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He Loves A House More Than God: Bonco Mansions of kekel (l) and davis (r)

He Loves A House More Than God:  Bonco Mansions of kekel (l) and davis (r)
"He loves a house more than God:" *Bonco* Mansions of kekel (l) and davis (r). Meanwhile, on the mission field: ntcc Missionaries to the Philippines "Rev. and Sis. Mackert ... found a place, 9 feet by 14 feet [9'x14'] and one bathroom. It is on the 6th floor and there is no elevator. The last place they had stayed, they had to share a common bathroom with the other tenants! Yikes! This place has their very own private bathroom, although the Rev. shared there is no seat on the throne, and no way to attach one…." from The Devonshire Files Sunday, May 28, 2006 Visit from the Mackerts (5/06). ** Should you know where the money ($$$$$) goes? **

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Matt 21:12 And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, Matt 21:13 And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.
Gal. 4:16 Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth? John 8:32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. 1 John 4:6 We are of God: he that knoweth God heareth us; he that is not of God heareth not us. Skip To Blue Letter Bible Search Tool

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Saturday, February 13, 2016

New Creation Realities - A Plagiarized Doctrine Taught in New Testament Christian Churches of America Seminary

The ntcc Taught This in a Class Without Giving Credit to the Author. The Daughter of E.W. Kenyon Sued Kenneth Hagin for Plagiarism and Hagin Settled out of Court for an Undisclosed Amount of Cash. Surely The Family of Kenyon Could Have a Case Against the ntcc Hucksters if They were made Aware of their Plagiarism.

Bryan Hill recently sent us some bible school notes on a class that Davis taught called Realities of a New Creation.  This Doctrine originated from one E.W. Kenyon who had a book entitled: New Creation Realities who was never given credit for his writings by R. W. Davis. This doctrine is now referred to by many as the JDS or Jesus died spiritually heresy.  Our purpose is not to get into a lengthy argument over doctrine, but to shed some light on some of the roots of  what Davis taught.

E.W. Kenyon - The originator of the Word of Faith Prosperity Movement

First of all, let's take a look at E.W. Kenyon who is considered to be the Originator of the Word of Faith movement.  E. W. Kenyon was originally a Methodist who back slid, or had a crisis in faith, and later became a Methodist minister and later became a Pentecostal minister.  Kenyon's principal disciple was Kenneth Hagin, Sr. who is the 'recognized' father of the Word of Faith movement.  Hagin's principal disciple was Kenneth Copeland who is recognized as the 'unofficial leader' of the Word of Faith movement.  wiki

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Proponents of the doctrine include Oral Roberts, Kenneth & Gloria Copeland, Kenneth Hagin, Jerry Savelle, Charles Capps, Bill Winston, Creflo Dollar, Charles Nieman, Hobart Freeman, Benny Hinn, Joel Osteen, Joyce Meyer, T.D. Jakes, and Marilyn Hickey, among others. Theopidia

This is the Home of Joel Osteen, who Tanya Kekel and Many other ntcc Preachers Idolize and Quote on their Facebook/Twitter Pages.
If you look at the people who are idolized among ntcc'rs and many X-ers you will find quotes from these prosperity preachers on their Facebook walls and their Twitter feeds. Tanya Kekel loves to Quote Joel Osteen all the time among other prosperity preachers. These preachers have all made themselves filthy rich off of the tithe and offerings of their followers.  Mike Kekel and "Jim" (James Ross) Ashmore are prosperity preachers and they learned their Doctrine in the Realities of a New Creation class that R.W. Davis plagiarized from E.W. Kenyon.

This Mansion Belongs to the Richest Religious Huckster in America, (Kenneth Copeland), who is Considered the Leader of the Word of Faith Movement Based on the Same Doctrine That Davis Taught from the Plagiarized Work of E.W. Kenyon

Kenneth Copeland is the richest preacher in America and has a net worth of over 700 million dollars. Copeland is said to be 7x richer than any other preacher in America.   Kekel's 7x hotter campaign during the ntcc's last convention, should have been labeled 7x richer because that is the goal of Kekel, to get richer and richer. Kekel is using your fear of hell to generate wealth. The JDS doctrine is all about healing and prosperity.  In this class Davis taught that you don't need health insurance because you have health assurance, yet how many preachers have died in poverty in the ntcc, leaving little of nothing to their families.  Davis received the best hospital care money could buy before he died and don't think that Hasty, Briggs, Ramirez or any other preacher hasn't been to the doctor or emergency room to receive treatment for injuries or sicknesses.  The reason they don't want you to buy health insurance is because that is money that you could be giving to them and if you pay for health insurance or life insurance you will be less able to make them rich.

The Jesus died Spiritually doctrine teaches that Jesus literally died spiritually and that Jesus went to hell as part of the atonement for sins.  Many doctrines that the ntcc teaches are based on supposition, rather than facts.  Jesus said: "It is finished" John 19:30.  The atonement for our sins was finished when Jesus died on the cross.  While on the cross, Jesus said, "This day shalt thou be with me in Paradise".  The ntcc teaches that this is a question rather than a statement, but either way it suggests that on that very day Christ went to Paradise or Abraham's bosom where he led captivity captive.  This is not the same place as Hell.  But where does the bible actually say that Jesus went to hell to suffer for our sins?   To find this answer you will need to purchase a copy of E.W. Kenyon's book, New Creation Realities, because you will not find it in the bible, unless you do some serious scripture twisting and gymnastics. This JDS doctrine also suggests that Jesus was born again in hell which would imply that Jesus needed salvation.

This whole doctrine was something that just sprung up during Kenyon's ministry kind of like the holiness movement which all of the sudden became popular some 18 to 19 hundred years after Jesus died on the cross but was never mentioned as a mandate during all the years leading up to this point in time.  In spite of all the supposition surrounding this doctrine, it remains a lot like tithe doctrine.  There is just no New Testament scripture that actually states that Jesus went to hell.  They like to use Acts 2:27: "Because thou wilt not leave my soul in hell, neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption."  This they call a prophetic quote from David, but even this scripture does not say that Jesus went to hell.

So why is this doctrine so important that Davis made a special class to indoctrinate his brainwashed minions with this teaching?  You need not look any further than prosperity teachings of this doctrines chief supporters.  There is another R.W. that preached this doctrine whose name was R.W. Schambach and his life and death mirrored that of R.W. Davis. He lived from 1926 to 2012 dying at 85, while RWD lived from 1929 to 2014 also dying at 85.  Two R-dubs that both preached a lot of the same stuff.  If you listen to R.W. Schambach on Youtube (bride of Chuckie impersonation), he sounds a lot like RWD only his voice is higher pitched.  They both like to scream and point their fingers at people.

Was R. W. Schambach a
Sham Like R.W. Davis?
All of the Hucksters that preach this doctrine sound alike and they do it all for money. They preach divine healing but many of them have medical problems which need attention from a medical doctor.  R.W. Schambach had a quadruple bypass procedure. Kenneth Copeland has an onsite Medical Clinic for his employees.  Kenneth Hagin who also was a plagiarizer was allegedly on heart medication most of his life and his wife was treated for cancer for several years.  Hagin was also sued by Kenyon's daughter for plagiarizing Kenyons material and settled out of court.  All of these Word of Faith Hucksters are so much like Davis that it's unbelievable.  They love to plagiarize.  They preach that if you give your money to them, God will prosper you. They all live in mansions and make huge profits off of the gospel.  They preach that if a believer is not healed it is due to his lack of faith. Timothy who was sick frequently wasn't told by Paul to rebuke the devil or claim a healing, but rather he was told: "Drink no longer water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's sake and thine often infirmities." 1 Tim 5:23.  So I guess Paul didn't have as much faith as some of these false teachers.  Paul left Trophimus sick at Miletum, 2 Tim 4:20.

Here are some bible school notes that were inspired by Kenyon's work and plagairized and taught in RWD's Realities of a New Creation class:

His soul was in hell to deliver our soul.

His spirit was made sin.

Anytime one asks the question, "I don't know if I'm saved or not", they are not saved.  If they question, "They are not healed", then they do not have the baptism of the Holy Ghost."  Most people know what sin is and we will strain it out of our life.  If not we call God and his word a liar.

When death slew him, in reality, death slew itself.  Death was killing itself.


He became one with physical and spiritual death and sickness.

If you are still sinning you are not saved.

When he became sin on the cross, he became mortal, then he was subjected to death and the devil.  His body went to the grave but his soul went to hell. If I don't except the fact that he went to hell, someone has to go to hell.

He was the one that did all that was conquered and was made one with the devil.

Salvation was not finished when he was on the cross.

He did not pay the price for mankind.  He did not pay the price for souls.  He has to go to hell and suffer for mankind.

He became the absolute monarchy of the universe and the master of the underworld.

Do you believe that he was justified and declared sinless?  I do.  If you do not believe that, you can not be saved.

So where is all of this doctrine found in the bible?  Can anyone show us?  It can be found in Kenyon's book called New Creation Realities which Davis plagiarized so bible school students could sit in awe and think that they were being let in on a secret that God hid from the rest of His believers for centuries.  In R-dub's Realities of a New Creation class, this is how Davis justifies this new doctrine that he is introducing to his his bible students at the brain washing academy:

This is the first time I taught this class since 1969.  When I got back from the Philippines the Charismatics started up. God dealt with me and I felt the need for real character in our lives.  Pride is a preacher killer.  Pride is a preacher's wife killer.  Just get lifted up a little, it will destroy people.  This is the reason why I did not teach the class.  There has to be real character before you can be taught the foundation.  If the Holy Ghost and God tells me that any of you are getting lifted up, I will quit.  I would say that most of you don't know this material.  Most of you don't know the Word of God.  I will prove it in a little while. We must know the Word of God. There is a reason for this. Jesus is not begotten naturally. There is a lot of the Word of God that we do not know.

Here we have Davis in a classic brain washing beat down; telling people that they don't know the bible and implying that if they disagree with him, they are being lifted up in pride.  He knew this doctrine was a farce when he presented it to his followers.  "If the Holy Ghost and God tells me that any of you are getting lifted up, I will quit."  First of all, I doubt if God is going to speak to the hardened heart of Davis, and if God did, Davis wouldn't listen.  Has anyone ever known Davis to repent of any of his deeds?  He said he would prove it in a little while, but there is no proof because it never existed.  Can you see all the bible school students with their mouths open in fascination and awe as they idolized Davis for letting them in on this mystery?  The proof never came because it never existed.  That would be just like Davis saying, "I'm going to prove tithe is biblical and then reading 1 Cor 16:2 which has nothing to do with tithe".  Davis was a scam artist, plain and simple.  You might praise Davis and hold him in high regard but Jesus calls people like Davis "Vipers, False teachers, Whited Sepulchers" and so on.

This is a Copy of The Coversheet of Mathew Webster's Bible School Notes For "Realities of a New Creation" which was Plagiarized by R.W. Davis
These notes were not taken by Bryan Hill.  Bryan has his own notes but he also got a copy from Mathew Webster just in case nobody believed him.  If you think that these notes are something that we just made up, we have a copy of them on file and we can publish them in their entirety.  I'm sure the ntcc would not appreciate the fact that Mathew Webster allowed another person to copy their bible school notes.  Perhaps they will reprimand this brother for doing so, but that might be a good thing if he got jacked up by Kekel and Olson.  Maybe they would leave the borg and take their congregation with them.  Maybe Matt Webster will read this blog post and realize how outlandish Davis was and He and his wife Cindy will leave.

Davis Contemplates Stealing Kenyon's New Creation Realities Concept and Pushing it off on His Own Brain Washed Followers as His Own Work

We are not publishing this to get into a doctrinal argument with anyone.  We are just sharing these plagiarized notes so that people can make up their own minds.  We also have a bunch of notes that Bryan sent to us of actual scriptures that refute this doctrine. In our opinion this entire doctrine is about generating more income for the ntcc elite class of super spiritual board members of whom Kekel is chief.  Follow the money trail. Follow the doctrine. All that they observe and preach, that do, but do not according to their works for they preach one thing and do another.  They compel you to live one way while they live another way. They expect you to follow them but they are not following Christ. They have their own false doctrine and they expect you to believe that it came from God. They are nothing more than a bunch of religious con artists and they will take you for a ride if you let them.

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