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Finis Dake and The Dake Bible

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Every belief that Christians believe and hold to has an impact on our lives and those around us. 

We have decided that exposing the errors and false theology of Finis Dake and the Dake Annotated Reference Bible is so important that we have created a ‘sister’ web site dedicated and focused closely on Dake and his writings.

While  leaders in ‘The Church’ point out the errors of cults like the Jehovah Witnesses, Mormons, and others, they  have allowed a deadly and corrupt influence to enter their churches and bookstores. I do not believe we are stretching the truth: The Dake Study Bible and Finis Dake’s other books are read and studied by many Christians (and used by many pastors) within the Pentecostal and Charismatic traditions/denominations.

Dake denies, distorts and corrupts every major Christian doctrine including beliefs such as the Trinity and many, many others.

Even if you have never heard of the Dake Bible, please visit TheDakeBible.com so that you can be prepared to teach those who are ensnared in Dakes teachings the truth!

 

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