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  1. I have no idea how your communiques started showing up on my computer since I don’t recall subscribing to them. It is not that I object but it is somewhat puzzling. You have asked two questions. “What is ‘the’
    Gospel?” and “Do the COC’s teach Another Gospel”? The answer to the second question is “More than Likely” , but every other brand of church is in the same boat. Probably the first thought that comes to your mind is one man can’t be right, but you had better hope so. However regarding that “few find it”, cannot be otherwise than true, “few” is certainly not in the category of majority.
    The word “gospel” actually means “their message”, ref. Jn. 17:20, in the Bible. If you skim through the NT. NIV. the term “the message” is constantly noted. For a definition “the message” it explains exactly what the Righteousness of God is that Jesus has perfected by being crucified which is what few find. “For unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven.” The people who heard Jesus say this were completely dumfounded.
    There are six facts that are the components which make up the small narrow door that is the entry Way into the kingdom of heaven. A man’s life lost by bloodshed, his resurrection from among the dead, his ascension to God, his installation as the high priest of his God, an addition to the law of God, ref. Rom. 5:20 & Heb. 7:12b, that requires you to surpass the righteousness of the teachers of the law and the Pharisees by obedience of a law. And the oath of God, ref. Heb. 6:17 & Gen. 9:5 NIV, which this addition to the law has codified as statue requiring individual compliance or disobey a law of God for which there is no forgiveness of this particular disobedience possible.
    The error of “the another gospel” is the reversal of Jesus’ crucifixion from an indirect benefit into a direct benefit which it is not. For the crucifixion of Jesus is the sin of murder caused by bloodshed, a violation of law. And by the addition to the law only in regard to his life being lost by bloodshed it became a violation of the whole law of God for the individual who refuses to give a direct account to God relative to the fact of his only begotten son’s life had been lost by bloodshed. If there had been any source of prior knowledge that even hinted that there was any possibility that the crucifixion of Jesus was to be the fact in place for the base of making a change to the law of God he would have never been crucified. 1 Cor. 2:8. Therefore:
    “It is not those who hear the law (which has been added) who are righteous in God’s sight, but it is those who obey the law (which has been added) who will be declared righteous.” For Jesus according to the stated foreknowledge of God’s set purpose for each man too was obedient unto death by crucifixion so that by adding a law combined with God’s oath by combining these two immutable things into one into one he became a life giving spirit. For only to Jesus was it promised “your body shall not see decay” and:
    “And for Your lifeblood I will surely demand an accounting. I will demand an accounting from every animal. And from each man too I will demand an accounting for the life of his fellow man.”
    The narrow process which you must use to save yourself from the wrath of God is the obedience of confessing directly to God that you are sorry Jesus’ life was lost when he was crucified and be baptized into this Way of faith or disobey a law for which no forgiveness is possible regarding that Jesus cannot be crucified again. Jesus did not die in place of anyone, nor was he punished by God for you. For by law crucifying him is an offense of law and after the fact by law it is an offense not to give God the account he demands from each man. His crucifixion has only perfected the righteous Way that you might escape the wrath of God if you have the faith to use it, but there are no exceptions. God does not respect persons.

  2. Theodore,

    I don’t have the ability to add you as a subscriber without your permission and separate confirmation. (Do you ever leave your computer logged on when you’re not around? Maybe someone subscribed for you while you weren’t looking?) But I’m glad to have you as a reader.

  3. Thank you.

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