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What is the apostasy that The Bible said would come in after the apostles death?

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Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

The abandonment of religious beliefs.

strawberry girl Profile
strawberry girl answered

The Bible indicates that there will be a great apostasy during the end times. The “great apostasy” is mentioned in 2 Thessalonians 2:3. The KJV calls it the “falling away,” while the NIV and ESV call it “the rebellion.” And that’s what an apostasy
is: A rebellion, an abandonment of the truth. The end times will
include a wholesale rejection of God’s revelation, a further “falling
away” of an already fallen world..gotquestions.org/great-apostasy

AnnNettie Paradise Profile

Apostasy is abandoning or deserting the worship and service of God, and actually a rebellion against God himself. A foretold apostasy began to develop less than a century after the Christian congregation was established. (Acts 20:28-30 ; 2 Thess. 2:3,4) Some profess to know and serve God but reject teachings or requirements set out in his word the bible. Therefore, it became increasingly difficult to identify who was truly serving God.


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Ty Hibb
Ty Hibb commented
Thank you for straightening that out. Many people think that because you call yourself a Christian that makes it so. The apostates as the bible calls them, feel that they are Christians. What would deny any claim of being a Christian is the leaving of the instructions given by Christianity's founder Jesus Christ. It certainly can not be an abandoning of religious beliefs.
AnnNettie Paradise
Yes, indeed! Jehovah's word is truth. Hope you and your family are having a good service year. :) I have my one day Assembly this weekend! I can't wait for the abundance of spiritual food, especially the Watchtower Review.
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Cookie Hill answered

Apostasy  are those who have defected from true worship, which began after the death of the apostles, it blossomed and produced the churches of Christendom. Acts 20:29,30

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Ty Hibb
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This apostasy is what enemies of Christianity point to when they find fault with what is suppose to be Jesus' teachings.
Ty Hibb
Ty Hibb commented
This apostasy is what enemies of Christianity point to when they find fault with what is suppose to be Jesus' teachings.

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