Tag Archive | The Law

Replacing Godless Hollywood with Bible-Based “Cultural Dominion”

Interesting article whether you agree (or disagree) with the author. I personally like Kirk Cameron, so was taken aback somewhat to see his name in the same article with that of many well known Reconstructionists, such as Doug Phillips and Phyllis Schlafly. Nevertheless, a few quotes…. For anyone wondering what the “culture” would look like […]

The Christian’s Relationship to the Mosaic Law

A wonderful companion message to the one posted last evening, What were Gentile believers grafted into?. The Gentile Believer and the Law We have said that the experience of the ‘wretched man’ of Romans 7 is not the normal experience of a converted Gentile. It is, nevertheless, a sad fact that it may (and often […]

Return of the Judaizers?

Sent out by Andrew Strom today.. RETURN of THE JUDAIZERS? –by Andrew Strom I have friends who call Jesus “Yeshua”. I don’t mind it at all. I have other friends who keep the Saturday Sabbath. It doesn’t bother me too much, unless there is a kind-of “aggressive attitude” about it. But in recent years I […]

The Parable of the Two Trains: Old/New Covenants (3)

In the first article I sought to illustrate Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism using the figure of trains, tracks, and engineers. Covenant Theology was depicted as one train (i.e. God’s people) running through history on one track (i.e. one covenant of grace) picking up passengers as it goes. At the appropriate time, Christ replaces Moses as […]

The Parable of the Two Trains: Old/New Covenants (2)

Previously I sought to illustrate the differences between Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism by the use of trains and train tracks. Let me quickly review. Covenant Theology was described as one train on one track but with two engineers. Originally, Moses was the engineer as it chugged its way through the Old Testament times. Then, at […]

The Parable of the Two Trains: Old/New Covenants (1)

Two years ago this month I posted a small series titled The Parable of the Two Trains by Mark Webb, which was the best analogy concerning the relationship between the old and new covenants I’d ever come across. Since then, I’ve not come across any other which is as easy to comprehend. The differences between […]

The Leprous House

Years ago I heard a sermon on Leviticus 14: 33-46, connecting it with spiritual leprosy, and have never forgotten it. You could say my eyes were opened to the very real corruption which comes when Christians, once washed in the blood, dabble in sin. In the message posted 2 nights ago, When will these things […]

Acceptable to God Through Keeping the Law?

“Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Jesus Christ, that we might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by the works of the law: for by the works of the law shall no flesh […]

Christians in a Globalized World; Justified by Jesus Christ

This entire series, based on the book of Romans, has been very good: I hope its encouraged you as much as it has me. The newest segment below got my undivided attention because a portion deals with Legalism and Law-based Christianity today. I plan on passing it on to my 2 sons who are experiencing […]

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