Introducing Our Series: False Doctrine

Christianity is proliferated with doctrine that has not originated from the bible. These doctrines have originated from the minds of the men who lead different denominations of mainstream Christianity. These unsound doctrines include the rapture, Sunday worship, the trinity, hell, and much more.  The teaching of these doctrines has resulted in mass spiritual confusion and disobedience of God’s law!!!

The 2 Olive Trees intends to break this confusion. For this reason, we are now introducing a new series we’re calling False Doctrine. In this series, we will use bible arguments to explain the illegitimacy of these ideas presented in most churches.  It is important that we use the bible to explain any religious idea we claim comes from God. It is of the utmost importance to know what the bible does teach and what the bible does not teach.

“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” (II Tim. 2:15 KJV)

We should also try our hardest to apply the attitude of David in our study of God’s word.

“Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.” (Ps 119:11 KJV)

In addition, we urge that you read our series A Lesson in Sin. In this series we discuss the Ten Commandments and how to keep them as define by the bible. We hope that our writings help you in your quest to keep the word of God. We also recommend reading the writings of the Philadelphia Church of God at

God bless

-The 2 Olive Trees

4 thoughts on “Introducing Our Series: False Doctrine

  1. I believed these things on the Sabbath also the Trinity is false.
    I do think Dods law the Ten commandments were written in stone and put into the ark.Ceremonial law put in side sleeve of ark and fullfilled by Jesus at his death.
    Is this what you believe or are you feast keepers?

    1. I do keep the feasts of the Lord because they foreshadow the work of Jesus. I believe keeping the feast memorializes the work of God therefore keeping it at the forefront of my mind.

    2. Yes I believe the cerimonial law was fulfilled by Jesus at his death as he was the lamb and sacrificial laws done away with. On the other hand, God himself but out stone and wrote with commandments into stone as a sign that they are immutable. If the law was done away with, Jesus had no purpose in dying. It was because Gods Law is unchangeable that Jesus had to die to pay the price for sin – sin is transgression of the law.
      No, i’m not a feast keeper. That would dishonour Jesus as he fullfilled.

      1. I am glad that you pointed out that sin is the transgression of the law. This is reason why I keep the feasts. Even though Jesus fulfilled every law of God, that law is unchangeable. When reading through the laws recorded by Moses, we see that the feasts were commanded to be observed forever. Jesus kept the feasts and a thorough search through the book of Acts shows the apostles keeping the feasts. The feasts days are memorials to remind us of the work of God to keep us focused on His plan. Additionally, three of the feast days include sharing our abundance with those who are less fortunate. Our world is so messed up because the vast majority of christians do not keep the feasts in the spirit in which God intended. I want encourage you to study the feast days and see how essential they are to real christian living.

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