theology March 23, 2016 Dealing with DAKE’s Teachings AGAIN #Bible #KJV #Pentecostal #Christian #CHURCH Posted by Troy Day in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Dealing with DAKE’s Teachings http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Dake-Annotated-Reference-Bible-KJV-001-940×767.jpg #Pentecostal #Christian #CHURCH Biblechristianchurchdakesdealingkjvpentecostalteachings PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleThe Tribulation Hidden In The Messiah Purim 2016 – Torah Code Next articleIf Rahab lied what are the implications for Bible smuggling? 28 Comments Reply March 25, 2016 David Lewayne Porter Ok I use a dakes but it is like this, You use manure to fertilize a field. You have to know what to use, when to use it, and how best to use it (LoL, I kill me). Reply March 25, 2016 Kerry Collins That’s interesting I have a sales matter of fact 2 of them I use them sometimes but not often Reply March 25, 2016 Henry Volk Dake’s lists are a helpful reference resource, but his commentary is sketchy. Reply March 25, 2016 Michael Marquez I like the Dake’s Bible. Not that I agree with everything he teaches. But he does have some good material and food for thought on certain things. Reply March 25, 2016 Ricky Grimsley I still use it. Dake was wrong on some stuff but at least he tried and cared. Most pastors i have known shied away from anything controversial and accepted what they were taught from other teachers. He is definitely someone i would have liked to talk to even though he was kinda condescending from the videos i have seen. Reply March 25, 2016 Ricky Grimsley Not now but when i younger. Reply March 26, 2016 Kerry Collins God’s plan for man is a book worth buying Reply March 26, 2016 Michael Marquez Yes it is a good book to own. Has some good stuff. But like anything else (outside of the Bible) you eat the meat and spit out the bones. Reply March 26, 2016 Kerry Collins After, over some 2,000 plus sermons in 19 yrs as a COG pastor I sure know that’s true, nothing replaces the word of God. Reply March 26, 2016 Greg Baldwin One of the best Pentecostal works and helps ever. Reply March 26, 2016 Grover Katzmarek Sr Dakes bible was the first study bible I was given over four decades ago.. I still have it in my bookcase. He is so far off in many areas. And yet he claimed inspiration BT Holy Spirit. Really? One that comes to mind is where he said the giants in Genesis came from angels having sex with humans. But what did Christ say. That angels are sexless. Unless one is fully grounded in the Word of God it’s best to treat dakes writings as pure heresy Reply March 26, 2016 Michael Marquez Grover Katzmarek Sr not that I agree with everything Dake teaches cause I don’t. What heretical teachings have you found in Dake? Reply March 26, 2016 Grover Katzmarek Sr One that there was two creations. That there was death before Adam sinned. That Satan was in charge and ruled planet earth. I could go on and on Reply March 26, 2016 Ricky Grimsley None of that is heresy. Satan is the God of this world. As far as two creations…..thats seems obvious. If you believe that “in the beginning” was only 6000 years ago you have giant blinders on…….to science and to the bible. Reply March 26, 2016 Grover Katzmarek Sr No. I used to believe in two creations and an old earth. But after studying after Ken Ham (and there are many scientists who agree with him) that I now believe in a young earth. You say it’s not heresy but I disagree. Anything taught that is not true is heresy Reply March 26, 2016 Ricky Grimsley Ken hamm means well but he is wrong. As far as heresy. Pretrib rapture would have been heresy in the early 1800s but now its just a view we differ on. Reply March 26, 2016 Michael Marquez Heresy is teachings which go against essential doctrines of the historic Christian faith. Essentials meaning the Gospel as defined by 1Cor15:1-4; Doctrine of Christ (who Christ is, deity, sinless,etc) 2Jn v9,10; salvation by grace thru faith not works Eph2:8,9 or any other teaching which is essential to one’s salvation. Dake’ s pre- adamite teach or Angeles having sex with humans may be considered false teachings but not heresy. Not every false teaching is heresy. Reply March 26, 2016 Ricky Grimsley I dont see how anyone who reads the bible cant see that angels had sex with humans. Another obvious thing. Reply March 26, 2016 Grover Katzmarek Sr Wow I can’t believe you said that Reply March 26, 2016 Michael Marquez Too many times we call people heretics who don’t agree with everything we believe. Reply March 26, 2016 Jan B Drayer During Swaggert’s heyday everybody wanted a Dake’s. Lots of good cross references and some weird thoughts, e.g. David had venereal disease. Reply March 26, 2016 Link Hudson There is some really bad logic in the article, IMO, “If that be the truth, then everything and anything Dake publishes should be the absolute truth, supposedly, directly from the Holy Spirit.” This comes after a quote from Dake about being able to quote a lot of scripture after being baptized with the Holy Ghost. It’s possible that one could be given a gift to know scripture supernaturally, and then imply human reasoning and get interpretations wrong. The article’s statement here is totally unsupported by the quote that precedes it. Accusing someone of false prophecy, a death penatly crime, is a big deal in the Old Testament. This quote seems pretty close to that. I also found the article a bit tedious because it focused so much on old earth creationist. Dake argued that the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost each have a body soul and spirit. There are some other big issues that one could point out with Dake’s commentary. I have to say I haven’t read that much of it. Ive probably encountered some of the ideas in it in Pentecostal sermons. Reply March 27, 2016 Link Hudson but I did have a look at some of his commentary on Romans and I found it to be good stuff. Reply March 28, 2016 Daniel Gabriel I LOVE the Dakes Bible … it’s an awesome tool. Reply March 29, 2016 Alexandre Goncalves Dake Bible is full of heresies. I do not recommend reading. Reply June 22, 2016 Jon Ray Dake makes only a few theological deviations: 1. mixing of races which could be attributed to his Southern roots and culture of living 2. the son-ship and nature of Jesus Christ which seems to be Dake’s minor approach to dealing with the aggressive oneness attack on early American Pentecostalism. In this category fall his view on the Trinity, God’s anthropomorphism and Adam’s replacement role on earth 3. the Trinity explanation is but a symbolic interpretation of the Trinity. What Dake wrote about his understanding of the Trinity is neither original nor heretic. Similar interpretations could be found in his day and through church history and even among theology scholars today. After all, who here can explain the Trinity completely and without errors? Dake’s view on the Trinity follows the Athanasius creed and Gregorian orthodoxy to the dot These could be results from the culture he lived in but are hardly the characteristics of an intentional false teacher. Everything else, and I mean everything else that has been attributed to Dake as error is mainly vogue interpretation from Charismatic preachers who fail to understand the depth of Dake’s Bible studies and build a sermon or teaching on a single commentary reference (in most cases taken completely out of context). Beside this DAKE is spot on everything else – especially prophecy as prescribed by Pentecostal eschatology. That includes over 35,000 commentary notes and more than 8,000 outlines for sermons. We can only pray as ministers that we leave such a rich theological heritage without bordering heresy or complete obsoleteness. Reply June 22, 2016 Ali Wise Ali Wise liked this on Facebook. Reply January 17, 2020 Varnel Watson worth looking into the discussion Dustin Wilcox Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.