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Christians Say the Darnedest Things: God is a Black and White Deity

God is a black and white God, we have a line that tells us where the truth is and where false teaching is. That means we know who are the true and false teachers


There is no gray area in the Christian faith because there is no gray area in God.


There is no room for them in the church. There is no such thing as Lutheran, Methodist or liberal, evangelical, and so on, Christian. You are either a Christian who believes God and follows his commands or you are an unbeliever who does not.

There are not 40,000 Christian denominations. There is only one and as Jesus said ‘my sheep hear my voice’. When you are saying the Bible is wrong, etc., you are not hearing Jesus’ voice as he did not correct one thing in the OT (or Hebrew Bible).

All the words in the NT are Christ’s words not Paul’s, Peter’s. James’ and John’s words. The words they wrote came from Jesus via the HS and ultimately from God the father. There is no gray area in Christianity or God.

— Dr. David Tee, whose real name is Derrick Thomas Thiessen, TheologyArcheology: A Site for the Glory of God, Black&White 2, July 26, 2022


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    Actually all the words attributed to Jesus come from anonymous authors, writing mainly in Greek, without access to eyewitnesses, decades after the events purportedly portrayed, working to an agenda that led to the garbled nonsense that is the gospels. The reason there are 40000+ denominations is precisely because even the most devout believers realise, deep down, that there are massive problems and inconsistencies with the claimed words, so all go in different directions. Tee is simply one of those almost countless denominations, whether he thinks it or not.

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    MJ Lisbeth

    Having studied literature, I know that if you are reading a work that is more than 300 years old, it’s unlikely that you are reading the original. Whatever you’re reading probably has kept the original ideas, plots, characters and the author’s style but has probably been altered in some way, however small. Some of those changes were deliberate (i.e., censorship); others are a result of transcription, especially if the work originated as an oral source or in pre-printing press times.

    What I’ve described is doubly true if what you’re reading is a translation. The Bible, of course, meets all of those criteria.

    And, even if we can be certain about the authorship and authenticity of the work in question, we can never read the work literally, let alone according to the author(s)’ intentions. You only have to look at how the Constitution is interpreted and applied to see what I mean. If there were only one correct way to read it, the Supreme Court would have a lot more time on its hands and many law school professors would have to find new jobs!
    And if “God’s”’words were as “black and white” as Tee claims, there wouldn’t be so many interpretations of it, including Tee’s. Heck, if any “holy” text were so “black and white,” most of organized religion wouldn’t exist at all.

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    There are not 40,000 Christian denominations. There is only one

    That’s what they all say — with “and that one is, of course, the one I happen to be an adherent of” being the implicit corollary.

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    If God is such a fan of black and white, why did he bother inventing colors?

    There are so many good comments on this post that I don’t have much to add. When I read what Dr. Tee wrote, I questioned his intelligence.

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