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This is the entire chapter 14 from the book "The Voice..."; It's the longest chapter in the book, for the main reason of it's vast content. The book itself has over 2000 questions, but the FAQ's are only nearly 500; making the content irrefutably true. But don't take my word for it, here is the exert from chapter 14:

Chapter 14

TRUTH, FABLE AND THE BIBLE

“Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great
and unsearchable things you do not know,”
~ Jeremiah 33:3

Someone coined the term, “Eternity is too long to be wrong,” quite frankly, I agree.

I would rather ask a lot of questions than to be left in doubt after reading the previous 13 chapters; why not? One poem states,

“I have six honest serving men, They taught me all I knew, Their names? What and Why and How, And When and Where and Who” -Author unknown (Replies to G. Cook –1lordlfaith.org).

The fundamental principles of salvation’s doctrine should be of interest to every professing Christian; or, at least, to every one that really wants to know without a doubt they are saved. This concerns the saving of one’s soul and the many that can be influenced.

Healing is good, miracles are good and some would exclaim money is double good.

I would rather know without a doubt that I’m saved, than to have a flawless record of the demonstration of the power of God, resounding knowledge of his word, pastoral care of the largest assembly in town, television ministry, or even being a wealthy person.

I would rather know for sure that I am saved than to still wonder about the influx of other denominations and different religions. I would rather quench every doubt and schism by searching the scriptures ‘for in them ye think ye have eternal life.’ I would rather validate what a popular preacher said than to readily accept it because of his or her outstanding personality and track records. I would rather seek with my whole heart and being, than wonder about the principles of the doctrine of Christ explained within this book.

As even Paul the Apostle confessed, “Oh, that I may know him.”

There is so much of the word of God that we do not know, and so much that we refuse to look into. The spirit of God came to lead us into all truth.

It is even harder for those of us who have had a long Christian experience without some truth to now embrace it. We are so afraid of anything that is not taught in our particular denomination, and quick to class others as damned heretics, false teachers, or fanatics, without stopping to see whether what is being taught is sound in scripture.

Saul of Tarsus, later Paul, believed that he was doing God a service when he persecuted and bounded the Christians of his day. However, after Jesus appeared and spoke to him, we find him declaring, “after the manner which some call heresy, so worship I the God of my fathers” (Acts 24:14). What a turn around!

God is saying to the body of believers today, “Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know” (Jeremiah 33:3).

However, any thing you perceive to be God speaking to you it must be rooted in the word of God, regardless of how direct or divine it might seem. God will not do anything contrary to his word. He is not the author of confusion. Therefore, “if we or an angel from heaven preach any other gospel unto you ... let him be accursed” (Gal. 1:8).

To aid in answering every possible non-foolish question about salvation, here are several hundred Frequently Asked Questions or F.A.Q; chapter-by-chapter. If they were from some other source, I’ve jotted the work cited under it. In other words, if there is no works cite under an F.A.Q it means the Lord guided my hands in authoring it, as with the rest of the book; basically to defend what was already written in the previous chapters, thanks be to God. The previous chapters and these Frequently Asked Questions should cover every known questions, isms, schisms and queries you should have about salvation. There is no possible question you can think of that is not covered, I guarantee it, if you can think of one, email me at answers @threeq.com.

In addition, this chapter goes into deep details as to the tenets of salvation, and not necessarily needed to gain salvation. Reason being, "Observing the manner in which people of tribal backgrounds, utterly unfamiliar with the gospel story are today receiving the Holy Ghost in great numbers, we are reminded that doctrinal "purity" is hardly a precondition, or even a guarantee of the initial experience of salvation" (M. Bassett). This can be seen on the day of Pentecost, Peter preached one simple sermon and people got saved..

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