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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 10

Statement 11: Now that faith has come, we are no longer under the supervision of the law. It doesn’t get any clearer than that. How is it that you are turning back to those weak and miserable principles? Do you … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: Answering the Objections, part 9

In the comments to Vox’s original post, Tiger asked “Why did Paul go to the temple with the other Christian brothers and sacrifice sheep at the Temple?” Statement 10: Why? That easy: 1 Corinthians 9:20 “To the Jews I became … Continue reading

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Christians and the Law: Answering the Objections, part 7

Toby Temple asked this question of another commenter, but I’ll answer it for myself. By responding to him here, I am giving Toby more respect than he deserves. His ignorance of the Scriptures, including the New Testament, is remarkable for … Continue reading

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