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Purpose of theWord - Included add-on modules
Before downloading and reading any books found on this site, it is important to understand the spirit in which these resources are made available.
The main effort behind theWord is the effort that is put into the software itself. The compilation of add-on resources (modules) that accompany theWord is secondary. However, without these theWord is useless. It is important to understand clearly that although the choice of modules for inclusion should conform to mainstream Christian doctrines (such as the truth of the Trinity, the Divinity of Christ, etc.), yet everyone that consults them should remember that they form the words of men (however spiritual) and should be treated as such. It is also of utmost importance to diligently investigate the life and theological disposition of each author before consulting his writings. Failing to do would be naive for anyone wishing to gain a clear understanding of his writings.
It is not the purpose of this site to present to you a set of add-on modules that conform to a specific doctrinal persuasion and, indeed, many of them do contain doctrines with which I personally disagree.
For the reason stated above, and since the purpose of the site is not to present to you a collection of resources that is sound in every point without exception, no official ‘Statement of Faith’ is to be found. It is obvious, however, that there are cases in which books are in clear contradiction with important and vital doctrines and these are not included. This is, of course, a subjective decision, which is unavoidable.
last updated on Saturday, 11 December 2010
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Random verseFor let this mind be in you which [was] also in Christ Jesus; who, subsisting in the form of God, did not esteem it an object of rapine to be on an equality with God; but emptied himself, taking a bondman's form, taking his place in [the] likeness of men; and having been found in figure as a man, humbled himself, becoming obedient even unto death, and [that the] death of [the] cross (Philippians 2:5-8)