Godrulz does not have a biblical worldview.

"...[A]ll the fundamental doctrines related to the incarnation--the Virgin Birth of Christ, His deity, His humanity, and His sinlessness--are part and parcel of who He is. To deny any of those doctrines is to attack Christ Himself..." Full text:  How can we determine what doctrines are essential and what are they? Grace To You

Great Swelling Words by Henry Morris, Ph.D.

"These are murmurers, complainers, walking after their own lusts; and their mouth speaketh great swelling words, having men's persons in admiration because of advantage." (Jude 16)

This picturesque phrase, "great swelling words," is the King James Version translation of huperonkos, which literally means "super-massive," with the implied noun "words" added because of the context.

The word is used only one other time in the New Testament, in the parallel passage in 2 Peter 2:18: "For when they speak great swelling words of vanity, they allure through the lusts of the flesh, through much wantonness, those that were clean escaped from them who live in error."

Both apostles, in context, are warning against false teachers who, after somehow obtaining positions of influence among the spiritually immature believers in the body, would then seek to lead them back into worldly ways of thinking and acting. Peter compares those who heed such words to washed sows going back to wallow in the mire (2 Peter 2:22).

Such teachers may appear very intellectual and charismatic, with their "feigned words" (2 Peter 2:3), promises of "liberty" (1 Peter 2:16), and flatteries (see text above), but it is a deadly mistake to follow them. Both Peter and Jude give various ways by which to recognize them. They may actually deny the redemptive work of Christ (2 Peter 2:1), or seek to undermine those whom God has placed in authority (2:10). Perhaps most commonly, they are interested in worldly gain or prestige for themselves (2 Peter 2:14; Jude 11). They also may practice and encourage carnal lifestyles (Jude 4).

Other characteristics of these deceptive teachers are given in these two key chapters and, by all means, young believers need to be alert to this danger, staying close to God's Word and obedient to His will. HMM link

Godrulz does not answer questions. 


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*discussions prompted by Godrulz' false claim

SD: “ Could he [Jesus] have sinned?

Godrulz: “I believe He could have, but did not…” link

Godrulz rejects Jesus' full deity (Jn 1:1).

He is a modalist.  "All of the Gnostics in the early church propounded the first heresy that He emptied Himself of His deity..." Full text: Phil 2:7,  Col 1:19 J. Vernon McGee

"…[T]here must be added to those conditions the inner and always unforced "yes" or "no" by which the person responds to the situation..." Full text

Understand the spirit of antichrist (1 Jn 4:2-6).


The Jesus test, the gospel test, and the fruit test

It is impossible for God to be tempted by sin (Jas 1:13). Jesus could not have been tempted by sin (Heb 4:14, Jn 1:1). Men who sin are drawn away by their own lust (Jas 1:14).

Sin requires external temptation and internal desire. It takes two to tango. The child of lust is sin and the child of sin is death--the grandchild of sin is death (Jn 10:10). There's the courtship, the consent, the conception and the completion. Sin when it is finished brings forth death (Jas 1:15).

"Jesus didn't have an itch that the devil could scratch." Jas 1:13, Jn 1:1, Heb 4:14 ~ Adrian Rogers


The Blame Game by Adrian Rogers


Godrulz rejects the doctrine of imputed sin (Ro 5:12). 

"...Sin is not genetic, inherited (Godrulz)."


"Sin is not a thing that can be imputed (Godrulz)."




What is sin?


Godrulz rejects the doctrine of depravity (Romans 3:9-18).  "...Physical depravity is [inherited], but not moral depravity (Godrulz)."




Total depravity - is it biblical?


[15 Words of Hope 2 Corinthians 5:21 by John MacArthur] "The Bible makes it clear, first of all, that all people are sinners by nature and by action. In fact, all people are sinners from birth. And thus all people are born alienated from God who is holy, cannot look upon sin, cannot fellowship with sinners. That alienation because of sin prevents us from knowing God. He is too perfectly holy to have anything to do with sinners, except to reject them.


Now the result of that rejection, the result of that alienation in time is Godlessness. The result of it in eternity is hell. So this alienation in to which every human being is born is indeed a serious issue. It means that everybody lives their life without God and if they die in that condition, will spend their eternity without God in torment..." Full text: 15 Words of Hope 2 Corinthians 5:21

"...(1) We are sinners because we commit acts of sin. Also, (2) we’re sinners by nature (sin doesn’t make us sinners, but we sin because we have that nature). (3) We are in the state of sin. God has declared the entire human family under sin. (4) Finally, you and I are also sinners by imputation. That is, Adam acted for the human race because he was the head of it..." Full text: Ro 5:12 J. Vernon McGee

Sin entered into the world by Adam (Ge 3:6,7; Ro 5:12). All men are conceived and born in sin (Ge 5:3; Job 15:14; 25:4; Ps 51:5). All men are shaped in sin (Ps 51:5). Scripture concludes all under sin (Ga 3:22). No man is without sin (1 Ki 8:46; Ec 7:20). Christ alone was without sin (2 Co 5:21; Heb 4:15; 7:26; 1 Jn 3:5).

Godrulz attempts to undermine the gospel of Jesus Christ (Ps 119:160).

"You cannot understand the solution to the problem unless you understand the problem. You can't understand the cure unless you understand the diagnosis. You will never be able to understand God's remedy for this world if you don't understand the malady under which this world lives and functions..." Full text: What is Sin? by John MacArthur

"...If he was sinful as you are, there could be no blood atonement because a holy God would not accept an unholy sacrifice. No blood atonement, no salvation. No salvation, no regeneration. No regeneration, no heaven for you..." Full text: The Portrait of an Apostate

Jesus' sinlessness is essential Christianity (Heb 4:15). His gospel includes his holiness (Isa 35:8). He is the satisfactory solution to our sin problem (Rom. 3:25, 26). Jesus died for our sin (1 Pet. 1:18, 19). He has reconciled God and man (2 Cor. 5:18, 19). He offers the sinner perfect righteousness (2 Cor. 5:20, 21). 

Snakes in the Garden by Adrian Rogers (mp3 right click, open)

[Edited notes Nothing but the Blood by Adrian Rogers] "We inherited from Adam a sinful nature from Adam (1 Cor 15:22). Had it not been for Adam, I would have sinned myself and so would you. Don't say that Adam had nothing to do with you. We are in Adam.

Had Jesus not been born of a virgin, had the Lord Jesus Christ been born as you and I were born--as the decendancy of Adam--we could have died for no one's sin but our own. In Adam all die and the wages of sin is death. The soul that sin; it shall surely die. That's the reason Jesus had to be born of a virgin. The virgin birth is not incidental. It's not folklore. It's not mythology. Without the virgin birth the house of Christianity collapses like a house of cards. There's no hope apart from the virgin birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. Why? He came as he did--virgin born--to be what he was. Not the son of Adam but the Son of God.

His blood was different from any other blood. The blood of Jesus and the blood of Mary are not the same. Don't get the idea that when a little baby is there in his mother's womb that the mother's blood circulates through the baby's body. That is not so. That is an error. None of the mother's blood circulates through that baby's body. None of the baby's blood circulates through that mother's body. That baby is a separate individual from the mother. That blood is determined by the father not by the mother and that's the reason why sometimes they can pin a paternity suit on a man by giving a blood test. It's the father that determines all of that.

Jesus is born of a virgin--that is--he is the Son of God and the blood that flowed through the veins of Jesus Christ was not the blood of Mary, it was the blood of God. You say, now wait a minute. God doesn't have blood. Well, he did when Jesus was here. You read Acts chapter 20. Paul says to the Ephesian elders feed the church of God which he hath purchased with his own blood. No wonder the Bible calls the blood of Jesus Christ that precious blood. And this man after he had offered one sacrifice for sins forever sat down on the right hand of God. For in Adam all die. Even so in Christ shall all be made alive.

How many people died when Adam died? Did Adam just affect some of human kind? No, all of human kind. Did you know that there are some people who want to tell you that Jesus died only for the elect? Now, listen to this verse (v 22) As in Adam all die, even so in Christ all shall be made alive. Now friend, you can make all mean one thing over here and something else over there.

Jesus died for all and I am glad that I can look at any man in the face and say that Jesus died for you. Jesus died for you. Jesus paid your sin debt. Yes, in Adam all die. In Christ, we have redemption and he died for all. That's the reason way back in the Garden of Eden when Satan crawled his slimy, corroding path into the pages of history and did what he did and tempted Eve to sin and then beguiled Adam." Nothing But the Blood by Adrian Rogers (right click, open)  


The Blame Game  by Adrian Rogers

Three Miracle Births by Adrian Rogers

When Jesus was Tempted  by J. Vernon McGee