According to these men, the word SAVED in 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 doesn’t mean saved as in being JUSTIFIED, i.e., saved from the penalty of your sin, to them it means being saved in the essence of SANCTIFICATION. If you didn’t get that last part :  Think about it :  BEING SAVED IN THE ESSENCE OF SANCTIFICATION – in other words, Part II of salvation – making it a two-step process…….. They see sanctification as purely as being set aside unto God by good works, and that one’s spirit isn’t set aside from the world when one believes the gospel.  In other words, you have to earn the sanctification part of your salvation.

If you cannot read the Apostle Paul’s word in 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 in context with respect to his words “if you keep in memory”, then it seriously makes me wonder…… The Corinthians had done away with one of the elements of the Gospel – Christ’s resurrection – in other words, they HADN’T KEPT IN MEMORY what the gospel was, in other words, they were saved initially by the correct gospel being preached, but were going on to propagate a gospel without Christ’s resurrection, hence the reason why the Apostle Paul went on to state :

14 And if Christ be not risen, then is our preaching vain, and your faith is also vain.

15 Yea, and we are found false witnesses of God; because we have testified of God that he raised up Christ: whom he raised not up, if so be that the dead rise not.

16 For if the dead rise not, then is not Christ raised: 17 And if Christ be not raised, your faith is vain; ye are yet in your sins.


If you preach a gospel that it’s purely only Christ’s shed blood saving you from your sin (like these people do), then you are preaching an incomplete gospel. As some people (who don’t think) would say, the only way one can corrupt the Gospel of Christ is by adding to it………….. that’s simply not true………… one can also subtract from it – which is more subtle and just as damning.

This video is just totally unbelievable.  The duplicity of saying “keeping the gospel in memory” is a work and then going onto working for one’s sanctification (in the spirit) is absolutely breath-taking. These people also go to the Hebrew epistles to justify their heretical point of view with respect to being sanctified :

Women received their dead raised to life again: and others were tortured, not accepting deliverance; that they might obtain a better resurrection:

It makes one wonder how many people stand to be saved once these people have butchered the Good News. I am totally shocked at how the Gospel is mauled under the auspices of “goodness, kindness, righteousness” and their false idea of sanctification. Satan IS alive and well and standing behind certain Grace pulpits, and that’s not a cheap shot – it’s the sad truth.

These men are so tied up in the “discovery of a new thing”, they are unable to see the basic truth. I didn’t listen to the entire video – I’m too impatient to make my way through the waffling and self-flagellation – hence the reason I prefer articles, one can cut through the waffle in articles so much quicker. *Rhetorical question*  :  Doesn’t anyone question what anyone says these days?  Or do they just jump on that bandwagon and go along for the ride?

12 Now if Christ be preached that he rose from the dead, how say some among you that there is no resurrection of the dead?”

And that from folks who think that one day they’re going to be on a higher level than the rest – when they cannot even discern 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 in context.

Galatians 1:8-9 ~  But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. As we said before, so say I now again, if any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.

The Apostle Paul’s words – not mine.



    • Makes one wonder, doesn’t it Randy? If they believed Paul’s gospel of 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 before they got themselves into this mess, I’d say yes, they are, but if they had doubts about the saving power of the Good News then the answer is obvious.


  1. ness says:

    I have come across them … they hide, get all cosy with you, then start actually confronting you re the Gospel (that you know and believe) and attacking you saying … it’s incomplete !

    Sad thing is .. if you go after the head personalties, their own network of followers, who are so dumbed down, will bear fangs.

    There are all departing from the truth … I fear …

    Thank you for your solid Pauline, untainted, unperverted stand for the truth … not many, even a few, will stand apart and speak the truth that actually saves souls … its becoming very denominational out there in so called Grace camps … yep.

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  2. I have email interaction with Mr. Knight, and he denies the gospel has always only been the only means of salvation. He is an extreme dispensationalist. It is unlikely that he is saved. God bless us.

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    • To my mind he’s also a “28er” – because he denies the Good News can be found in Paul’s pre-prison epistles, and my bet is that he goes to Paul’s prison epistles to find the Gospel. Makes one wonder however what they do with the catching away because it’s mentioned in Paul’s pre-prison epistles. That’s why Acts 28ers deny the catching away – they say it’s for Israel and compare it to the resurrections mentioned in the book of Revelation.

      Once a person starts off having itchy ears, he/she tends to wax worse and worse until their faith is shipwrecked and they deny Christ and/or Pauline truth. It’s sad, but it’s true.

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      • Amen! There are so many established false teachers from throughout the ages that are being followed by so many “Christian” leaders today, who wink at error and embrace heretics as brothers. It is truly sad. God bless us.

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      • Ness Regester says:

        My thoughts exactly – except right now they are all having a long shin dig, fighting over whether or not our sins are to be paid for at the judgement seat of Christ, (how will we be punished and what for )? apparently we still have to repent (confess) our sins for forgiveness, otherwise they will be judged and depending on how WE fair (no mention of the work of Christ mind you) depending on how WE fair, as to whether WE make it. Is this probationary Salvation teaching now ?

        These are proponents of Ron Knight students ? Are they for real ?

        I cannot believe what I am reading – it’s ALL PUBLIC too, no wonder the religious scratch their heads, mind you they probably don’t even care.


      • Me neither – can’t wrap my mind around what they actually believe or don’t believe (their blatant error!) My guess is that some gravitate towards this teaching because of their denial of 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 and it’s saving power. Because Sandra Archibald cannot seem to put 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 into its rightful context (and makes up her very own version of what it means) – she denies the gospel period.

        They’re still arguing about Romans 8:17 because they totally ignore the semi-colon, so they read it as follows :

        And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, (<~~ this to them is us)

        and joint-heirs with Christ if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together. (<~~~ and this is them)

        But it should rightfully be read as follows :

        And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ; (<~~~ this is all members of the body of Christ)

        if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together. (<~~~ but as members of the body of Christ we all need to live righteous lives and rightly divide the word of truth in order that WE are ALL glorified together, but sadly we won't all be glorified TOGETHER because there are those that quit the race, fall into wrong teachings, deny the gospel, deny Christ, etc)

        And then they have the "suitable attitude" to go with their upside down beliefs – as you say "one big shin-dig" about how right THEY are.

        I think the religious think we're one silly cult and paint us all with the same brush because these joint-heir fellas separate themselves (due to their error) and think they're over and above the rest, not due to being right, but sadly because they're wrong, and they cannot see it.

        The JSoC isn't just about our morals and behaviour as members of the body of Christ, it's about our capability to study to shew ourselves approved unto God – and I cannot see how Gospel deniers and people who go to Hebrews to prove their "better resurrection" are approved, or how they're rightly dividing the word of truth. Going to the Hebrew epistles to approve your heresy isn't rightly dividing – it's bible blending.

        There are different levels of glory in heaven however – and those that suffer for Christ's sake (preaching the gospel and living a righteous life in Christ) will be rewarded for their service, after all, God is just and He won't let any injustice go unpunished. Of course one has to have common sense when judging people – babes in Christ who know no better (like the Corinthians) have to be corrected and edified – you can't expect them to know everything all at once, it's only if they reject correction that it becomes a JSoC issue.

        I tend to look at it from the angle that God knows our hearts – he knows our motives, so someone who is sincerely wrong (because they’re a babe and know no better) won’t be judged as harshly as someone who isn’t a babe and should know better.


      • I don’t think I could stand to watch another video of his, truth be told although it’s been a real eye opener for me. Satan has got them tied up in a works programme for their inheritance. After a while they’ll be so busy repenting of their sins, they’ll be tied up in knots. And what happens if they forget to repent of the one sin they did 10 days ago – uh-oh – sad tidings for them at the JSoC.

        This is crazy stuff!!!! And to think some people believe it is even more astonishing!!


  3. Ness Regester says:

    That’s the one I was referring to !!! I didn’t know if I should post the link … but othing shocks me anymore 😦 Good study (yours) – his clip doesn’t make sense, but they just seem to pull rabbits out everywhere it seems … always looking for that next best (or worst) thing !

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    • You’re reading my thoughts as I was thinking the very same thing for a long time now – that nothing they say makes sense – it’s like they’re pulling rabbits out of hats – but my thoughts are that it’s because they proof-text their way through the Bible to confirm their doctrine schmocktrine


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