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    Default Brannon Howse radio: how John 6:54 and Matthew 18:15-17 and Matthew 16;19 are twisted by some

    Twisted Scriptures Twisted Theology (Program #2) Brannon explains how the following verses are taken out of context and explains the correct context.

    Verse: I Peter 3:18: Why this verse does not teach that Jesus spent three days in hell after his crucifixion.

    Verse: I Peter 3:19 does not teach that man is saved through water baptism.

    Verse: John 6:54 does not confirm the Catholic teaching of transubstantiation and has nothing to do with communion.

    Verse: Matthew 18:15-17 has nothing to do with the requirement to go to a public figure before talking about the unbiblical nature of their book or public comments.

    Verse: Matthew 16:19 and Matthew 18:18 does not teach that Christians are to bind Satan or demons.

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    Default Re: Brannon Howse radio: how John 6:54 and Matthew 18:15-17 and Matthew 16;19 are twisted by some

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    Twisted Scripture, Twisted Theology (Part #3)


    Verse: Hebrews 12:1-3 is often used to say that people in heaven are the cloud of witnesses watching us as we run the Christian race. Why is this not correct and what is the true meaning of these Scriptures?

    Verse: Philippians 4:13 is a verse used by athletes and others to declare that they can accomplish a certain goal or objective. However, what is the correct meaning of this verse and why does it not apply to winning a football game or getting the corner office?




    Verse: Matthew 7:1 is perhaps the most misquoted verse and it is often used silence those that are speaking Biblical truth. One way we know this verse is not a prohibition against judging includes the fact that in this very chapter, Jesus Himself calls certain people pig, dogs, and wolves in sheeps clothing.



    Verse: Romans 8:18-23 is a passage of Scripture that is used by the New Apostolic Reformation to speak of a special generation that will be spiritually evolved and establish Gods kingdom and that creation is groaning for the revealing of the sons of God;


    which they declare will be this special generation. Why is this interpretation completely wrong and what is the meaning of Romans 8:18-23?

    Verse: Matthew 16:19, 18:18 and Luke 11:21-22 is often used to say that Christians are to pray and bind Satan or demons but they are wrong. What is the correct meaning of these verses?




    Verse: Philippians 2:6-7 is used by many false teaches to say that Jesus Christ came to earth as a man and later became God. This teaching is known as Kenotic Theology.


    What is the correct interpretation of Philippians 2:6-7?




    Topic: We take your calls including a caller from Arizona that want to know the correct meaning of Mark 10:27 that says that with God all things are possible.


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    Default Re: Brannon Howse radio: how John 6:54 and Matthew 18:15-17 and Matthew 16;19 are twisted by some

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    Twisted Scripture, Twisted Theology (Part #4)


    Verses: Luke 10:27 and Matthew 22:37-40. Are Christians to love themselves?

    Verses: Joel 2:28-29.


    These verses are often used by individuals to claim that they are receiving visions from the Lord today and that they are prophets.


    What is the Day of the Lord? Understanding the meaning of this technical langurage helps us understand that this is not for today.


    Why do many scholars believe this passage is speaking to the nation of Israel?



    Verses: 2 Peter 3:10, I Thessalonians 5:2-5 and Matthew 24:43 are often used to describe the rapture as coming as a thief in the night. Why are these verses not referring to the rapture?


    Verses: 2 Peter 3:8. This verse is often used to declare that God could have taken 6,000 years and not six days to create everything we see in Genesis 1.


    Why is this an incorrect use of this passage and what is the context?


    Verse: Psalm 46:10 is a verse that is often used to justify contemplative prayer.

    Psalm 46:10 has nothing to do with praying.


    Verse: I Kings 19:9-14 and the still small voice of God that speaks to Elijah is often used by people today to say that they too need to hear this still small voice of God.

    Why are these verses not applicable to today’s Christians?


    Topic: We take your calls.


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    Default Re: Brannon Howse radio: how John 6:54 and Matthew 18:15-17 and Matthew 16;19 are twisted by some

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    Twisted Scripture, Twisted Theology (Part #4)


    Verses: Luke 10:27 and Matthew 22:37-40. Are Christians to love themselves?

    Verses: Joel 2:28-29.


    These verses are often used by individuals to claim that they are receiving visions from the Lord today and that they are prophets.


    What is the Day of the Lord? Understanding the meaning of this technical langurage helps us understand that this is not for today.


    Why do many scholars believe this passage is speaking to the nation of Israel?



    Verses: 2 Peter 3:10, I Thessalonians 5:2-5 and Matthew 24:43 are often used to describe the rapture as coming as a thief in the night. Why are these verses not referring to the rapture?


    Verses: 2 Peter 3:8. This verse is often used to declare that God could have taken 6,000 years and not six days to create everything we see in Genesis 1.


    Why is this an incorrect use of this passage and what is the context?


    Verse: Psalm 46:10 is a verse that is often used to justify contemplative prayer.

    Psalm 46:10 has nothing to do with praying.


    Verse: I Kings 19:9-14 and the still small voice of God that speaks to Elijah is often used by people today to say that they too need to hear this still small voice of God.

    Why are these verses not applicable to today’s Christians?


    Topic: We take your calls.


    Brannon Howse: Aired July 29, 2013 | Worldview Weekend



    btw:


    Brannon makes reference to False Prophets like Lou Engle and Cindy Jacobs

    during this show
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    Default Re: Brannon Howse radio: how John 6:54 and Matthew 18:15-17 and Matthew 16;19 are twisted by some

    Twisted Scriptures Twisted Theology (Program #5): Brannon starts the program by answering the question from a caller from program #4.


    The question was if Joel 2 is referring to Gods spirit being poured out on all flesh or on just the children of Israel. Joel 2 appears to be written specially to the children of Israel as we read in Zechariah 12:10.


    There are several interpretative challenges in Joel 2 and theologians disagree as to whether Joel 2:28-31 occurs during the tribulation or during the millennium.

    Brannon explains why he believes it is during the tribulation. However, the Joel 2 text is clear that this is not today. Thus, dont let people use Joel 2 to justify visions, dreams, and extra-Biblical revelation as being for today.




    Verses: Mathew 18:16-17 is often used by the Word of Faith proponents to claim that healing and salvation go hand in hand. Hear an audio of Benny Hinn making such a statement.

    Why is Benny Hinn and the Word of Faith wrong and what is the correct interpretation of Mathew 18:16-17




    Verse: I Peter 4:6: This passage is used to say that people that have died will get a second chance at hearing and responding to the gospel. Why is this a twisted interpretation and what is the correct interpretation?





    Verse: Psalm 105:9: This verse is used today as an attempt to silence the critics of false teachers.


    However the text is speaking of prophets and today we dont have prophets; that office is closed. Topic: We take your calls.


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    For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also (Matthew 6:21)

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    Default Re: Brannon Howse radio: how John 6:54 and Matthew 18:15-17 and Matthew 16;19 are twisted by some

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    Twisted Scriptures, Twisted Theology (Part #6)


    Verse: 1 Corinthians 15:22 is often used to claim that all people will be saved and no one will go to hell.


    What is the correct meaning of this verse and what other passages of Scripture confirm the meaning?




    Verse: II Peter 1:4 is used to declare that individuals are divine or are little gods.


    Brannon explains that being partakers of the divine nature of Christ is not the same as being a possessor.

    What other Scripture passages confirm this interpretation?







    Verses: Matthew 25:34-43 is often used out of context to say that Christians need to give their money away to the unsaved poor.


    What is the context of these verses and to whom is Jesus Christ speaking and who is He speaking about?


    Acts 3:6 is another example we can look at as Peter and John did not give money to the beggar at the gate of the temple but offered him something far better.


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    Twisted Scriptures Twisted Theology (Program #7)


    Verses: Acts 2:44-46, Acts 4:34-36, Acts 5:1-5. These verses do not teach socialism, redistribution of wealth, elimination of private property or communal living by this New Testament Church in Acts.



    This church in Acts is often used by liberals to say that Christians should embrace redistribution of wealth but they are wrong and they are twisting the Scriptures.



    I Corinthians 16:2 is further evidence that Christians of that time did in fact own private property. These Christians would sell property as needed to meet the needs of their fellow believers.



    These verses also show us that this church, which is being commended, was gathering for church on Sunday and not Saturday.


    It is a myth to say that New Testament believers today attend church on Sunday because we are following a practice established by the Church of Rome. 2 Corinthians 9:7-8 tells us that we are not to give out of compulsion.



    Verse: 2 Thessalonians 2:7: This verse does not teach that the Holy Spirit will be removed during the tribulation as some teach. The Holy Spirit does remove His restraining influence but not His presence.



    One reason we know this is because the Holy Spirit is necessary for salvation as described in John 3:5-6 and Titus 3:5.

    There will be great multitudes becoming believers during the tribulation as described in Revelation 7:4, 7:9, and 7:14.





    Verse: Matthew 24:14 does not teach that all the people groups of the world must be reached before the rapture can occur as some teach.


    Matthew 24:14 is referring to the Second Coming.


    While we desire to reach as many as possible with the Gospel even during the tribulation this is going to be done through incredible supernatural means that are not available to us in this Church Age.


    In fact, Revelation 14:6 tells us that an angel will preach from the heavens to every nation, tribe, tongue, and people.


    Verse: Philippians 12:12 does not teach that man must work for his salvation.


    Brannon begins to address this in this program and will complete his study on this with you in program #8.


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    Default Re: Brannon Howse radio: how John 6:54 and Matthew 18:15-17 and Matthew 16;19 are twisted by some

    Twisted Scripture, Twisted Theology (Program #8)


    Verse: Philippians 2:12 is a verse that has been used by some to declare that salvation requires works but “working out your salvation” is not about earning one’s salvation which Ephesians 2:8-9 declares is not possible. Philippians 2:12 is discussing sanctification, obedience, and perseverance.


    Brannon takes you to I Corinthians 9:24-27, Matthew 24:3, Colossians 1:22-23, Philippians 3:12-16, I John 2:19 and II Timothy 2:12 to use scripture to interpret scripture.




    Verse: Mark 16:16 reads “He who believes and is baptized will be saved.” Why is this verse not saying baptism is needed for salvation?




    Verse: John 3:5. When Jesus told Nicodemus he must be born of water and the Spirit what did Jesus mean by water?

    Was Jesus talking about the water of a pregnant women and her “water” breaking? Was Jesus talking about baptism or Jewish ceremonial washing or the spiritual washing of the spirit that occurs at the point of salvation?



    Topic: We take a call from a mother that rejoices over the salvation of her 32 your old son. This mother gives a powerful testimony that encourages parents to not give up on loving their prodigal children and to not stop praying for them or speaking Biblical truth to them

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    Default Re: Brannon Howse radio: how John 6:54 and Matthew 18:15-17 and Matthew 16;19 are twisted by some

    Twisted Scriptures, Twisted Theology (Program #9)

    Verses: Mark 9:38-40 has been used by some to say that someone like Glenn Beck is for us because he is not against us or against Christianity but this an incorrect use of these verses?


    In addition, we need to ask if these verses were confirming that that this unidentified man was casting out demons or doing miracles.

    Why are these important questions in relation to a consistent theology on signs wonders and casting out demons?




    Verses: Matthew 18:20. This verse that has to do with church discipline yet it is often used to say that we have to have at least two Christians present in order for the Lord to be among us.



    Verse: Acts 2:38 reads repent, and let everyone be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins

    This is the proof text that many use to say that baptism is required for salvation.


    However, this verse is also a great example for the need to own a good set of Bible commentaries, a concordance, and to look up the wording in the original language, including the preposition which can change the complete meaning of a verse.


    Why is the verse not declaring that baptism washes away sins? If Baptism saves then why was Simon the sorcerer called an unbeliever even after he was baptized?




    Acts 10:47-48, reveals that the Holy Spirit filled the new believers after salvation and before being baptized not after being baptized.

    Verses: Acts 21:1-7 is about the widows mites which is often used by some pastors to manipulate their congregation into giving sacrificially.

    The widow is often used as a positive example to be followed but this is a completely unbiblical admonishment.

    In these verses the Lord is calling out the false religious system and the judgment that was to come.


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    Twisted Scriptures, Twisted Theology (Program #10)


    Verse: Luke 6:38 contains the phrase, pressed down, shaken together, and running over is often used by the prosperity preachers but this verse has nothing to do with money.


    Brannon explains the true context. Verses: Mark 4:20 and Matthew 13:23 is used by the prosperity preachers to manipulate people into sowing their financial seed with them and receive a return of some hundredfold, some sixty some thirty.


    Once again, these verses have nothing to do with money and Brannon explains the true context.


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