Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Preaching – Religious Double Talk
Do you ever feel like the church message is full of religious contradictions and double talk? You’re forgiven, but you’re not. You’re not under law, but you are. You’re saved apart from works, but faith without works is dead. He who believes is not judged, but we will all stand before the judgment seat of Christ. In this amusing video we talk about the religious double talk and the confusing Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde sermons being delivered to believers.
Enjoy the following video and then check out the links below and gain insight about some of the verses that are causing stress and bondage in the church today.
The links below answer some of the most popular teachings that are keeping Christians in bondage and masking the grace of God in a web of religion. If the truth doesn’t set you free, then it’s not the truth.
Is too much grace a license to sin?
Will Jesus Tell Believers to ‘Depart From Me’?
What Did James Really Mean by ‘Faith Without Works is Dead’?
Would God Really Spit a Christian out of His Mouth? Lukewarm Christians Debate
The Sabbath. Oh, it’s not What Religion Tell us
When Jesus said “Keep My Commandments” He was not referring to the law
Religion says tithe, but what does God say?
Author: Mike Cynar
Mike Cynar grew up in church and observed that countless people would go to church and then just stop. The church always referred to them as ‘fake Christians’ or ‘backsliders’ but Mike discovered the problem was deeper. The problem was the church message. The message was 90% behavior improvement and how bad you are, with a pinch of who you are in Christ, It was like every sermon was being preached to the church of Corinth. It’s in the Baptist church, Catholic, Pentecost, and most every other church. After discovering the true gospel message and how we are made right with God because of what ‘Jesus did’ (not what ‘we do’) Mike set out to free believers from behavior improvement programs and bring them back to Jesus. The Result – Jesus Without Religion was launched.