plays an important role in the decision. But did not realize that the word "orthodoxy" will remain ambiguous, especially with the variety of meanings that exist? For example, the Ocean One Encyclopedic Dictionary, says of orthodoxy, "... Righteousness dogmatic or conformity with Catholic dogma ..." and also, "... in accordance with the fundamental doctrine of any sect or system. .. ". Should we be faithful to the religious traditions of sectarianism? Every sect has "its fundamental doctrines," and each group will present, according to his understanding, "the set of fundamental doctrines" and then claim that fidelity to his doctrine, is an example of orthodoxy.Religious traditions, such as the millennium, the end times, etc.., Primitive Protestantism, does not support what the Bible teaches. So, who is faithful to the different traditions of Orthodox Christianity, will, again, immersed in the error and the confusion of trying to get out.Who will hear the advice?It is true that many people are tired of the sectarianism that error and see around you, but how will get rid of the historic creeds and religious traditions that offer a way to(2 Tim. 4:2), while the doctrine of historic Christianity and 6:3), is healthy (Titus 2:1), is useful for teaching, rebuking, rebuking and exhorting What doctrine should be faithful? Lorenzo Salas Luevano4heaven, but in reality leads to destruction? You must follow the correct advice. Not mine, not that of a preacher, pastor, prophet, guru, enlightened or give angel, but the Bible counsel.What does the Bible say? The Bible says that if we do not follow the correct doctrine, never be able to give our heart and have fences of God (Matt. 15:8, 9). Also urges us not to cling to the traditions of men (Mark 7:8), for the same impede our obedience to God's will. The doctrines of men and their traditions, are but the product of their will, not the will of God (2 Peter 1:21)Be faithful to the doctrine of Christ!We must be faithful to "the fundamental doctrines of early Christianity", or "the various traditions of Orthodox Christianity", but the doctrine of Christ. Those who follow the doctrine of Christ, has God and the Savior (2 Jn.: 9), but who follow the doctrines of Protestantism, or modern sectarianism, not God, since, various doctrines of such movements are not as the Word of God. The doctrine of Christ has authority (Luke 4:32), it is the doctrine of God (John 17:16), but the doctrine of Protestantism old and the new, has no authority, it originates in men, and depends on cunning and use the wiles of error (Eph. 4:14). The doctrine of Christ is to be retained (2 Thes. 2:15), Old Protestantism and modern sectarianism should be rejected (1 Tim. 1:3), because opposes sound doctrine (1 Tim. 1:3 ). The doctrine of Christ is good (1 Tim. 4:6), keeps us in salvation (1 Tim. 4:16), is according to godliness (1 Tim. Traditions of Orthodox Christianity, this accomplishes nothing.CONCLUSIONLet us be faithful to the doctrine of Christ! You will not find a creed, or articles of faith of certain Church nor will be revealed by a prophet, dream or modern gift. Not be found in books on theology, history or certain Church teaching, but only andvolviendoalabiblia.com.mxWhat doctrine should be faithful? Lorenzo Salas Luevano5exclusively, in the New Testament. This is where we find the doctrine to which we must be faithful. That's where infallible creed. That's where the healthy, good, perfect and infallible doctrine. The doctrine of the apostles (Acts 2:42), which is the doctrine of Christ (3 Jn.: 9; Mt 28:18-20), is when we must persevere (Acts 2:42), retain (2 Thes. 2:15), obey from the heart (Rom. 6:17), agree with it (Titus 2:1), adorn (Titus 2:10), caring (1 Tim. 4:16) and not tripped and divisions against it (Rom. 16:17). So, what is true doctrine you? ...Lorenzo Salas LuevanoJanuary, 2007.
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