jmloy posted a comment · Mar 12, 2017
The Paraphrases are ridiculous. Hardly credible. What I disagree with the Hyper-Grace movement and as well as Universalists is that they rewrite the character of God as if He needs their P.R. Gen 1 says all things God created was good...even Hell...
jeff posted a comment · Mar 12, 2017
Question: where are these "translations" found? Is this simply how certain pastors are paraphrasing from the pulpit or is this being advocated as an actual legitimate translation of the Bible?
Dan1el posted a comment · Mar 11, 2017
Not at all surprised. Though these people are doing it on a whole nother level, I haven't met a *single* Christian who doesn't make a mess of God's Word trying to make it "consistent" when it doesn't fit their theology. People have a real problem with saying, "I don't understand how both what I believe and what the Bible verse over there says could be true."
Rev. Randy K. posted a comment · Mar 10, 2017
I'm not the least bit surprised that the Hyper-Grace crowd would come up with their own "translation," and I'm actually glad to see that have because by doing so they are basically admitting that their doctrine can't be supported by any of the other reliable translations available today--of which there are not a few.
hap posted a comment · Mar 10, 2017
Just an fyi...you have an incorrect Scripture reference. It should be Romans 1:18.
SMac77 posted a comment · Mar 10, 2017
Wow, those versions cannot even be considered to be translations. They are purposeful perversions on the same plain as the New World Translation. Sad that some people feel the need to make the Holy Spirit obedient to their doctrine rather than conform their doctrine to the living word passed on to us by the Holy Spirit.