"The key to understanding the Bible is to look for Jesus in the Bible. Jesus is the hero of the Bible. If you read the Bible and don't find Jesus, re-read it! The Bible has one hero, His name is Jesus; one villain, that is Satan; one problem, that is sin; one solution, that is salvation. That is what the Bible is all about." -Dr. Adrian Rogers

Friday, April 8, 2011

The Man Behind the Quotes (Re-Post)

I posted this particular video once before; but since I have been taking quotes from Adrian Rogers's devotional book Things Every Christian Ought to Know, I thought it important to post it one more time for those that did not get a chance to watch it the first time. In my estimation, Adrian Rogers was the greatest preacher of his time. There is certainly no other preacher of the Gospel that I trust and respect more than this man.

1 comment:

  1. @Tommy,

    > In my estimation, Adrian Rogers was the 
    > greatest preacher of his time. There is certainly 
    > no other preacher of the Gospel that I trust and 
    > respect more than this man.

    Yesterday in your Proof Day No. 2, you quoted Adrian Rogers's devotional book, and I proved you citing the Strong's Exhaustive Concordance (an authoritative book used even in the most prestigious Christian Biblical seminars) that Adrian Rogers was lying.

    If you really are a honest committed Christian: Are you able to acknowledge that I caught Rogers really lying? Are you able to recognize the truth when undeniable evidence is shown in front of you?

    And I like to make a claim: when a person asserts something, and she really believes that claim is true, but she is ignorant that the facts shows that claim is actually false, in that moment, the right qualification is that the person is WRONG. But she is not lying, because she is ignorant about the real truth.

    But when the person know the real facts, and makes a claim that is at odds with the facts knowingly, then that person is not wrong, but it is a LIER.

    That is why I re assert the quote you posted proves Rogers as a LIER, because he is in your own words "the greatest preacher of his time"' therefore he SHOULD BE fully aware of Biblical exegesis and the real origin of the Bible translations and the former Hebrew and koine Greek words that are the basis of the "Word of God". If Rogers is not aware of that then he is a man who is far from being called an honest preacher, and farthest from being the greatest preacher at all, because he is an ignorant. And if instead he is aware, then he is a LIER.

    In both cases, he is not an authority for me after the quote you showed in your previous post. It is an ignorant man in the best case, and a LIER in the worse.

    And what if a person hold a belief, but later found undoubted evidence against her belief, but even with that the person willingly reaffirms and continues sustaining her belief? Then that is a deluded person. And a deluded person is somebody that no one should follow as greatest in no field... Unless that follower is also deluded, wrong, is a lier, or it is fully coned by others.

    If a great man is found beyond any doubt killing somebody, he is a killer. If a great and respectful man is found raping children, he is a rapist. If the greatest man is found beyond any doubt lying, he is anyway a LIER.

    What if after that the followers of that kind of "greatest men" re-publish one or thousand of videos, speeches, quotes or whatever other evidence trying to claim his/her hero is unspoiled?

    The inevitable answer is: it does not matter! Your video (that I actually saw) proves nothing against the fact that the quote you published yesterday from Rogers' book proves him as a LIER.

    If you continue following Rogers' book or any other material from him as any kind of proof of anything after this, even knowing he is a lier, then you, Tommy, are a fully deluded person, somebody that is unable to recognize the truth but instead a person committed to blindly follow other person false teachings.

    If that is the case, I am fully disappointed from you, and I will stop reading your blog or trying to dialog with you, because the time I am expending in that is not worth of it.


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