Paul's Passing Thoughts

Ten Elementary Principles of the Protestant False Gospel

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on March 19, 2017

One: Justification as a “forensic declaration” is not righteousness apart from the law because it is a legal declaration.  

Two: Justification is only a declaration and not a new state of being.

Three: The Protestant goal of magnifying grace in the Christian life demands more sin so that grace may abound.

Four: The promise of joy resulting in magnifying ongoing grace (salvation) as a result of “deep repentance” is a rejoicing in evil.

Five: Fulfillment of the law by Christ which is then imputed to the “believer” makes the law a co-life-giver with God, but “God is one.”

Six: A law that can only condemn and lead one back to the cross cannot be utilized to love. Hence, the “believer’s” ability to love is circumvented.

Seven: It makes salvation a reward for perpetually returning to the cross rather than a gift.

Eight: The so-called “believer” necessarily remains a slave to unrighteousness in order to magnify the cross.

Nine: The “believer” is unable to obey the biblical command to put sin to death; that would circumvent a “greater sense of one’s sin” which supposedly magnifies grace.

Ten: The biblical goal of sanctification, to utilize one’s body for making holy sacrifices of love to God and others is clearly circumvented.   


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  1. John said, on March 19, 2017 at 12:21 PM

    I can only think of one thing more painful than these ten points: death by paper cuts.

    The New Birth and its wonderful, life-giving properties and realities mean nothing to these deceivers and blasphemers; absolutely less than the personal warm wind everyone feels from time to time. They’d rather worship men, willingly.

    What will it take for people to wake up to this cult? Eventually, every cult bombs out (oops; I mean falls flat or reaches a cacophonous crescendo).

    This abomination’s time will come; may those who have ears, eyes, common sense, and who can think for themselves jump ship in time…


  2. Martin said, on March 19, 2017 at 8:14 PM

    I would like to sum up the Protestant “theology” the following way:

    They are unwilling to fully crucify their fleshly desires and so they promote the “greater sense of one’s sin” because they truly delight in their, mostly hidden, indulgence of the flesh – Colossians 2:20-23.


    • John said, on March 20, 2017 at 1:44 AM

      You’re describing a clever (well, they think so), diabolical “loophole.” Martin, I think you’re making a great point. The proof of your statement is seen everywhere in that movement. (I have seen it.) They are ultimately only fooling themselves, as their entire “theology” is built on the fleshly, worldly things. They may put a “God is sovereign” sticker on it, but their fetish with sin gives them away in that regard.

      Protestantism is a cult, and a huge chunk of its members have no idea that they are cult members.


  3. Susan said, on March 20, 2017 at 8:49 AM

    Do you have a ten point counter comparison somewhere? I am thinking a side-by-side chart of: This is the false Protestant gospel and this is the true gospel of Jesus Christ. I might (in my spare time) make something up like that to better see truth and error side by side. Just a thought.


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