Category Archives: FR 200-300

Love, Isolation, and Violent Intervention, FR 243

By Cecil Hook The youth of every generation tend to be idealistic. That is commendable for they call for a re-evaluation of accepted standards of conduct. They often envision a peaceful world in which both individuals and nations may coexist … Continue reading

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You Cannot Remit Sins by Baptizing, FR 241

By Cecil Hook This could be the most startling thing you have read lately unless you read FR 101 written three years ago. This will be a revision of that essay. Last week I contended that, if one is baptized … Continue reading

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“One Nation” Without God, No. 2, FR 211

By Cecil Hook Mel Gibson’s “THE PASSION” is phenomenal! It was a privately funded production about religion with no theater chain to promote it, yet it has set Hollywood back on its heels. It will be shown worldwide and for … Continue reading

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“One Nation” Without God, No. 1, FR 210

By Cecil Hook When I was in elementary school, our earliest readers used many of Aesop’s Fables to teach both reading and principles. Yes, our schools even taught morals back then! Below I am copying “The Cats and the Cheese” … Continue reading

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Spiritual Communications, FR 209

By Cecil Hook A few weeks ago I received a revelation from God. Well, it was a second-hand revelation. A fellow sent me a lengthy email explaining that he had received a revelation from God. This spiritual communication revealed that … Continue reading

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Spirit and Flesh: An Allegory No. 2, FR 208

By Cecil Hook This will be a continuation of the previous discussion centering in Romans 8 rather than a separate treatise. For more clarity, please read FR 207 again. Paul speaks of the intercession of the Spirit. This is usually … Continue reading

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Spirit and Flesh: An Allegory No. 1, FR 207

By Cecil Hook In various ways throughout Bible history God has manifested himself to his people. In the beginning of new covenant records, he became a man born of Mary. He was to be called Emmanuel which means ‘God with … Continue reading

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