Revealing the Full Extent of Christ’s Work

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Sinners do not go away into “everlasting punishment.” They go into “eonian correction.” Thank God for the Concordant Literal Translation, which some in their blindness are condemning. When leaders in the church today condemn something I would be the first one to rush out and get it and examine it for myself. Do not make the mistake of thinking that the majority has the truth. It has never been that way, and it is not now.

The unscriptural tradition assigning a limit beyond which Christ has no power to save the obstinate sinner has spread universally. It is worldwide. It claims that the will of man can successfully oppose the power and will of God. “God wills all mankind to be saved” (I Timothy 2:4).

Let us follow our Lord in His denunciation of tradition that makes void the Word of God. Let us revel in the full extent of Christ’s work and God’s victory for all mankind.

Charles J. Peart
God’s Rules for Scriptural Interpretation & Man’s Place in God’s Purpose
(Bible Student’s Press)
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God’s Rules for Scriptural Interpretation:

Man’s Place in God’s Purpose
by Charles J. Peart (1896-1989)

The purpose of this work is twofold: to endeavor to get believers to see where we belong in the purpose of God today, and to expose unsound unscriptural teachings, which are keeping believers from learning where we belong in the purpose of God now.

Peart was an active associate of A.E. Knoch. In addition to being a conference speaker, he conducted resident ministry in Los Angeles, Berkeley, Oakland, San Francisco, Novato, Sacramento and Auburn, CA. He also spearheaded the placement of a Concordant Version in every public library in CA.

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