This is a dear friend who was a follower of one of the most famous of all the Hindu god-men for many years. Then he met the one and only real God-man, Christ Jesus. Listen to his testimony.
By Clete Hux – Open article to read in PDF format.
by Baruch Maoz – Open article to read inPDF format.
This is a witnessing tract to help show Muslims the difference in their view of Jesus (Isa) as a Prophet and the Christian of Christ as Lord and Savior using verses from the Qur’an and Bible.
By Craig Branch – There are many Christian leaders and secular writers who are describing the state of decline of our culture. The popular term used to describe this state is postmodernism. Briefly, postmodernism represents a growing rejection of rational empiricism, science, and Christian absolutes, or any objective truth. Relativism and one’s experience or feelings as the … Read More
By Craig Branch – Thirty-nine people (twenty-one women and eighteen men) were recently discovered dead. All but two were ceremonially draped in purple shrouds, in what appeared to be a cult ritual suicide. Was it assisted suicide or was it murder? Their ages ranged from twenty-six to seventy-two. Some had been in the group for … Read More
By Rev. Clete Hux – I offer this in response to Dana Hall McCain’s 4/5/2021 AL.COM article, Alabama’s Fear of Yoga. 1 The first thing that got my attention was the overall subjective nature of her editorial in support of HB 246 that the Senate Judiciary Committee passed 4/7/2021 after the posting of McCain’s article. … Read More
By Craig Branch – Many times I have watched a steady parade of Word-Faith showmen on Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN) and cringed as I saw them manipulate both Scripture and the audience. Seldom is this manipulation more obvious than when they turn to the topic of health and healing. Many of the leaders of the … Read More
By Clete Hux – The Atonement and Word Faith Theology The obvious abuses of the Word-Faith movement concerning the “health” and “wealth” gospel are readily acknowledged by most evangelical Christians. However, the most serious errors of the movement involve the “faith” teachings on the atonement of Christ. Many Word-Faith teachers claim that redeemed man has … Read More
By Rev. Clete Hux – Yoga: Physical exercise or religious spirituality? Legal or illegal? Those are some questions that the State Senate Committee needs to consider with regards to practicing or not practicing yoga in Alabama schools K-12. The Alabama Administrative Code (AAC), Rule 290-040-040-.2 that bans the practice of yoga and meditation in its … Read More
By Rev. Clete Hux – The area of doctrine concerning Christian liberty is known as adiaphora, meaning “things indifferent”– things in personal choices that should not affect an individual’s salvation one way or the other if a person chooses to exercise those choices. These should be things the Bible neither condemns nor approves because they … Read More
By Keith Gibson – The Claim The Book of Mormon professes to be the record of the original inhabitants of the Americas who are descended from the Jews in Israel. These Jews migrated from Jerusalem in approximately 600 B.C., shortly before its destruction. After arriving in the Americas, this small group of individuals became divided … Read More
– By Clete Hux “For they exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.” (Rom. 1:22-23; 25) It should come as no surprise to the spiritually minded that America has become increasingly pagan over the last few decades. Political correctness, … Read More
– By Rev. Clete Hux – Last year the Governor of Alabama and its State School Board members received a communication from Rajan Zed, President of the Universal Society of Hinduism. Pointing out that most public universities of Alabama were already offering some form of yoga, Mr. Zed requested the State of Alabama to end … Read More
By Clete Hux – Positive Confession is the belief that if a believer speaks “spiritual” or “faith-filled” words then he can have what he says. Unfortunately, this influence has invaded the church and continues to cause much turmoil and confusion. Many of the teachers of the word-faith movement believe that words are so powerful that … Read More