Archives for May 2017

About Christian Dress and Head Covering (Mainly for Women)

In this video you will hear about my experience with wearing a head scarf as well as some suggestions on how Christian women can cover their hair.

You will also hear some tips on the dress style for women – as well as some advice for men’s appearance too.

I’ve made this video in response to the previous video which you can watch here.

Should Christians Observe Sabbath Part 2

Watch part 1 here.

In this video I summarize my research on whether Christians should celebrate Sabbath and explain my decision with regards to it. I also talk about why I decided to wear a head covering.

In the video I also talk about an added word to our bibles that misleads people on two important points – Jesus’ resurrection as well as the day of early church gathering.

God is Merciful And Long-Suffering

After emperor Domitian’s death the Roman senate decreed to have the persecuted Christians’ goods restored and those that were unjustly expelled from their homes were allowed to return. Apostle John, therefore, returned from the isle of Patmos and became the governor of the churches of Asia.

During this time an event occurred which showed the character of John and provided a lesson to all the Christians.

Eusebius tells this story that was recorded by Clement of Alexandria in his narrative titled “What Rich Man is Saved?”: Read more…

Should Christians Celebrate Sabbath?

Watch part 2 here.

In this video I talk about my research on the Sabbath dispute and I also briefly discuss the wearing of makeup as well as head covering for women.

What Early Church Fathers Taught About Salvation

In this video I explain what I’ve found out about the teachings of early church fathers. I mainly describe their teachings about salvation, but I also touch on the topics of Sabbath, replacement theology and rapture.

160 AD Letter Explains How Jesus Fulfilled the Law and the Mystery of Passover

Whilst I was reading original Council of Nicaea documents (which are extremely interesting) I got a little bit sidetracked with the Easter issue.

It was difficult for me to understand how early church fathers would accept Constantine’s suggestion of no longer celebrating Easter on the Jewish Passover (like Christians did up to that council) but to change that to a Sunday celebration.

Constantine reasoned that since Jews were the enemies of Christ, Christians shouldn’t celebrate Passover on the same date as them. That doesn’t make much sense because Jesus died on the Passover, and He became our Passover. Read more…

A Roman Catholic Addition to Our Bibles

In this video I discuss my research into the Greek Majority Text and the later Roman Catholic addition which made it into our KJV Bibles.

Also, here’s the link to the Western Peshitto English translation (which is useful to compare to our KJV), which is the Aramaic Bible referred to in my video. The better one is the Eastern Peshitta but I can’t yet find a good English translation.

It’s better because it’s not modified, whereas the Western one was modified and therefore it has the Comma Johanneum clause, though a note is attached to explain the addition.