How Much of the Mosaic Law is Relevant?

We’ve all read parts of the Mosaic Law, especially in Leviticus, that describe odd and confusing things. For example, Leviticus 19:27-28 forbids trimming the edges of your beard and getting tattoos. This seems completely irrelevant in today’s world with pastors who have goatees and tattoos. How much of the Law is relevant today? What laws should we keep and what laws should we disregard?

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Who Hopes For What They Already Have?

Romans 8:18-25 says: “I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us. For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed. For the creation was subjected to frustration, not by its own choice, but by the will of the […]

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Covenant Conceived

When discussing Covenant Theology, why is important to start with Eden and Noah? Shouldn’t a person start with the Abrahamic or Mosaic covenants? Isn’t that when God starting forming his people and dealing with humanity in a salvific manner?   Chris This is a good question. Many times people overlook the beginning of Genesis, thinking […]

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Covenant Confusion

I feel like the various covenants in the Bible are a major cause of confusion for many Christians. If we understand that the new covenant supersedes the old covenant how does that affect the way we read the Old Testament?

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The Horrible and Glorious Aspects of the Christian Life

Every day in my life as a Christian is both horrible and yet glorious at the same time. Christians have the unique problem of struggling with sin. Notice I didn’t say Christians are the only ones who sin, or who deal with sin and it’s consequences. Christians are the only ones who struggle against sin. […]

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