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Sacrifice a ‘Jewish Custom?!’ IVPNT: Acts Pt 4.

I have to begin by thanking Dr. William J. Larkin for showing me something I had not previously noticed in Acts.  I am very familiar with Paul’s Nazarite vow in Acts 21, but I had never noticed that Paul did … Continue reading

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Yep. Sacrifice is an Ordinance.

Recently, we have seen that Abba Yahweh’s ordinances are everlasting.  The astute Bible student will counter with, “Really?  What about sacrifices?” Okay, let’s talk about them! First, you need to know that I believe the whole Bible is true and … Continue reading

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Know your Bible? 10 question pop quiz! (Subject: Paul)

Thought it would be fun to post a pop quiz…  I have a couple more topics in the wings. I’m going to put up 10 questions and then the answers at the very end.  DO NOT scroll to the bottom … Continue reading

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What was the Apostle Paul’s example?

Rav Shaul, the Apostle Paul, made a pretty audacious statement in his first letter to the Corinthians he says, Be imitators of me, just as I also am of Christ.  Now I praise you because you remember me in everything and … Continue reading

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R. C. Sproul, Jr., is only partly right…

Recently, a friend forwarded a short article to me by highly respected Reformed Christian theologian, R. C. Sproul, Jr.  Having been raised in a Reformed Presbyterian home and having spent more than ten years as an ordained and seminary trained … Continue reading

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Say NOTHING!!

These are heady days watching world events.  Daily we see prophetic events or portents that declare time may be very short. Among the most recent developments is the attempted assassination of Rabbi Yehuda Glick, chairman of the Temple Mount Heritage … Continue reading

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One Law for All? Reviewing JK McKee, Pt. 2

It’s like dueling banjos, only James’ is a half step ahead of me…  LOL! In part one of this review I took a general overview of JK McKee’s One Law For All and shared what I found to be the most … Continue reading

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Correcting Our Paradigm

The correct priority of Scripture is sequential.  We should start at the beginning.  Paul tells us that a later covenant cannot contradict an earlier covenant.  Neither can a later scripture contradict an earlier one.  If there were such a contradiction, … Continue reading

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10 Paradigm-shifting New Testament Verses

Maybe I’m the only person this happens to, but have you ever read a verse that you’ve read a 100 times, but suddenly you ‘see’ it totally differently?  Like a bolt of lightning, or a V-8 moment, you suddenly understand … Continue reading

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Defining ‘Apostasy’ and ‘THE Man of Sin’

II Thessalonians 2:3, in a passage about the last days, says, Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the … Continue reading

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The Error of Dividing the Law

For centuries, millenia, really, Christendom has embraced an error that it calls the ‘Three-Fold Division of the Law.’  It is particularly prevalent in Reformed circles, sometimes even called a ‘cornerstone’ of reformed teaching.  Most all other main streams of theology … Continue reading

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Food for Thought, Guest post

Following is a paper my 13 year old son wrote for a research class in the fall of 2012.  He chose this topic because we had just dealt in depth with it as a family as Abba began to open … Continue reading

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The Sabbath, Scripturally Speaking…

My eldest son, 16 years old, had a writing class this past semester that focused on research papers.  Since we had recently come through an intense time of study in our family, he decided to use some of what we … Continue reading

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