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Do Right Christians is a Bible Believing Baptist website that seeks to defend fundamental Baptist doctrine, the King James Bible, and refute the liberalism that permeates modern churches and the heresies that have plagued the Baptist churches (Arminianism, Calvinism/Reformed Theology, Replacement Theology, Quick Prayerism, etc).

As Do Right Christians implies, we want information to be Biblically based to encourage Christians to seek the answers for their lives from the Word of God, not worship a preacher, a fancy speaker, or a church, and we do  not want this site being used by Christians as an excuse to cover up and explain away the heinous acts that have been committed within the churches. Those that have followed us have been grateful for the information that we have posted about all of the anti-IFB groups, and although there are numerous errors within these groups and blatantly anti-Christian themes, the abuses that have been verified can not be ignored. This is not a “yes man” site to defend abusers, if you are a pastor or church that has participated in or covered up abuse, your name is just as likely to  be on this site along with the antagonists of fundamentalist churches.

We are working on more updated material on Bible prophecy, the King James Only controversy, abuse in the churches, and of course the exposure of the real agenda behind the “do right” Facebook groups. There will also be sections that defend the doctrines of the IFB that reflect true fundamentalism,  in addition to critiques of the doctrines that are popular within the IFB that are in error.

The main goal of this site is to bring Christians into a correct understanding of Biblical doctrine and to encourage those who name the name of Christ to ACT LIKE IT.


[The website and Twitter account are no longer managed by Dr James Ach. Dr. James A from Springfield, Illinois, is now the editor. James A has a paralegal degree from Blackstone School of Law and Ivy Tech, attended GRACE college, and Faithful Baptist College. He obtained a Bachelors and Masters in Theology as well as Ph.D (as of 3/11/16) from Calvary Christian College, through PMI founded by Dr. Mike Johnston and Dr. Jack Van Impe {PMI is also the alma mater of Dr. Kent Hovind’s doctorate in theology}. Dr. James was once a lead guitarist and vocalist for various progressive metal bands, and a former ‘hacktivist’ with a conservative group of Anonymous]

There are 11 other people that assist with this site, some are paralegals, 2 contributors are attorneys, and some are not IFB. The chief editor is an independent fundamental Baptist and makes no apologies for it. There are some who work with us on here that are not IFB (legal research  and IT), but are fundamentalist in doctrine, and any articles contributed will be considered at final editing stages that are in agreement with the editor’s doctrinal positions.

All scripture quotations are taken from the King James Bible without apology. Any deviations therefrom are not intentional. If you email us with ignorant questions about “which KJV do you use” or “where was the Bible before 1611” or idiotic comments like “the King James translators weren’t King James Only” I will likely return your comment with a picture of James White photoshopped with you on a street corner holding a sign that says “Will Mock God For Food”. While we welcome disagreements and differences of opinion, submissions that are just downright silly and merely pejorative and inflammatory will be treated in the manner they were offered. Proverbs 26:4-5.


We stole most of the following from our good  Baptist Jewish brother “Boaz Baptist” with some additions and alterations.

I. We believe that the Bible, containing both the Old and New Testaments, is inerrant, infallible, and given by inspiration of God. Furthermore, we believe that God has providentially preserved His word in all its purity in the Authorized King James Version of 1611. It is our absolute and final authority for every matter; all other English versions are inferior and are based on a corrupted line of manuscripts rejected by Bible believers throughout church history. Psa. 12:6-7; 2Tim. 3:15-16; 2Pet. 1:19-21.

2. We believe there is only one true God and He is manifest in three persons (the Trinity): the Father, the Word (Son), and the Holy Ghost. These three persons of the Godhead are without division of nature, essence, or being, and each has a distinct ministry in God’s relationship with His creation. We believe God is a spiritual, sovereign, and personal being who is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent by nature. He is the epitome of holiness, righteousness, wisdom, and power and is separate from and superior to His creation. Psa. 83:18, Psa. 139:14-15; Matt. 3:16-17, Matt. 28:19; 1John 5:7.

3. We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is the second person of the Trinity, the eternal Word, and the only begotten Son of the Father. He became man through the virgin birth and will continue forever to be both God and man. We believe He gave Himself, as the perfect and sinless Lamb of God, to die upon the cross and shed His blood for the sins of mankind, suffering sin’s full penalty of divine wrath in our place. We further insist He bodily arose from the dead never to die again and ascended into Heaven to be the great High Priest, Advocate, and Intercessor for all those who believe on Him. Luke 1:35; John 1:1; 2Cor. 5:21; 1Tim. 3:16.

4. We believe the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity and not an impersonal force or power. We affirm He is the divine agent in God’s revelation and redemption; He convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment and regenerates, indwells, baptizes, seals, anoints, and comforts all who receive the Lord Jesus Christ. His will is to empower, guide, teach, and fill all believers who will surrender to Him. John 3:5, John 14:16-17, John 14:26, John 16:13-14; Rom. 8:9; 1Cor. 12:13.

5. We believe that the eternal triune God, by the word of His mouth, supernaturally and intelligently created everything physical, spiritual, living, and inanimate out of nothing, according to His good pleasure. We affirm, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth…” and firmly deny that any form of organic evolution from one species to another ever occurred. Gen. 1:1, Gen. 2:7; Col. 1:16; Heb. 11:3.

6. We believe all men are by nature and choice sinful and lost and under the righteous judgment and wrath of God. We insist man has within himself no possible means of salvation and is without hope apart from God’s salvation. We affirm God’s salvation is by grace through faith, a free gift which cannot be merited in whole or in part by any work or virtue, and can only be received by personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.The sinner receives God’s salvation by repentance toward God and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Though salvation is by God’s grace alone through faith, it results in a changed life; salvation is not by works but it is unto works [italicized section is from David Cloud]. We believe every true believer in Christ has as a present-possession eternal life, perfect righteousness and holiness, sonship in God’s family, a new nature, deliverance from eternal condemnation, and every spiritual resource needed for life and godliness. We insist that no true believer can possibly lose his salvation because it is a free gift, he is in Christ and Christ is in him, and God has promised that he shall never perish. Gen. 1:27, Gen. 3:6; Psa. 51:5; John 5:24, John 10:28-29; Rom. 3:23, Rom. 5:12; Eph. 2:1.

7. We believe in the existence of Satan, a being who was originally created perfect, but who through pride and ambition rebelled against God, thus becoming depraved in character. He is the constant adversary of God and His people, the leader of all wicked and evil spirits, and the god of this evil world. We believe his powers are vast but strictly limited by God and that he was defeated and judged at the cross, making his final doom certain. Believers can overcome him only by the whole armor of God, the blood of the Lamb, and through the power of the Holy Spirit. Isa. 14:12-15; Eph. 6:12; 1Pet. 5:8; 1John 3:8; Rev. 12:9-11.

8. We believe the second coming of Jesus Christ for believers could occur at any moment, rapturing bodily all those who are in Christ, living and dead, into the air to be forever with Him. After this, we believe, God will send great tribulation upon the earth, pouring out His wrath upon all wickedness, the final blow being the Lord Jesus Christ returning to earth with all his saints to destroy the beast and his armies at the battle of Armageddon. After this Christ will set up an earthly kingdom headed in Jerusalem and will rule and reign with His saints for a thousand years. John 14:3; 1Cor. 15:51-53; Phil. 3:20; 1Thes. 4:16-17; Rev. 19:11-16.

9. We believe that the souls of all believers go directly to be with Christ in Heaven immediately at death and that their works will be judged at the judgment seat of Christ. We also believe that the souls of the lost go directly into Hell at death to be later judged at the great white throne and cast into the lake of fire, from which there is no escape. Luke 16:22-23; 1Cor. 15:51-52; 2Cor. 5:10; Rev. 20:12-15.

10. We believe in the priesthood of all believers and that every born-again Christian has direct access to God without the need of any human priest. Furthermore, we believe, that Jesus Christ is the head of the church into which true believers are baptized (placed into) by the Holy Spirit at the moment of salvation, making one spiritual body of believers. John 14:6; 1Cor. 12:13; Heb. 4:16; 1Pet. 2:5.

11. We believe it is important that every believer be a member of a local New Testament church which consists of born-again baptized believers who meet together for worship, prayer, teaching, exhortation, fellowship, to keep the two church ordinances (baptism and the Lord’s supper), and to engage in carrying out the great commission of preaching the gospel to the lost. We further believe that every local church should be completely independent from all outside interference, religious and political, and also self-governing. The only one it should be accountable to is God. Matt. 28:19-20; Acts 2:41-42, Acts 6:4-5, Acts 15:22-23.

12. We believe every born-again Christian has a duty and a responsibility to live a clean, holy, and separated life that is not conformed to this world; not as a means of salvation, but as evidence and fruit of salvation. Every believer should deny himself, take up his cross, and follow his Saviour’s example, walking as He walked. The believer also has a duty to study the scriptures, pray for guidance and wisdom, and bear the gospel to a lost and dying world. Luke 9:23-26; Rom. 12:1-2; Eph. 2:10;2Tim. 2:15.

13. [From David Cloud]We believe that the Bible requires separation from all forms of heresy and ecclesiastical apostasy (Rom. 16:17; 2 Cor. 6:14-18; 1 Thess. 3:6; 1 Tim. 6:3-5; 2 Tim. 3:5; Titus 3:10-11; 2 John 10-11; Rev. 18:4). We are commanded to try them, mark them, rebuke them, have no fellowship with them, withdraw ourselves, receive them not, have no company with them, reject them, and separate ourselves from them. The Bible teaches that the course of the church age is characterized by increasing apostasy (2 Timothy 3:1 – 4:6).

14. We do not believe that there is a necessity to identify oneself as “Calvinist” or “Arminian”. There is a distinct “middle ground” that we believe is actually the only ground, and that is that man was given a libertarian free moral agency by the Creator to be exercised in a manner that permits the agent to freely choose between any given options available to him, and whatever options not available were not the direct and proximate cause of the Creator, and that man is responsible for his own actions which are the result of his own decisions and not that of secondary causation. We believe Calvinism as well as Arminianism to be plagued with serious theological anomalies, and our identity as independent fundamental Bible believing Baptists excludes any association with the terms “Calvinist” “Reformed” or “Arminian” whatsoever. For more on our views on Calvinism, visit our other forum, Calvinism’s Other Side.


We have a list of categories, but some of our most popular are:


The Will Kinney KJV Index. This category indexes articles written by Will Kinney in defense of the King James Bible.

The “Do Right” Cults. This category keeps track of and exposes the agendas behind the “Do Right” groups such as “Do Right Hyles Anderson, Do Right BJU” as well as Stuff Fundies Like, Jocelyn Zichterman’s “IFB Cult Survivors“, and BJUnity.

Trisha Fundamental Revolution Occult deals specifically with Trisha Lacroix and the Do Right Hyles Anderson crowd.

Steven Anderson. This category addresses a video published by a radical supposed IFB preacher.

James White: This section addresses one of most arrogant and deceitful Anti King James Only Calvinists to date.

You may view the other categories on the left side of the page under “Categories”. The number next to the category in parenthesis (for example, “Bible Doctrine (9)”) indicates there are 9 articles on that topic. You may need to scroll down through the articles.

Below the Categories are the most Recent Posts. These posts are listed in the order in which they were published.

If you are looking for something specific, leave a comment on this section and we will point you in the right direction whether it is material we have covered on this site, or whether we know where it can be found elsewhere.

  1. The Q says:

    I pray you would reconsider, or at least keep the archive up. The work you have done against the do-righters is invaluable.

  2. PT says:

    Look on the bright side. Thanks to your hard work, over 300 innocent people wised up and left her page. So that’s 300 people who are no longer exposed to the sodomite men looking for others on that site. That’s 300 people who are free from the constant refrain of the religion of the antichrist that Trisha and Stephanie (and others) pour out through that news feed. Real advocates like Cathy Harris and Jeri Massi refuse to have anything to do with Trisha, so it seems that only innocent and naive people are taken in by her.

    You want to talk about a real victims advocate? Look at Jeri Massi. She’s been helping people for years and exposing things in IFB churches for years and she’s never once acted like Trisha and Jocelyn and tried to suck money off victims.

    That was Trisha’s first move, trying to get money off victims. Well, actually her very first move was to lie and tell people she was working with the FBI and tell victims that the FBI didn’t want the victims to contact law enforcement but instead just tell all their stories to her.

    • drjamesa says:

      While I do agree that Jeri Massi does not operate with the same M/O as Trisha, I do have a major issue with her manners of Biblical interpretation, and her association with astrology (which she admits to even using to bet on fights), and Buddhism, and I can not say that she has distanced herself from Trisha when she carries Trisha’s Fundamental Revolution logo on her FB page. Jeri is very intelligent and her writings can be intellectually stimulating but Biblically inaccurate.
      To me it seems that Jeri could be a very good author, but her hermenuetics are tainted with her hatred of fundamentalism and instead of researching for Biblical accuracy, it appears whatever is the opposite of fundamentalist doctrine is what qualifies for her expositions.
      I am quite sure Jeri’s involvement in martial arts is where the fascination with eastern religions derives. I had received a 3rd degree dan in Tae Kwon Do at age 16 and eastern religions were a major theme in channeling energy and power. It was also a major theme in special forces training where Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” was a virtual textbook on combat mentality. Nevertheless, it is cultic philosphy, and should be renounced by any person claiming to be a Christian. I am not against the martial arts for their practical self-defense and physical fitness aspects, but the incorporation of the eastern religions is not necessary to remain an effective martial artist although there is a fine line between self-defense, fitness, and the believer “studying war”
      Jeri could be a tremendous asset to the cause of Christ, but that is impossible with her acceptance and practice of syncretism.

  3. drjamesa says:

    It was well researched but here’s why it’s pointless to post any of the info:
    1) There IS a major problem in the IFB churches and too many people were pointing to this website to excuse what they were doing. We stand on all the information we provided against these other sites, and there was even quite a bit that we did not post, but we didn’t create this site so that churches that have issues can point to this site as evidence that the other sites should be ignored altogether. It was disgusting to see comments from other churches that used this site as an excuse not to address the few legitimate claims these groups have, and that totally defeats the purpose. When Jesus rebuked the pharisees in Matthew 23, what many don’t notice is not everything He said about them was negative.
    2) Christians that truly love the Lord and study their Bible won’t be sucked in by these groups. The late Walter Martin, founder of the Christian Research Institute (and NO, we don’t endorse them) told a story about a trip he’d taken with some banking students to a national mint. The students were allowed to handle money that was fresh off the press, and spent only about 5 minutes in a room that had counterfeit bills. Walter asked why the students didn’t spend more time studying the counterfeits, and the tour leader explained, “we want them to be so familiar with the original that they will recognize a counterfeit right away”.
    We want Christians to know God and His Word. The naysayers are going to be critical no matter what the Bible says. We are not concerned with defending fallible sinful men, we are concerned about defending the doctrines of the Bible and when believers know and understand what God said, and live by it and act like they believe it, you will see less corruption and less deviation from Godly morality.
    We are working on reorganizing the site, but we want it to be more Biblically focused, and it will be back up when all of the articles are completed on a variety of different doctrinal errors in some fundamentalist churches as well as a defense of the teachings that are not in error. We believe it’s much more efficient that Christians be “familiar with the original” than to spend too much time studying the counterfeits.

  4. Mr. Green says:

    Great News, Thank You

  5. Gregory Smith says:

    There is a major problem with the fundamentalism of today. It is simply the Gnosticism of old repackaged for today’s gullible.

    Click to access Z5240W.pdf

    • drjamesa says:

      I’m already working on a thorough debunking of this ridiculous book that attempts to bootstrap Gnosticism with fundamentalism.
      Ironically, some of the same claims that you make on John Shores website about Christ are the same ones condemned in Morris’s book.
      Considering that the widespread knowledge of Gnosticism wasn’t prevalent until the find of the Nag Hammadi in 1945, it would be quite a stretch to attempt an argument that fundamentalism which predates 1945 survives the anachronism.

      Morris’ arguments are no different than attempting to claim that because all dogs get hungry, and fundamentalists also hunger, therefore all fundamentalists are dogs. There are similarities in all religions, but that doesn’t make them the same. Ghandi believed in goodness. Christians believe in goodness, so does that make their religions synonymous?

      Gnosticism believes that all flesh is evil and thus deny that Christ was ever in the flesh. The fundamentalist believes that anyone that denies that Christ is come in the flesh is of the antichrist. I John 4:2. So the concept of Gnostic dualism is NOTHING like fundamentalism. This is just one example of the complete fallacious nature of Morris’ book.

      And not everyone that is a “former fundy” really left fundamentalism. What they really mean is that they are a former independent fundamental Baptist. Fundamentalism covers more than just the IFB denomination. For example, you said that “Christ forgives those who seek repentance. He forgives those who ask for forgiveness.” Well guess what, that’s a tenet in fundamentalism so I guess if you believe that book, you are a Gnostic Christian.

      I’ll let you know when I’ve finished the review 🙂

      • Thomas says:

        I know you have links to will kinney and seems I have accessed him through your page…, he seems to be getting off the bible issue, and defending calvinism quite a bit on facebook,,.. will you be dealing with any of his arguments ?

      • James A, PhD says:

        The links I have posted from Kinney are strictly on the KJVO issue. Our former editor, James Ach, has addressed Will’s arguments several times a few years ago, and there even some comment sections on articles here where the two of them go back and forth over it. There’s really not much to say beyond what we’ve already posted on this website, and our other one that deals specifically with Calvinism CalvinismsOtherSide.FreeForums.Net

  6. Tom says:

    I enjoyed your lession, . Are Christians Sinners? Refuting Dan Corne. Note, never heared of Dan Corne.

    Gleaned a lot out of it. But, I do not understand how sin can only get you a loss of rewards and not salvation. The scripture, ‘The wages of sin is death’. I know for sure that these wages do not change, even in times of inflation, amen!

    Also, James 1:14,15, ‘ But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed.Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death.”

    Again, why is there 1 John 1:9, if its just rewards at stake? Also, 1 John 2:1.
    No, I am not a kook Christain, this is hard to fathom! Since sin is what Christ died for, Romans 4:25 (my favorite). Sin is sin and let it not be named among you Ehesians 5:3.

    Can it really be true, we can be safe (salvation wise) in sin? Thank you, sincerely, Tom Howard

    • drjamesa says:

      I will respond to this in greater detail later, although I would prefer to answer it on that particular article instead of the ABOUT ME section. In the mean time, I would encourage you to read Eternal Security Of the Believer by Dr. Harry Ironside

      I do not want to just offer a few quick responses because they are valid questions that have bothered many others, and I want to take my time to answer them. At the present time, I do not have the greatest freedom with time due to my location (Israel). But I will get back to this as soon as I can 🙂

  7. Joseph says:

    I am interested in receiving information, from Dr. Ach, about memorizing the New Testament. Is there a link to the information or YouTube video that is available?

    • drjamesa says:

      Some of it is actually still posted on the OB forum. That was a project I was working on before having some issues with the good ole boys in the state dept and had to move back to Israel.

  8. srnichols says:

    Please email me new posts

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