I’m on TuneIn Radio!

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The Exit Churchianity podcast is now on TuneIn Radio = ) Just download the free TuneIn Radio app on your cellphone and search for the key terms “Exit Churchianity” and viola! Previous podcast episodes are now at your fingertips. Click here to visit the Exit Churchianity TuneIn Radio page.

Surprise — Free Booklet Coming Soon!

Over the years, I’ve lost track of the number of people who have either requested or suggested that I compile my writings and video commentaries into a book.

So why haven’t I written a book yet? What’s the hold up?

I haven’t had the time, space, energy, nor the resources to tackle a writing project–until NOW   🙂

The support, the demand, and the passion to write for God’s glory has always been there, but I wanted to make sure that it was God’s will for me to write a book and that the timing was right. I wanted to make sure that I could focus on a writing project and finish the task before I “put my hand to the plow.”

Well, this past year, things have fallen into place and I finally have all of the right ingredients to write a book.

I’m super excited to announce to you that I have embarked on my first writing project, a FREE booklet titled, “Touch Not God’s Anointed: Debunking Lies that Religious Leaders Teach to Silence Believers and Evade Accountability” 

There are quite a few articles and videos online that do an excellent job of untwisting the misuse and abuse of “Touch not Mine anointed and do My prophets no harm.” But what makes this free booklet different is that not only will it cover that passage of Scripture–it will also expose the most common excuses, arguments, and out-of-context Scriptures used by false prophets and false teachers in the church.

In this short easy-to-understand booklet–“Touch Not God’s Anointed: Debunking Lies that Religious Leaders Teach to Silence Believers and Evade Accountability,” I will compile and debunk some of the most popular errors that false teachers and false prophets use to censor God’s people and avoid answering to anyone.

Please note: This booklet was not birthed out of hatred, contempt, or disrespect for spiritual leaders. It was birthed out of a great respect for spiritual leaders and a desire to see the ministry of spiritual leaders handled with integrity, seriousness, and reverence for God and the Holy Scriptures.

It was birthed out of a commitment to uphold the truth of Scripture in a religious climate where deception is widespread and false teachings often go unchecked.

It was birthed out of a godly jealousy for God’s people and a strong sense of duty to protect them from, and warn them of, false teachers and false prophets who seek to hold them captive and suppress the truth through false teachings.

My desire is to see those who have been led astray and harmed by false shepherds, delivered from religious bondage so that they might follow the Good Shepherd Jesus Christ and enjoy their blood-bought freedom and abundant life.

Above all, this booklet was birthed from a passionate love for Jesus Christ, His Holy Word, and a desire to see Him glorified.

As of now (unless something changes), this booklet will be available in three formats: PDF, EPUB, and print (a small booklet).

The only costs will be the shipping for the print format, the cost of the paper, and the cost of the printing services. If I can cover these expenses out of pocket, I will do so. But if there are times when I am not able to cover these expenses alone, I may set up a crowdfunding site online for others to contribute.

Any potential donations raised on a crowdfunding site will not go in my pocket. I have no desire to make a financial profit from this booklet (making a living off of God’s word goes against my spiritual convictions).

Any potential donations will go towards the costs of shipping for the print format, the cost of the paper, and the cost of printing services. I want as many people as possible to receive this booklet and that may require financial help from time to time.

Any potential donations will be handled with financial transparency and accountability. All costs/expenses and receipts will be posted here for everyone to see.

Did I mention that I already finished the cover design? What do you think? I love it.

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I’m currently writing the manuscript and trying to finish this project as soon as possible. If you follow this blog, you will be the first to know when the booklet is available for order.

After the manuscript is finished, it will be sent off for professional editing. Then after it’s edited, the booklet format will be sent off for printing!

Thank you for stopping by, and please share this link with your friends and family. Don’t forget to click “like” on the Exit Churchianity Facebook page. I’ll keep you guys posted. Talk to you soon   🙂

The Agenda To Mainstream Pedophilia [LIVE Podcast THIS Saturday]

The Agenda To Mainstream Pedophilia

Join me LIVE at 9pm EST this Saturday on Spreaker.com to discuss “The Agenda To Mainstream Pedophilia” — Hope to see you there!

Did The Name “Israel” Come From Isis-Ra-El? [Kemet]

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1000509261001_2152013861001_History-Coroners-Report-King-Tut-SF-HD-768x432-16x9Over the years, I have observed a rise in the belief that Jesus Christ, the Gospel message, the Old and the New Testament Scriptures, and the Christian Faith derived from ancient mythology and ancient pagan religions.

The purpose of this belief is to disparage and disprove Jesus Christ, the Gospel message, the Old and New Testament Scriptures, and the Christian Faith.

The ultimate goal is to discourage professing Christians from believing in Jesus Christ, the Gospel, and the Holy Scriptures, and lure them away from the Christian Faith.

This belief is promoted online typically by individuals who ascribe to secular humanism, New Age philosophy, occult metaphysics, Neo-Paganism, and various forms of “African spirituality” or Afrocentric Neo-Paganism (especially Kemetism, also referred to as “Kemeticism” or “Neterism”).

The purpose of this article is to refute one of the many misleading assertions that are spread on the internet to advance this idea that Jesus Christ, the Gospel message, the Old and New Testament Scriptures, and the Christian Faith derived from ancient mythology and ancient pagan religions.

This particular assertion states that the name “Israel” derived from a combination of the names “Isis,” “Ra,” and “El.”

Maybe you’ve seen it promoted in images like the one below:

11873538_740873769392754_8484022432474100592_nI’ve actually encountered quite a few people who claimed that the letters “I-s” in Israel came from “Isis” (the name of an ancient Egyptian goddess), and the letters “r-a” in Israel came from “Ra” (the name of an ancient Egyptian false god).

This assertion might sound compelling at first glance, but it’s easily demolished by applying a little logic and critical-thinking skills.

The line of reasoning behind this assertion is that since there’s an “is” in both “Israel” and “Isis” — then these two names must be related to each other, and the name “Israel” must have come from the name “Isis.”

This line of reasoning is flawed for two reasons.

  1. Just because two words contain the letters “i-s,” that doesn’t mean they are related to each other and derived from the name “Isis.”

For example, the name “Mississippi” has an “is” in it. Does this mean that the name “Mississippi” is related to and derived from the name “Isis”? Of course not.

The name “Mississippi” came from the word “Messipi,” which is the French rendering of the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe or Algonquin) name for the river, “Misi-ziibi” (meaning “Great River”).

The word “is” has the letters “i-s” in it as well. Does that mean the word “is” is related to and derived from the name “Isis”? Nope.

If you’ve ever taught or studied Language Arts, then you know that just because two words contain the same letters, that doesn’t mean they are related to each other or that one derived from the other.

2. The name “Isis” is an English word. It is the English rendering of the Greek name “Aisis” which is Greek for “Aset” (the Egyptian name spelling of Isis).

The English name “Isis” obviously didn’t exist at the time of Jacob when God named him named Yisrael. So it is erroneous to state that the ancient Hebrew name “Yisrael” came from an English word when the English language didn’t even exist at that time.

Did The “r-a” in Israel Come From The Name Of The Ancient Egyptian Idol “Ra”?

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There is no historical evidence to substantiate the belief that the “r-a” in Israel came from the name “Ra.” Zero proof. None. Zip. Zilch. Nada.

Just because two words contain the letters “ra,” that doesn’t mean they are related to each other or derived from the name “Ra.”

The word “ran” contains the letters “ra.” Does that mean the word “ran” is related to or derived from the name “Ra”? Of course not. The word “ran” is the past tense of the word “run.”

The “ra” in Israel comes from the same primitive root as the “ra” in Sarah’s name — meaning “to contend, have power, contend with, persist, exert oneself, persevere, to prevail, to have power (as a prince).” (Strong’s Hebrew Lexicon H8280)

The “el” in Israel is the shortened form of “elohim” which has multiple meanings depending on the context: “God Almighty, god-like one, mighty one, mighty men, men of rank, mighty heroes, angel, false god, (demons, imaginations), mighty things in nature, strength, power.” (Strong’s Hebrew Lexicon H3478)

The connection between the name “Israel” and ancient Egyptian idols is imaginary and mythical. It doesn’t exist. People are making things up as they go and creating false connections based on a presupposition that the Christian Faith originated from ancient Egyptian mythology.

Followers of Kemet are attempting to cash in on phonetic similarities without philological justifications for it. And based on an English transliteration at that. Kinda New Agey.

The patriarch Jacob and his progeny did live in Egypt. However, God had already named him Yisrael long before he moved to Egypt.

There is some debate over the exact meaning of the name Israel. However, one thing is safe to conclude from both Biblical history and the secular historical record — the name Israel did not come from the names of ancient Egyptian idols.

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Did The Ten Commandments Come From The Ancient Egyptian Book Of The Dead?

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Over the years, I have observed a rise in the belief that Jesus Christ, the Gospel, the Old and New Testament Scriptures, and the Christian Faith were plagiarized from ancient Egyptian mythology.

A number of claims are made in an attempt to substantiate this belief. For example:

“Jesus is a pagan copy of Horus”

“The 10 commandments came from the ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead [also called the 42 Principles of Ma’at]”

“The stories of the Bible were borrowed from Kemet” [the term “Kemet” is the name of ancient Egypt in Egyptian]

Many other assertions are made, but the overarching belief is that the Christian Faith is a stolen religion which evolved out of ancient Egyptian mythology.

This belief is disseminated online mainly by individuals who ascribe to secular humanism, New Age philosophy, occult metaphysics, Kemetic [Egyptian] religion, and other forms of alternative African spirituality.

The purpose of this belief is to invalidate and discredit our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the Gospel, the Old and New Testament Scriptures, and the Christian Faith.

The aim is to dissuade professing Christians from believing in Jesus Christ, the Gospel, and the Holy Scriptures, and ultimately lure them away from the Christian Faith.

Where Does This Belief Come From? What Is Its Origin?

The belief that Jesus, the Gospel, the Old and New Testament Scriptures, and the authentic Christian Faith were plagiarized from ancient Egyptian mythology doesn’t trace back to one sole origin, source, or founder.

Instead, it is a converging blend of theories from various Western European authors dating back to the late 18th century. The most influential theory being the Christ myth theory which you can read about by clicking here.

The materials below are often-cited as “historical documentation” and “factual support:”

-The Anacalypsis by Godfrey Higgins

-The World’s Sixteen Crucified Saviors (or Christianity Before Christ) by Kersey Graves

-The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold by Acharya S

-Suns of God: Krishna, Buddha and Christ Unveiled by Acharya S

-Christ in Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection by Acharya S

-Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World (Gerald Massey)

-Christianity Before Christ by John G. Jackson

-Zeitgeist: The Movie

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Many of the assertions that were made in these materials have been debunked and dismantled by historians, Bible scholars, Egyptologists, Christians and nonChristians alike.

But unfortunately, many others have swallowed these assertions hook, line, and sinker and pass them on as if they’re the absolute truth.

While there may be some inconsequential similarities between ancient Egyptian mythology and the Christian Faith — these inconsequential similarities are overshadowed by fundamental differences between ancient Egyptian mythology and the teachings of Jesus Christ.

When I compare the teachings of Jesus Christ to ancient Egyptian mythology on some of the most important theological subjects, such as: the origin of all life, the nature of God, the nature of man, God’s relationship to man, the worship of God, death and the afterlife — I find that the two are drastically different and in many cases, diametrically-opposed to one another.

When it comes to life’s biggest questions, ancient Egyptian mythological beliefs are at odds with the Lord Jesus Christ and His teaching.

Instead of finding significant parallels, theological harmony, and striking similarities — I find stark contrasts, conflicts, and incongruity.

As such, the belief that Jesus, the Gospel, the Old and New Testament Scriptures, and the authentic Christian Faith were plagiarized from ancient Egyptian mythology is baseless, utterly absurd, and without merit.

From time to time, I will be posting articles and podcasts dismantling this belief.

The podcast below dismantles the false assertion that the 10 commandments originated from the Egyptian Book of the Dead.

 

[PODCAST] Pulpits, Pews, and Predators: Acknowledging The Problem

The purpose of this series is to raise awareness about child sexual predators in the church and inform Christians on how to recognize the signs of a child sexual predator in sheep’s clothing and prevent their children from becoming a victim.

The first installment in this series is about acknowledging that there IS a serious problem. This is the first step in combating child sexual predators.

Tune in, get informed, and spread the word!

http://www.spreaker.com/user/exitchurchianity/episode-3-pulpits-pews-and-predators

Gearing Up For Sexual Assault Awareness Month [Pulpits, Pews, & Predators]

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Since April is national Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), I have decided to dedicate the entire month to raising awareness about child sexual predators in the church and informing Christians on how to recognize the signs of a child sexual predator in sheep’s clothing and prevent their children from becoming a victim.

Everyday another mugshot is posted online of an alleged or convicted child sexual predator who masqueraded as a “nice Christian man” and used his ‘godly’ veneer and perceived authority to prey on children.

How can something like this happen in a Christian church?

Why do child sexual predators gravitate to churches, especially leadership positions?

Is child sexual assault in the church as prevalent as the media makes it seem?

What are the signs of a child sexual predator in sheep’s clothing? What red flags should we look out for?

How should we respond to child sexual assault?

What can we do to protect our children and prevent them from becoming victims?

These questions among others will be addressed in the upcoming series “Pulpits, Pews, and Predators.”