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Christians and the Law: answering the objections, part 21

This is the final installment in my response to Vox Day and those of the ilk who took exception to the idea that Christians might be obligated to keep God’s Law. Statement 34: For whoever keeps the whole law but fails … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: answering the objections, part 20

In the comments to Vox’s original post, Tiger wrote, Daniel: The New Testament says the purpose of the Law is to reveal sin. This lets us lead Holy Sanctified lives, but eliminating sin, cleaning as we go. Until the Law … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: answering the objections, part 19

Statement 27: No one except Jesus can keep the law. That’s the point. We have all broken the law, we are all lawbreakers, rebels against God. We are all sinners. Which is why we need a savior. Trying to keep … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: answering the objections, part 18

Tiger: “If you claim to follow Jesus, then the Law of Moses is a must; for he kept the Law of Moses” Statement 26: How’s that? Just because Jesus followed those Laws, how does that mean that we need to? -Northern … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: Answering the Objections, part 16

Statement 24: Jesus’ entire ministry on earth was centered around clarifying the law, and in many places he criticizes those who live by the letter of the law instead of the spirit of the law. an example is the “good … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: Answering the Objections, part 15

Although I will continue to label the comments to Vox’s original post as “statements”, Stickwick’s comment was actually two questions. Statement 22: 1) How should Christians regard the ten commandments? (Not rhetorical; I really want to know.) -Stickwick Paul told … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: Answering the Objections, part 14

Statement 20: This is just as ridiculous as the discussion about time dilation with “Outlaw X” in Blind faith in science. Some people are just unable to understand how things work, no matter how much evidence is presented to them. … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: Answering the Objections, part 13

Tiger made a valiant attempt to defend God and the Torah against irrational and ignorant attacks from all sides, but it just isn’t possible to fight those determined to remain in ignorance by attempting to educate them. This is why … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: Answering the Objections, part 12

Statement 17: Paul tells us in Romans that the Gentiles who have no law do by nature what law empells them to do so they are a law unto themselves. -Freddy Here is the passage to which Freddy is alluding: … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: Answering the Objections, part 11

In which I address statements 12-16. Freddy made five statements in a single comment to Vox’s Christians and the Law post. Let’s take them one at a time. Statement 12: Ceremonial laws ultimately abrogated when the Temple was destroyed in … Continue reading

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