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Post  joy on Fri Sep 17, 2010 2:54 pm

THE DOCTRINE OF SIN
*Definition of Sin
*Origin of Sin
*Nature of Sin
*Universality of Sin
*Exerding Sinfulness of Sin
*Consequences of Sin
*Imputation of Sin
*Kinds of Sin
*Methaphors of Sin
*Christians Sin
*Lessons for Sin
*Ultimate and Final Victory Over Sin

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Post  joy on Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:22 pm

[quote="joy"] THE DOCTRINE OF SIN
*Definition of Sin
*Origin of Sin
*Nature of Sin
*Universality of Sin
*Exerding Sinfulness of Sin
*Consequences of Sin
*Imputation of Sin
*Kinds of Sin
*Methaphors of Sin
*Christians Sin
*Lessons for Sin
*Ultimate and Final Victory Over Sin

1st mentioned of Sin-Gen.4:7;18:20
Final Mentioned of Sin-Rev. 18:5
I.DEFINITION OF SIN- Transgretion of the law
a. Greek Word- "Hamartema"-to miss a mark
b. Greek Word- "Parabasis"- to over step a forbidden line
1John 3:4;Acts 1:25; James 2:11
II. ORIGIN OF SIN
a. The origin of sin in the universe

5 KEY BIBLICAL PASSAGES REGARDING THE ORIGIN OF SIN
1. Ezekiel 28:11-19
2. Isaiah 14:12-15
3. Luke 10:18
4. 1John 3:8
5. Revelation 12:3,4
b. Genesis 2:12-16; 1 Corinthians 15:18-22; Romans 5:12
III. NATURE OF SIN
a. Sin is not eternal
b. Sin is not merely the absence of good
c. Sin is not simply the weakness or frailty of the human flesh
d. Sin has no standard of his own
e. Sin and evil cannot really manifest themselves as such, but must be disguise
f. Sin must not be disguise but..........

5 I's of Satan
1. I will ascend into heaven
2. I will exalt my throne above the stars of God
3. I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation in the sides of the north
4. I will ascend above the heights of the clouds
5. I will be like the most high

g. A feature of evil not usually considered is that it must often strive against itself
IV. THE UNIVERSALITY OF SIN
5 Sources to proved Mankinds Sinfulness
a. The testimony of history-it has been estamated 40 billion human
b. The testimony of conscience
c. The testimony of religions-testify the universal of sin
d. The testimony of scriptures-Romans 3:23; 1 Kings 8:46
e. The testimony of our children

Conscience-the sence of what is right or wrong in one's conduct or motives impelling one toward right action
Conviction-the act of convicting,the state of being covicted,pronouncement of guilt,positive belief

Personal Statements:
a. Pharaoh
b. Balaam- Numbers 22:34
c. Achan- Joshua 7:20
d. Saul-1Samuel 26:21
e. David- 11Samuel 12:13
f. Job- Job 7:20;27:6;40:3,4:42:6
g. Prodigal Son- Luke 15:21
h. Judas- Matthew 27:4

V. THE EXCEEDING SINFULNESS OF SIN
3 Major Proofs
1. The angelic Proof-Isaiah 14:12-15;Ezekiel 28:11-19
2. The human proof
3. The divine proof

VI. THE CONSEQUENCES OF SIN
A. Upon Luziper
1. Immediate consequence
2. Future consequence of Luziper- Matthew 25:40,41

B. Upon Man- physical and Spiritual death
Death-theological meaning(separation)
1. Physical death-(Gen. 5:4; Ps. 90:10; John 19:30)
Methuselah-the oldest man(969yrs. old)-Gen. 5:27
2. Spiritual death-Matthew 7:23;25:41; Rev. 2:19; 21:8

WHAT SIN DOES TO MAN?
a. Dulls man's ears-Acts 28:27
b. Darken's his eyes-Ephessians 4:18
c. Diverts his feet- isaiah 53:6
d. Defiles his tongue- Romans 3:13,14
e. Deceive his heart- Jeremiah 17:9
f. Devour's his intelect-1 Cor. 2:14
g. Dooms his soul- Ezekiel 13:4

C. Upon nature- Romans 8:19-22
D. Upon the Holy Angels- 1 Cor. 4:9; 1 Tim. 5:21; Gal. 3:19; 1Peter 1:12;Hebrew 1:14
E. Upon God Himself-John 5:19;9:4; Phippians 1:6

VII. THE IMPUTATION OF SIN- Romans 4:8
imputation-act of one person
a. The Liberal Position
b. The Pilogian Position
c. The Arminian Position
d. The Augustinian Position-Romans 5:12,18

VIII. THE KINDS OF SIN
a. Sin of ignorance- Luke 23:34;Rom. 2:12; Jn. 19:11; 1Tim. 1:12,13
b. Sin of informity- Ps. 19:12; 103:10,14; Rom. 14:23; Matt. 26:4
c. Sin of carelessness- Ps. 39:1; Deut. 11:16; 1Cor. 8:9;10:12; Heb. 2:1
d. Sin of presumption- Ps. 19:13' 11Pet. 2:10; Rom. 1:32
e. Unpadonable Sin- Matt. 12:31,32; Gen. 6:3
f. Sin unto death- 1Cor. 11:30; 1 Jn. 5:16; Heb. 6:4-10; 10:26-30

IX. THE METHAPHORS OF SIN
a. Sin is poisonous (like a viper)- Ps. 140:3; Matt. 23:33
b. Sin is stubborn (like a mule)- Job 11:12
c. Sin cruel (like a bear)- Dan. 7:5
d. Sin is destructive (like conquer worn)- Joel 2:25
e. Sin is unclean (like a wild dog) Prov. 26:11
f. Sin is cunning (like a fox)- Like 13:32
g. Sin is fearce (like a wolf)- Jn. 10:12
h. Sin is devour (like a lion)- Ps. 22:13; Dan. 7:4
i. Sin is filty (like swine)

X. THE CHRISTIANS SIN
The Effect of Sin
1.The loss of life- 1 Jn. 1:6
2.The loss of joy- Ps. 51:12;Jn. 15:11; Gal. 5:22; 1Jn.1:4
3. The loss of peace- 1Jn 3:4-10
4. The loss love- 1Jn 2:5;4:12
5. The loss fellowship- 1Jn 1:3,6,7
6. The loss of confidence- 1Jn 3:19-22
7. The possible loss of health and even physical life- 1Cor. 5:17;11:30

The Preventives Against Sin
1. The Word of God- Ps.119:11;Jn 15:7;17:17;11Tim. 16:17
2. The intersession of the Son of God- Luke 22:32;Jn. 17:15; Rom. 8:34
3. The ministry of the Holy Spirit of God-Zech. 4:6; Jn. 7:37-39

XI.THE REASONS FOR SIN
a. God Created both the angels and men as intelligent creatures possesing moral nature
b. God allowed man to sin display his grace "Where there is no sin there is no need of grace"

XII. THE ULTIMATE AND FINAL VICTORY OVER SIN
1Cor. 15:25-28;Heb. 12:22-24;11Pet. 3:7-13;Rev. 20:11-15



DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH
(Ephess ians 6:11,16)

I. The meaning of the word "CHURCH"
Greek word:
Church- Ekklesia- Derive from the verb "ekkaleo"
ek-out
kaleo-call
Qahal-congregation,assembly,company(Hebrew Word)
-which is found 100 times in Old Testament

Gatherings For Qahal

1. Evil Councel- Gen.49:6; Ps. 26:5
2. Civil Affairs- 1 Kings 12:3; Pvo. 4:14
3. War- Num.22:4; Judges20:2
4. Religious Worship of God- 2Chro.20:5; Ps.89:5

CHURCH is composed of scripturaly baptized men and women, Believers of Jesus Christ baptized in a
Local New Testament Church.

Acts 19:32- 114 occurances in the New Testament with 5 exceptions Acts 7:38;19:32,41;Heb.2:12

HINDUISM-oldest Church

II. Origin of the Church
Different views of the Origin of the Church
1. It began with Adam-Gen.3
-Dr. Earl Radmacher
-R.B Kuiper
2. It began with Abraham-Gen. 12, most covenant of theologians
3. It began with John The Baptist-Matthew 3;28:19
4. It began with Jesus Christ
a.at the call of the 12 apostles- Matthew 10
b. with Peter's confesion-Matthew 16:18
c. with the Last Supper-Matthew 26;Mk. 14; Lk.22;Jn.13
d. on the 1st easter sunday night after Jesus resurrection-Jn. 20,21,22
5. It bagan with Paul-Acts 9

III. Nature of the Church

What the Church is not?
A. The church considered on a negative new point.
1. It is not new name for Israel.

Arguments Supporting This View
a. The promisses are different.
b. The seed is different.
c. The birth are different.
d. The nationality is different.
e. The relationship of the father is different.
f. The relationship with the son is different.
g. The relationship with the Holy Spirit is different.
1 Cor. 6:19- our body is the temple of theHoly Spirit.
h. The temple is different-1 Cor.10:32

2.It is not the kingdom-Ephessians4:12;Acts 15:16
3.It is not a building composed of wood,nails,breeks and mortals.
4.It is not a state or National Organization.
5.It is not a denominational Organization
6.It is not what deliberal theologiansay it is.
7.It is not the Roman Catholic thelogian say it is
8.It is not what the neo-liberal theologian say it is.
9.It is not what the neo-orthodox theologain say it is.
10.It is not what the neo-evngelical theologian say it is.

B.The Church considered from apossitive new point.

What The Church Is?
1.The ekklesiaof New Testament Church refers only to those geographical groups of baptized believers who regularly assemble, led the pastors and deacons, for the puspose of worship, instruction,fellowship and evangelism.
2.The ekklesia of the New Testament refers primarily to that invisible body of Christ, compose of all believers, saved from the day of Pentecost to the rapture.
3.The ekklesia of the new Testament embraces both the total body of Christ(including living and departed believers) and individual Local Assemblies, with the emphasis being placed on the later meaning.
1 Cor. 15:19;Gal. 1:13; Eph. 5:25-32;Heb.12:23;Rev. 19:6-9

IV. The Purpose of The Church
A.It's purpose considered from a negative new point.
1.The purpose of the Church is not to save the world.-Matthew 13:33
2.The purpose of the church is not to serve the world.
3.The purpose of the church is not to attempt to rule the world, as it did during Europes dark ages.
4.Is not to fight the world.
5.Is not to immitate the world.
6.Is not to isolate itself from the world.

B. It's purpose considered from a possitive newpoint.
The Manifold Resposibilities and Tasks of the Church
1.It is tolove god-Rev. 2:4
2.It is to glorify God-Eph.1:5,6,11,12,14;3:21; 11 Thess.1:12
a.we glorify God through our praise and prayer-Ps.50:23;Jn.14:13;Heb.13:15
b.through our faith bearing
c.through our giving-Phil.4:18;Heb.13:16
d.through our preaching and ministry- 1 Pet.4:11
e.through our loving-Romans 15:5,6
f.through our acknowledging of God's Son-Phil.2:9-11
g.through our believing of God's word-Romans4:20
h.through our suffering-Jn.21:18,19; 1 Peter 4:14-16
i.through our witnessing-11 Thess.3:1


DOCTRINE OF THE BIBLE
I.How the Bible create into Being
II.Views on The Bible
III.What Great Personalities Have Said About the Bible
IV.Symbols for the Bible
V.The Supreme Authority of the Bible
VI.How the Sixty-six Booksof the Bile WereCollected and Preserve
VII.Important Historical Translation of the Bible
VIII.Proofs that the Bibleis the Word of God

Everybody Knows the Bible has been and continues to be the world's best seller, but not everybody knows just how this amazing book came down to us today.

3 Methods God Used in Completing the Bible also known:
1. Revelation:From God to Man
2. Inspiration:From Man to Paper
3. Illumination:From Paper to Heart

I.Revelation-Hebrews 1:1
A.He often spoke to men through angels. consider:
*Angels reassured Abraham of the Birth of Isaac and informed him of God's decision to detroy Sodom.(Gen.18)
*Angels warned Lot to flee Sodom before the awful destruction took place (Gen.19).
*The angel Gabriel explainedthe nature of the tribulation to Daniel (Daniel 9:21-27).
*Gabriel informed Zachariashe would have a son who would become the forerunner of Christ (Luke 1:11-20)
*An angels announced the resurrection of Christ to some women (Mt. 28:5-7)
*Angel announced the birth of Christ to the shepherds (Luke 2:8-14)
*An angel directed Philip to the seeking eunuch (Acts 8:26)
*An angel directed Peter out of a Roman prison (Acts 12:7-10)

B.He spoke to menthrough a loud voice.
1. He spoke directly to Adam-Gen. 3:9-19
2. He spoke directly to Noah-Gen. 6:13-21
3. He spoke directly to Abraham-Gen. 12:1-3
4. He spoke directly to Moses-Ex. 20:1-17
5. He spoke directly to Joshua-Josh. 1:1-9
6. He spoke directly to Samuel-1 Sam.3:1-14
7. He spoe directly to Nathan, about David-2 Sam. 7:4-16
8. He spoke directly to Elijah-1 Kings17:2-4
9. He spoke directly to Jeremiah-Jer. 1:4,5

C.He spoke to men through a still, small voice (1 Kings 19:11,12; Ps. 32:Cool
D.He spoke to men through nature (Ps. 19:1-3; Acts 14:15-17; Rom. 1:18-20)
E.He spoke to one man through the mouthof an ass (Numbers 22:28).
F.He spoke to men through dreams.
G.He spo0ke to men through visions.
H.He spoke tp men through christophanies.







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