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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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