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Only God Can Die For Sins: Part One

Trinity Deception Part 64

The time has come to finally expose the false gospel, created by the Roman Catholic Church and
now preached the world over by just about every Christian religious sect. This was the false
gospel that the Apostles saw creeping into the churches just before they died and warned us to

"I marvel that ye are so soon removed from him that called you into
the grace of Christ unto another gospel:"
Galatians 1: 6

"Which is not another; but there be some that trouble you, and
would pervert the gospel of Christ."
Galatians 1: 7

"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
Galatians 1: 8

"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."
Galatians 1: 9

Paul witnessed a disturbing trend among the Galatian church which literally put him "in fear" for
their salvation. They were allowing men to corrupt the simplicity of the gospel as preached to
them by the Apostles, especially by Paul who was "the apostle to the gentiles."

My friends, this false gospel took root in the churches early on, despite Paul and Peter's best
efforts to warn every man and teach every man. Paul writes to the Galatians to put them in
rememberance of the true Gospel.

He starts out his letter, therefore, by reminding them of this gospel.

Paul, an apostle, (not of men, neither by man, but by Jesus Christ,

and God the Father, who raised him from the dead;)
Galatians 1: 1
And all the brethren which are with me, unto the churches of
Galatians 1:2

Grace be to you and peace from God the Father, and from our Lord
Jesus Christ,
Galatians 1:3

Who gave himself for our sins, that he might deliver us from this
present evil world, according to the will of God and our Father:
Galatians 1:4

5 To whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.

Galatians 1:5

In the above, Galatians 1: 4, we see how different was the original Gospel, to that of the
Christian churches of today. You don't see a difference? Well, look at what Paul says! He states
that Christ "gave himself" for our sins. This is not the modern Gospel. The modern Gospel
teaches that Christ was sent here by GOD to be a sacrifice! It does not teach that Christ
"sacrificed himself" (which is a far different thing than being sent delivered up to be a sacrifice).

If you don't see the difference then consider this: When a fireman rushes into a burning building
and then gives his own life to save someone trapped there, is he being "delivered up as a human
sacrifice?" Of course not, he's giving his life for another, which is a sacrifice, but it's a completely
different thing than a man being taken and slain on an altar to appease a God (as used to be
done by Aztecs and other ancient Pagan religions around the world).

So, the wording Paul uses is crucial. Christ "gave himself" for our sins.

It's ironic. Christians preach that Christ was a "sacrifice" but do not think they are preaching
"human sacrifice" at all, for they love to say that Christ is not human (while at the same time
arguing that he is both human and God). They don't see that, even if you make Christ God, the
minute you say Christ was "100 percent man" (or human) you are, therefore saying that God
sent a man to be sacrificed for the sins of others. This is in fact human sacrifice, but you'll never
hear Christians admit it. In fact, they'll accuse ME of preaching human sacrifice when I preach
that Christ is a man and not God at all.
Behold the poor logic! As long as you believe that Jesus is also God, as well as human, then
when you preach Jesus was delivered up as a sacrifice to pay for the sins of others it's not
"human sacrifice" according to them, but rather it's God sacrifice.

So, while they preach that Christ is both "God" and "man" they don't really believe Christ is a
MAN, otherwise, they would not attempt to say that the sacrifice they preach is not "human"
sacrifice because Jesus was God.

If you don't believe Christians make this error I have captured a conversation I recently had
privately with a trinitarian Christian in which we discuss this very thing:

Transcript Of Facebook Conversation Between Jeffrey D. Dean and Chad Gardiner

Jeffrey Dean Narration:

Alright, this is a conversation that took place on FACEBOOK over a few days it's between myself
and Chad Gardiner. Now, we had been in a conversation, a short one, in a GROUP, which I left;
And the last comment he made to me was made after I left the group, in which he said that I
(Jeffrey Dean) must follow a different Jesus than him. Because I was preaching, of course, that
Jesus is a man, and highly exalted.

So, I privately contacted him (Chad Gardiner) and I said:

Jeffrey Dean:
"Yes, I have a different Jesus than you. I follow the Jesus of the Bible, the Jesus that the
Apostles preached, while you follow the Jesus created by the Roman Catholic religion, the
FALSE Jesus who is claimed to be God and claimed to be above God...

Jeffrey Dean Narration: And I quoted 2 Thessalonians 2: 4:

"Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so
that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God."

Jeffrey Dean Narration: He (Chad Gardiner) accepted my request and then he answered:

Chad Gardiner:
Ok, but here's the problem....I can't simply "make" myself believe something other than what
I believe. Beliefs don't work like that. I have been fully convinced, by Scriptures, and by my
walk, that Jesus is in fact Deity. Now, I see the Son and Father as separate, but also one.

And, I really don't mind discussing it, but, I just ask that you do not use any verbal attacks
against me, nor try to use fear, shame or guilt imposed on me to influence me, as that does
not work.

And for the record, I've never, since coming to Jesus, just took what someone told me as truth,
but, have come to understand what I believe, and why I believe it.

Hence, I know why I consider Jesus Deity, I know why I worship Jesus

Jeffrey Dean Narration: So, what he means is he worships Jesus AS GOD, which is, pure and
simple idolatry. Which is what I told him to begin with, it's what started the conversation. Now,
my response at that point was:

Jeffrey Dean:
You have indeed "taken" what someone "told you" as truth, because neither trinity nor deity
of Christ are proved in the Bible.

You have merely accepted what you were told by the Christian religion, because it was not
preached by the Apostles and is not found in scripture.

I do not expect, neither would I want you to take my word for anything. Who am I? No one,
just some random weirdo on Facebook.

However, if Christ were God, he'd be a huge liar, for he said that he HAS a God...

John 20: 17
Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father: but go to my
brethren, and say unto them, I ascend unto my Father, and your Father; and to my God, and
your God.

He also said "I can of my own self do nothing" which of course would be a huge lie if he is God,
for God does all things through and by himself.

God once swore on his own name because there was no greater name by which to swear.

God cannot come to earth, pretend to be a man, and claim he has no power of himself
without being a terrible liar and charlatan.

Jeffrey Dean Narration: Then he (Chad Gardiner) said:

Chad Gardiner:
Well, let's start with this- I do not deny that Jesus Christ was fully Man. He was 100% a human
man, this is required, a necessity, as stated in Scripture.

Jeffrey Dean Narration: Then I asked him:

Jeffrey Dean:
Can a circle be a square?

Jeffrey Dean Narration: He ignored that question, and he continued speaking:

Chad Gardiner:
I don't need convinced of His humanity, not the idea that He had a Father, Who is the Father in
Heaven, the One Who spoke "this is My Son"

Jeffrey Dean Narration: ... and then I said in response:

Jeffrey Dean:
The verse I quoted does not just say "my Father" it says "... my God"

Trinity teaches that the three are co equal and none is the other's god

So therein lies the contradiction, if he's a member of the Godhead, and co equal member, with
no one above him, he simply has "no God"

Jeffrey Dean Narration: ... and then he replied:

Chad Gardiner:
Ok, what words did Jesus speak that were not of the Father's?

Jeffrey Dean:
When preaching, every word that came out of his mouth was from the Father.

Chad Gardiner:
He himself said, the words He speaks are the Father's words

What did Jesus do that He did not see the Father do?

Jeffrey Dean:
What he actually said is "my words are not my own" which would be a lie if he IS the Word of
God literally in fleshly form

For not only would his words be his own, He IS his words literally

How can the Word of God say "my doctrine is not my own?"

He literally IS his doctrine!

Chad Gardiner:
By becoming a Man
Jeffrey Dean:
Becoming a man would not change the fact that he is his own word

If it did, then he couldn't be CALLED the word because he's no longer the word

Can a square be a circle, or can a circle be a square?

Chad Gardiner:
With God, yes

Jeffrey Dean Narration: Which, as you know people, this is a side note, that is completely
illogical. He's already showing that he cannot be reasoned with logically. Then he said:

Chad Gardiner:
With God, yes
God is not a 3 dimensional being

Jeffrey Dean Narration: But he's ignoring that a square is three dimensional and so is a circle. So,
the fact that God is not 3 dimensional is irrelevant to the question. Then I asked him to clarify:

Jeffrey Dean:
What do you mean with God?

But WE are (three dimensional)

If God presents himself as a square to us can he look like a circle too?

Chad Gardiner:
God is not limited to being in one place at one time, God created space and time, therefore,
He is not limited by it.

Jeffrey Dean:
Be we ARE limited!

Chad Gardiner:
Of course

We are 3 dimensional beings

Jeffrey Dean:
What is the definition of a circle?

How do we limited finite beings define a circle?

Circle: round plane figure whose boundary (the circumference) consists of points equidistant
from a fixed point (the center).

Does a square fit that definition?

Chad Gardiner:
We use our limited language, and limited brains, to equate a definition, or description to the
object we visually see.

Jeffrey Dean:
God is not a man, he said so, was he lying?

a man cannot be God

Chad Gardiner:
And, I can fit a square inside of a circle, or fit a circle inside of a square, in which case, both, 2
different objects, are contained within one larger picture.

Jeffrey Dean:
For if a man becomes God, he ceases to be a man and is indeed God, and vice versa.

Chad Gardiner:
Jesus didn't become God, God became Jesus

Jeffrey Dean:
You are not saying that God was INSIDE Jesus, that I would agree with...

you are saying that Jesus IS God

Chad Gardiner:
I'm not oneness, or a modalist.

Jesus isn't God, God is Jesus, if you want to be semantically correct

Jeffrey Dean Narration: The whole argument was started because he said "Jesus is God," so, as
you can see, there's no reasoning with him. Let's go on:

Jeffrey Dean:
Again, if God becomes a man, he's no more a God, otherwise he's not a man

God is all powerful and unlimited, man is powerless and limited

Chad Gardiner:
That is why," fully Man, and fully God," not one or the other.

Jeffrey Dean Narration: (Chuckling) He's just not getting the point of what I'm saying. The very
definition of "man" says that he cannot be God, for he's limited, and helpless, so... he can't be
BOTH, that's the point. Then I respond to him:

Jeffrey Dean:
If God becomes a man, he can no longer be God, otherwise he's not really a man.

Chad Gardiner:
Not when it comes to God

Jeffrey Dean:
God cannot be both man and God, for man is limited and God is not

You are missing the point a man is not God!

otherwise he's no man

Chad Gardiner:
Jesus was both

Jeffrey Dean:
You're saying that Christ is "unlimited" so he's not a man according to you

for men are limited

he can't be both limited and unlimited

that defies all logic and renders the meaning of "limited" meaningless

it becomes a sham

for if Christ is all powerful, he is NOT a man

Chad Gardiner:
Well, according to the Scriptures, He laid down His Deity.

Jeffrey Dean Narration: Now we're getting to the nitty gritty. Here's the meat of the
conversation. I responded:

Jeffrey Dean:
Then why do you say that he claimed to be God?
Chad Gardiner:
But that doesn't mean He was any less Deity

Jeffrey Dean Narration: So, here he's saying he "laid down his Deity" but was "still deity."
(Laughter). You can't reason with him. There is no logic to anything he says. For if I'm the
President of the United States and I resign, I no longer have Presidential powers. I'm no longer
the President. They may call me the President but I'm a "former" President and I'm no longer
the President anymore. Someone else becomes President. This is just common sense.

If I'm the manager of a business, and I step down, and give up my management position, I'm no
longer manager.

Then I responded:

Jeffrey Dean:
If he laid down his divinity he cannot claim it

if he laid down his divine powers he cannot USE them

Chad Gardiner:
I said Deity, not divinity

Those are two separate words with two separate meanings

Jeffrey Dean:
deity and divinity are synonyms

there is no difference between the two words

you do err on that

In Greek especially they are the exact same word


Chad Gardiner:
Well, if you don't mind then, let's stick with Deity

Jeffrey Dean:
If Christ laid down his deity he cannot claim deity while he has lain it down

yet Christians preach he claimed deity while on earth

it's a contradiction

Chad Gardiner:
He never did claim Deity

He didn't have to, it was recognized

Jeffrey Dean Narration: (Takes a deep breath in frustration). Then why didn't the Apostles
preach it, at all? Alright let's go on... I responded:

Jeffrey Dean:
Christians preach he said "I am" and that was a claim to being deity

Chad Gardiner:
Which is what the prophesy was

Jeffrey Dean:
He cannot both lay down his deity and claim it.

I can show you NUMEROUS scriptures that Christians say prove he claimed to be God. (Deity).

Chad Gardiner:
Prophesy didn't say Messiah would claim to be God, it said He would be called God.

Jeffrey Dean Narration: ... And he has a very good point there! That is an excellent point
actually, but it never occurs to him that the prophecy doesn't say that he WOULD be God, it only
says he'd be "called" God. The prophescy doesn't say that those who call him God would be
correct either.

Then I responded:

Jeffrey Dean:
again, you cannot argue both, that he laid down his deity but that he also claimed deity

either he laid it down, in which case, he's not deity, or he retained it

Chad Gardiner:
I said above, He never claimed it

Jeffrey Dean Narration: ... But he's completely denying Christian doctrine. Because Christian
doctrine clearly states that he claimed to be God. Clearly. Alright so he's just denying something
that Christians teach so that he can continue in the conversation without appearing to contradict
himself. Now it says:

Jeffrey Dean:
If Christ never claimed to be God why do you make that claim?

If the Apostles never called him God, why do you?

Chad Gardiner:
Thomas did

And, all the Apostles worshiped Jesus

Jeffrey Dean:
No, Thomas exclaimed "my kurios and my theos" neither of which are exclusive terms for

look those words up

neither one of those words are exclusive to God

Chad Gardiner:
The angels worship Jesus

Jeffrey Dean:
The angels had to be ORDERED to worship Jesus... if he were God they wouldn't have to be
told to worship him.

why would God have to order the angels to worship Jesus if Jesus is God?

Chad Gardiner:
Does God share His glory with another?

Jeffrey Dean:
Yes God shares his Glory with us... want to see the scripture?

John 17:

22 And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them; that they may be one, even as we
are one:

23 I in them, and thou in me, that they may be made perfect in one; and that the world may
know that thou hast sent me, and hast loved them, as thou hast loved me.

24 Father, I will that they also, whom thou hast given me, be with me where I am; that they
may behold my glory, which thou hast given me: for thou lovedst me before the foundation of
the world.

There are many many more I could show you

You are taking the verse that says "I share my glory with no one" out of context

That verse is talking about FALSE IDOLS... God shares his glory with no false idols

God shares his Glory with his children

God laid aside a Glory for his firstborn Son from the beginning and his Son gave that same
Glory to US and we are "joint heirs."

Chad Gardiner:
To be honest with you, I fully agree that the statement "Jesus is God" does not accurately
describe the relationship nature of the Jesus to God, if it did, that statement would be in the

Jeffrey Dean:
We won't hash this out in once conversation

I'll give you time to look over what I've said already

Chad Gardiner:
Cool. And thank you very much for some good conversation!

Jeffrey Dean:
I will leave you with this thought:

Does God share his Glory?

"The mystery, Christ in YOU the HOPE of Glory"

I'd say he does.

Jeffrey Dean Narration: A few days later I wrote and said:

Jeffrey Dean:
Good morning. I've contemplated your words over the last few days and would like to point
something out to you...

You said that even though Christ left his deity in heaven to become a man that "doesn't
change who he is."
This last statement self negates the very argument you attempted to make.

You attempted to explain how Jesus could make statements like "I can of my own self do
nothing" by saying that he left behind his deity.

Well, if leaving behind his deity doesn't change who he is, then he's still the all powerful God,
and cannot say "I can of my own self do nothing" without lying.

Chad Gardiner:
So then you're cool with human sacrifice?

And that God sacrificed one human for the lives of other humans?

Jeffrey Dean Narration: I should have music playing right now. Bum Bum Bum Bum. He's
accusing ME of human sacrifice. He has completely twisted the conversation and does not
realize that it is he and his religion that are preaching human sacrifice... but we'll get to that.

Then he responded:

Chad Gardiner:
And that God sacrificed one human for the lives of other humans?

Jeffrey Dean:
Christ was not killed "as a sacrifice" that is a LIE and not found in scripture

It is Christianity that teaches Christ was a human sacrifice... for they teach he was both God
and HUMAN and he was "sacrificed"

Chad Gardiner:
Bible doesn't say anything about Jesus sacrifice huh?

Jeffrey Dean:
Christ himself sacrificed EVERYTHING. Let me ask you, if a fireman runs into a burning
building to save a child and dies, is he a human sacrifice?

Chad Gardiner:
Book of Hebrews, let's start there

Jeffrey Dean:
It is the Christian religion that characterizes Christ as a beast who was slaughtered to "pay for
their sins" that is human sacrifice and God forbade such nonsense long ago

You go to Hebrews!
You will find your lie is not found in there!

Who was Christ in the atonement sacrifice in Hebrews 9? Was he the ANIMAL to be
slaughtered or was he the HIGH PRIEST?

Hebrews 9:

11 But Christ being come an high priest of good things to come, by a greater and more perfect
tabernacle, not made with hands, that is to say, not of this building;

12 Neither by the blood of goats and calves, but by his own blood he entered in once into the
holy place, having obtained eternal redemption for us.

13 For if the blood of bulls and of goats, and the ashes of an heifer sprinkling the unclean,
sanctifieth to the purifying of the flesh:

14 How much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself
without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?

Chad Gardiner:
Oh wow, so you deny the entire Gospel

Jeffrey Dean:
Your Gospel is "another Gospel" that was not preached by the Apostles

It's not found in scripture

Chad Gardiner:
So then, you have no atonement for your sins

Jeffrey Dean:
Christ as the High Priest sprinkled his OWN BLOOD on the altar, he was not replacing a Goat or
a Ram in the sacrifice. That is INSIDIOUS.

Chad Gardiner:
His own blood?

Jeffrey Dean Narration: He asked "his own blood?" as if he were completely unaware of this...
which, Hebrews 9 clearly states this:

Jeffrey Dean:
Christ didn't just die for atonement and atonement doesn't save you.

Christ shed his OWN BLOOD, for no man could take his life for him, he laid it down freely
Would you like to see that scripture?

Chad Gardiner:
So He was a sacrifice then

Jeffrey Dean:
He sacrificed himself. Just as a fireman does, gives his own life to save another...

Chad Gardiner:
Make up your mind

Jeffrey Dean Narration: So, now he's just being unreasonable. He's unreachable.

Jeffrey Dean:
Again, a fireman or a parent giving their life for their child is not "human sacrifice"

Christ's blood was shed, not for atonement but to send the power of the Holy Spirit to SET
YOU FREE from sin

If Christ died for atonement he died in vain for we already HAD atonement under the law

Chad Gardiner:
Sorry, but, this will not prove to be fruitful, so, God bless, and take care. I don't want your
religion, and I know I cannot convince you of anything.

Jeffrey Dean:
And if atonement comes by the law of blood sacrifice then Christ is certainly dead in vain for
righteousness would come by the law!

You need to LEARN just how badly your apostate religion has twisted your scriptures

Christ died to send the HOLY SPIRIT, that is why he shed his blood, so that you could walk in
power and without sin, he didn't just die to "atone for your sins" if he did then the whole
world would now be saved, for he died "for the sins of the whole world"

Atonement was only a PART of what he did and in the atonement he was not the sacrificial

he was the high priest

When it says he's "the lamb" it's talking about passover.

Jeffrey Dean Narration: And at this point, I tried to type another message to him, he had blocked
me. So, that was it, he was unreachable.

I wanted to give a backdrop, especially for those Christians who might see this video series and,
as usual, claim that I am misrepresenting what Christians teach. This was a REAL Christian who
said that God "sacrificed" Jesus on an altar to "pay for sins,..."

... when I attempted to correct him, he said I was "denying the whole gospel," because this IS the
gospel to the Christian, that Christ was merely a sacrificial lamb who died so they could have
perpetual atonement for all the sins they might commit in the future. Christ died so they could
continue in sin.

When you attempt to preach the true gospel to the modern Christian he does not recognize it, as
this gentleman did not, calling it "your religion." I'm preaching the doctrine of the Apostles and
he does not recognize it as his "religion."

Rightly so does he not recognize this message. It is foreign to Christianity. This is why I have
maintained over and over in my videos that Christianity is apostate and does not preach the
gospel as commissioned by the Apostles of Christ!


Christians unanimously agree that if Jesus were not God, he could "not die for sins." This is the
center of their belief in deity. It is the REASON they preach deity of Christ, so that they can make
him a "sacrifice" that "pays for sins." The deity of Christ, therefore, is essential to the Christian
who wants to "continue living in his sin."

No wonder they used to burn people alive for saying it's not so.

This lie goes very deep and it's astonishing because there is not ONE SCRIPTURE anywhere to
support the teaching that "only God can die for sins." In fact, there are plenty of scriptures
where Christ commands his followers to be willing to "die for sins."

Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me, let
him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.
Matthew 16: 24

And he said to them all, If any man will come after me, let him deny
himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me.
Luke 9: 23

Those two verses are but two of many in which Christ commands us to "lay down our lives for
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for
his friends.
John 15: 13

I can hear the Christian object now... "That's not saying we are going to die for sins."

Well, friends, you have to admit that if Christ "died for sins" he did so "out of his great love" and
here he is telling us that we must love one another with the same love that he had for us, so, at
the very least we must be willing to die for another's sins.

If one is willing to do something, then one must be capable of it.

If one is not capable of something, it's a pretty empty statement to say that you are "willing" to
do that something. It's like the person that says "I sure would do that 10 years in prison for you
if I could" knowing full well no one is going to allow it. It's an empty sentiment.

If we are not capable of dying for sins, because only Christ could do that, because he's God, then
we are not capable of loving as Christ loved.

In which case, Christ is demanding the impossible. His command to "love" as "he loves"
becomes an insane command. It would be like my demanding that my 3 foot child reach up and
grab the dishes from a cupboard that is 6 feet in the air, without a stool or a ladder. I would be

Have I not been saying throughout this series that the Christian dogma teaches that you cannot
love as Christ loved, you cannot do what Christ did because Christ is God?

How many comments have I received from angry Christians demanding to know why I am
misrepresenting their teachings so?

Yet, here is the proof. They teach you cannot do what Christ did. You cannot "die for sins," only
God could do that!

So, not only is the idea that only God incarnate can die for sins not found in scripture, Christ
commanded us to follow in his footsteps and "lay down our lives" for our friends, and to "take
up our own crosses!"

In the conversation we just looked at, the gentleman was attempting to make the word, "God"
into something that it is not.
God is a position, it's not the name of a being or a species.

This is where Christians ultimately go wrong in their exegesis of scripture. They have been
taught to believe that God is a "nature" and a "being" and an "essence." (These are all pagan
concepts having their roots in ancient Babylon and Greece and Rome).

God is a POSITION. It is a TITLE.

This is easily proved.

If there were no creation is God still a God?

Who is he a God over, if he had not made a creation?

God is clearly a position of preeminence over his creation.

God is not an "essence" and it is not a "nature."

Certainly God has a nature, and as such, his nature would be referred to as his "Godly nature"
but that does not make the word "God" itself a reference to a nature...

... in the same way that man has a nature but the nature is not the man and the man is not the

An eagle has a nature but the nature is not the eagle and the eagle is not the nature.

There is only ONE GOD, this is true.

Christians often point to this and show how Christ now sits "at the right hand of the Father" in
glory and has "sat down on his Father's throne." This, they say, proves he's God.

When Joseph was in captivity in Egypt he rose to such preeminence that the Pharaoh placed him
on his throne, gave him his signet ring and put "all things under him" giving Joseph all the
authority of Pharaoh, but Pharaoh said that he himself was "excepted" from Joseph's authority...
because there is only ONE PHARAOH.

Joseph therefore is a type for Christ.

All authority was placed under Christ and he was "highly exalted" but this does not mean that he
is now God (and that there are two Gods in heaven now) and it does not mean that he always
was God to begin with. These are all fallacies in logic.

Then cometh the end, when he shall have delivered up the kingdom
to God, even the Father; when he shall have put down all rule and all
authority and power.
1 Corinthians 15: 24

For he must reign, till he hath put all enemies under his feet.
1 Corinthians 15: 25

The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.

1 Corinthians 15: 26

For he hath put all things under his feet. But when he saith all things
are put under him, it is manifest that he is excepted, which did put
all things under him.
1 Corinthians 15: 27

And when all things shall be subdued unto him, then shall the Son
also himself be subject unto him that put all things under him, that
God may be all in all.
1 Corinthians 15: 28

In part two we will continue this study further, examining the sacrifices once again (something
we've done 3 times already in the Trinity Deception Series). This time, however, we are going to
look at the insidious nature of the "human sacrificial lamb" teachings and drive a final nail in the
coffin of the teaching that Christ brought "eternal atonement" for all sins for all time.