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Gospel Conviction and Law Condemnation (guilt) Are Different!

I cannot impress upon people that this is the root issue with true believers and those who think they believe but don't. That doesn't mean that getting the doctrine right makes one a true believer, but getting it wrong shows unbelief and false confessions.

So, gospel conviction is true doctrine. Law guilt is not the same as gospel conviction, yet the foundation of Protestant and Catholic teaching is that law conviction brings true repentance, Godly repentance. That is a false teaching from the pit of hell.

These religious organizations have condemned themselves by the uniform teaching they have that law condemnation is the same as gospel conviction of unbelief.

And they deceive many.

Here is the doctrinal discussion about gospel conviction in my article entitled Gospel Preaching.

Ronald Reagan Was Not as Great a Man as You All Think: From Thatcher Link

Margaret Thatcher Died Today and I Am Not Sorry

This is the Patrick.net link that includes my article. I wanted to blog it because the discussion is a good one. I suggest people read it.

In response to one fellow I said the following, which is an explanation of the Wikipedia passage that reveals Reagan's involvement in the deregulation of housing:


Now, I don't cheer Thatcher's death, but I am not sorry either.
And Reagan? Well, if people knew this they might change their minds about him:
From Wikipedia we get this telling information:
"In 1982, Congress passed the Alternative Mortgage Transactions Parity Act (AMTPA), which allowed non-federally chartered housing creditors to write adjustable-rate mortgages. This bi-partisan legislation was, according to the Urban Institute, intended to "increase the volume of loan products that reduced the up-front costs to borrowers in order to make homeownership more affordable."[128] Among the new mortgage loan t…

Margaret Thatcher: Sermon on the Mound - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sermon on the Mound - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

How many ways can a person speak and condemn themselves to hell? Margaret Thatcher did so here. She said people had free will. They don't. She said Christ had a large influence on Thatcherite reforms, yet she made the rich richer and the poor poorer. She set in motion the housing bubble in the USA.

Libertarianism, which was what Thatcherism was, is godless. It is the religion of self, and teaches that the invisible hand of self interest, or selfishness, ultimately benefits society. Unfortunately, when the wealthy take over banking and offer toxic loans that people can't pay back, self interest and deregulation creates havoc.

For more on libertarianism read my ebook, Libertarianism, the UK Big Bang, and How They Ruined America.

Thatcher was an evil woman, who destroyed the unions when all she had to do was to destroy the excess of unions. Now capital has a big advantage over workers.

And Thatcher put the bankers in charge.…

Christian leaders mourn with Rick Warren over son's suicide | On Faith & Culture

Christian leaders mourn with Rick Warren over son's suicide | On Faith & Culture

Most people see no problem with this. However, Paul said if you sell the gospel you are not approved as a minister. That means Rick Warren and the famous ministers of our time are phony and are not approved. I don't feel sorry for people who get rich off of selling the gospel.

If these people would stop selling the gospel they can publish whatever other books they want for profit.

But until they do they, unfortunately, reap the rewards of this clear and obvious violation of the new Law of Christ.