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The Endowment of Free Will in Spiritual Things

From True Christian Religion (Appendix) ~ Emanuel Swedenborg

The serpent became more subtle than any wild animal of the field, which Jehovah God had made. He said to the woman, Yea, wherefore hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?

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Emanuel Swedenborg

Exchanging the Truth of God into the lie...


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Many are exchanging the Truth of God into THE lie that the serpent told to the woman in the garden.

The serpent said unto the woman: “you shall not surely die”….which should be literally translated: “dying, you shall not die.” Meaning: By “killing” another with false accusations and slander, you shall not die. 2,326 more words

GENESIS

In Genesis Chapter 1, verse 2 it says God said, “Let there be light sand there was light”.  The majority take this to be the creation of the sun, but it’s not – take a look at verse 16, it is clear in that it says God made two great lights, namely the sun to rule the day, and the moon to rule the night, He also made the stars and set them in the firmament of heaven.   346 more words

Sin Consciousness

Are you conscious of sin? Are you struggling with sin? Are you tired of sin?

The root of sin consciousness is the decision of unbelief to access tree of the knowledge of good and evil (Gen. 1,962 more words

Essays/Teachings

What Was Adam's Forbidden Fruit?

Why is a man’s larynx called an
Adam’s apple?

The term originally came from the notion that the Forbidden Fruit of the Garden of Eden was an apple, and a piece stuck in Adam’s throat when he swallowed it. 1,097 more words

Postaweek

ISIS, Paris and the Fight for Dominance

ISIS this week brought its bloody bully show to the world media stage in the City of Light.  We are saddened and disgusted by the loss of innocent lives in Paris, guilty only of being different.  799 more words

Tree Of Life

Adam and Evil (It's Not My Fault!)

Are humans naturally good or hopelessly evil? Philosophers, theologians, and even scientists have been debating this question for centuries. This brings up other questions as well. 2,222 more words