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Talking Christianity April 9, 2019 at 2:42 pm

In the Old Testament people gave God many names. Those names were given as a result of what God did at a particular time for them. However, when Jesus came He revealed the rightful name of God. He called God Father! This is very interesting because the father signifies relationship. It shows that we are in a relationship with God and therefore should not work with Him conditionally. There is no condition(s) between God and believers, the believers only relate with Him through the indwelling Spirit.

ND Motsoane August 27, 2019 at 4:26 am

Though I don’t agree on everything the Sacred Movement stands for, I think this is rather a simplistic and twisted version of the sacred name issue and typical of Christian attitude of labelling those who disagree with the their paganism as “cult”. This is how historically many were killed as “heretics” by so called church fathers.

Irrespective of what people called them historically, the father and the son have specific personal names (which convey a specific message) which the corrupt Christian theologians conveniently removed and inserted pagan names. The intention here must be the same as what Babylon did to Daniel and his siblings, i.e. changing their names. Names like God and Jesus have no resemblance to the specific names of the Father and the son. Satan is also a god so this is not a personal name. Let’s not justify Christian paganism by inventing theological reasons for such instead of repenting.

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