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Mel and Guyna Horne


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We will direct you to the scriptures that can help you to answer for yourself, any serious question about the Bible, Christian Living, or Bible study. We can answer many questions about the history of the Christian churches and about comparative theology. We can discuss why many are leaving denominational, traditional and institutional churches to seek a real and meaningful relationship with God through personal Bible study, private prayers and meditation on God's word. Christian fellowship can be enjoyable and beneficial and teachers can sometimes be helpful, but salvation is between you and God through Christ, who died so that you can have direct access to God apart from any human priesthood (Heb.7:23-27).

Experience in the area

Over 50 years of personal Bible study and research. Thirty years of working with church organizations, teaching, speaking and counseling. Ten years of working with those who do not attend institutional churches, those who have no available fellowship, and those who meet in house churches. Over a year of prison ministry. Fourteen years of answering questions at in other religion categories.


We are not affiliated with any denominational or institutional organization. We are members of the body of Christ (Rom. 12:5).


Our books and articles are freely available to the public at our web sites. (Mat. 10:8).


"If a man would teach others, he must first teach himself." - Source Unknown. B.A. in Theology from an accredited University, over 50 years of personal study, the last 18 of which have been full time study and research resulting in publication of several books and many articles.

What do you like about this subject?

For all of us, our present relationship with God will affect what we shall be doing for all eternity. (Lk. 19:11-27).

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

To help others, as we all seek more truth and greater understanding (Mat. 10:8b).

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

There are over 33,830 "christian" denominations. All claim to worship the same God while contradicting or condemning each other. Some say, "There are many roads to Christ." but Christ said, The gate is narrow and the road as tight as a grape press and only a "few" ever find it.(Mat. 7:13-14).

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

Since all the major denominations contradict one another (2.1 billion Christians), they cannot all be right. Christ said that "many" who call themselves Christians, will be deceived and rejected by Christ (Mat. 7:22-23), while only a "few" find the right "way" (Mat. 7:14). Who are those "few" and where are they? How can we recognize the true followers of Christ? (Gal. 5:22-23, + more).

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Recent Answers from Mel and Guyna Horne

2013-02-28 Whore of Babylon:

Hi PK,    You asked about the "whore of Babylon."    1. Many, especially among the Protestant churches, have long believed that the RCC is the great whore described in Rev. 17:1, 19:2.  Interestingly,

2013-02-18 Childheaded households:

Hi Shirley,    You mentioned that your brother is considering suicide. Our lives are not ours but belong to God who gave us life, whether we are Christians or not. Taking something that is not ours is

2012-12-04 curse of God:

 There is a question waiting for you in the category of "Non-Denominational".    Hi Barney,    You are correct.  Salvation is available to all (Isa. 49:6, Acts 13:47, 1Tim. 2:4) and all men have free

2012-04-08 How to get pleasure from faith.:

Hi David,  You asked about the apparent happiness that you have observed among "people who call themselves Christians".     We say "apparent" because while we personally experience genuine happiness and

2012-01-22 marriage email:

Hi MJ,  Please forgive me for being so slow about getting back to you.  I wanted to think about this for a while.    You asked, "How do I help my marriage?"  There are things that you can do that will


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