Home

booktitle

(hold mouse on picture to see the back cover)

In this historic era, a book of this nature may become a collector’s item. First edition author autographed copies are available for a limited time via this website. Own a piece of history. This may be the book of the century. Books are great but signed books are even better. Tim Finley’s autographed book can turn a personally valued possession into a financially valuable treasure.

ORDER YOUR FIRST EDITION AUTOGRAPHED

COPIES NOW!

Introductory price $14.95 plus S&H

WGGTH


*We would like your feedback regarding this page, which can be typed in the Leave a Reply section below.

7 Thoughts on “Home

  1. Rev. Jim Lynch on October 27, 2014 at 2:35 pm said:

    Part of what I am trying to discern is whether or not you consider homosexuality a sin. If you do, then I wouldn’t deign to read your book. It appears from your mailer and from this site that you believe that homosexuality is sinful, but there is grace. I applaud at least the concept that there is room in heaven for “sinners’ but do not ascribe to the belief that homosexuality is sinful. Within homosexuality, just like every area of life, sin exists, but one’s sexual orientation does not make a person sinful.

    • Tim Finley on October 28, 2014 at 8:02 pm said:

      Rev. Lynch,

      I think you would find my book enlightening because it is Biblical and “gay friendly.”

      IMPUTED SIN VERSUS IMPUTED RIGHTEOUSNESS

      The verb “impute” means to lay the responsibility or blame on someone for something bad; or, to give credit for something good. To assign as a characteristic. Synonyms: ascribe, assign, attribute.

      Adam and Eve were the first two humans. From the very beginning, God established right from wrong, but Adam and Eve disobeyed. You know that story. This failure to obey God is known as “original sin.” The immediate effect of Adam and Eve’s sin was they died spiritually. Because all mankind are descendants of Adam and Eve, sin entered the entire human race. This is referred to as “imputed sin.” Because of imputed sin, everyone is born a sinner. God had many behavioral covenants with mankind, beginning with Adam. Because of the weakness of humans, they all failed.

      Imputed sin:

      “When Adam sinned, sin entered the world. Adam’s sin brought death, so death spread to everyone, for everyone sinned. Yes, people sinned even before the law was given. But it was not counted as sin because there was not yet any law to break. Still, everyone died—from the time of Adam to the time of Moses—even those who did not disobey an explicit commandment of God, as Adam did. Now Adam is a symbol, a representation of Christ, who was yet to come. But there is a great difference between Adam’s sin and God’s gracious gift. For the sin of this one man, Adam, brought death to many…” Romans 5:12-21 (Romans 5:12-21 continued below)

      Imputed righteousness:

      (continuation of Romans 5:12-21)“…But even greater is God’s wonderful grace and his gift of forgiveness to many through this other man, Jesus Christ. And the result of God’s gracious gift is very different from the result of that one man’s sin. For Adam’s sin led to condemnation, but God’s free gift leads to our being made right with God, even though we are guilty of many sins. For the sin of this one man, Adam, caused death to rule over many. But even greater is God’s wonderful grace and his gift of righteousness, for all who receive it will live in triumph over sin and death through this one man, Jesus Christ.

      Yes, Adam’s one sin brings condemnation for everyone, but Christ’s one act of righteousness brings a right relationship with God and new life for everyone. Because one person disobeyed God, many became sinners. But because one other person obeyed God, many will be made righteous.

      God’s law was given so that all people could see how sinful they were. But as people sinned more and more, God’s wonderful grace became more abundant. So just as sin ruled over all people and brought them to death, now God’s wonderful grace rules instead, giving us right standing with God and resulting in eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Romans 5:15-21

      When one accepts Jesus as Savior, righteousness is imputed, termed “imputed righteousness.”

      Mr. or Mrs. Legalist, I ask you: How could a Christian lose his or her salvation if he or she is made righteous and sealed by/with the Holy Spirit when born again?

      The righteousness of a Christian is imputed. Imputed righteousness is not conditional
      or temporary. It is free, complete, all-inclusive, magnificent, and permanent.
      You think about that.

      I hope this answers your question and addresses your concern.

      Blessings,

      Tim

  2. We deleted the article that is an exegesis of women in the pulpit and added WATCH THIS! See it in the menu. I think it appropriate and thought provoking, especially with my soon to be released new book.

  3. Denny Painter on June 7, 2014 at 5:42 pm said:

    Interesting book title. Controversial subject. It looks like a good read! I believe that there will be homosexuals in Heaven, as well as heterosexuals. We’re all sinners and Jesus’ blood was shed for all of us and it’s power completely saves those who believe that Jesus was the Messiah, that He died for our (my) sin, and He rose again on the thrid day. The Bible is very plain about salvation and being born again. It is also plain that those who willfully practice sin will NOT be in heaven – gay or otherwise. And so begins the controlversy of defining willful sin! I sin willfully every day and every hour – sometimes every minute and every second, and yet I have full confidence that I will be in Heaven because I confess my sin and I claim the power of the blood of Christ to cleanse me from all unrighteousness, and I make an effort to “go and sin no more.” King David understood this even though he was guilty of bloodshed, murder and adultery. And yet David found God’s mercy and fell on his face before God acknowledging his sin and was declared a man after God’s own heart. It’s our attitude about our willful sin that makes the difference. If one is gay and proud of it, I do not believe that we will see that person in Heaven because although they may make a profession of faith, they deny the power of it, whereas the one who struggles with sexuality and identity and is NOT proud, and acknowedges their weakness as sin and asks for forgiveness and mercy; God will hear that prayer and forgive their sin. We rejoice in God’s love and forgiveness and in His grace and mercy; but we sometimes forget the holiness of God and His demand for us to be holy as He is holy.

    • Denny Painter. I want to thank you for your well-thought-out comments. We don’t believe in coincidences, so after meeting you, Tim and I were both thrilled that the Lord had brought us together. We love to go to the beach and witness to those who are lost, plus become friends with those who know Jesus. We know we are going to Heaven, and have been called to be messengers of the Good News. We hope to see you again. Loveda

    • If you sin willfully every day, how are you different from sinners? And what about the verses that say:
      He that is born of God doth not sin (I John 3:9)

      I write to you dear children that you do not sin (I John 2:1)

      Shall we continue in sin that grace may abound? God forbid….. (Romans 6:1)

      What sins can’t you quit? What sins can’t God deliver you from? Why do you expect the murderer to stop killing, the adulterer to quit his sin, the thief to stop sinning, the gay person to stop his sin……but some sins are OK, and God can’t deliver from? My God is stronger than that. He delivers from ALL sin.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Visit Us On Facebook