43 For a good tree bringeth not forth corrupt fruit; neither doth a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.
44 For every tree is known by his own fruit. For of thorns men do not gather figs, nor of a bramble bush gather they grapes.
If William Irvine taught the deity of Father Son and Holy Spirit and the gospel of the death of God the Son for out sins, his first team of workers would have taught the same. But William Irvine called believers of the gospel “Calvary ranters” And I have seen no quotation of Irvine yet that could even be force/twisted into teaching the deity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Edward Cooney came close ONCE and immediately contradicted what he had just said.
However, other than the ones quoting workers in attempt to make a corrupt tree produce good fruit, there is now direct and correct references to Scripture, just as should be the only authority, not bits and pieces of what old workers said perhaps now and then.
The One God who revealed Himself in three persons in His word and the gospel of the death of Jesus for our sins are not sideline issues to mention now and then – they are the central teachings of Christianity and have been ever since the apostles believed and taught them – and if they did not believe and teach them, those teachings would not be prominently and very clearly written in the New Testament.
Hopefully those on TMB who are now emphatically presenting Biblical essentials will soon abandon attempting to make old workers their authority (still) and will instead drop the worker-quoting and make the Bible their only authority for those essential teachings (doctrines).
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