In the Bible God gives many commands, but he doesn't seem to have to keep all of them himself. For example in the Ten Commandments God instructs his people not to murder (Exodus 20:13). But God ...
Reading Psalms 119, we see the following words: Commandments Law Way Testimonies Precepts Judgements Statutes Ordinances Word Deut 26: 16 - 19 reads 16 “This day the Lord your God commands ...
This question is long but that's because I thoroughly researched it and want to present scriptural evidence that I would like addressed in the answers. In the original Covenant that God made with the ...
Romans 6:14:15 14 For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace. 15 What then? shall we sin, because we are not under the law, but under grace? God ...
Do any Early Church Fathers ever argue that the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil (Gen. 2:9) is the Law/ Torah?
Did any early Church fathers ever reason that the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil (Gen. 2:9) either is or symbolizes the Torah/ Law?
What scriptural support is there to back the idea that Paul not only supported the Torah, but also promoted it? UPDATE: For those needing clarification: "support" be actively interested in and ...
An answer in another question makes reference to different categories of laws; specifically it references eternal law, divine law, natural law and human law. This got me thinking... does the bible ...
In Exodus 19:8 it reads: 8 All the people answered together and said, “All that the Lord has spoken we will do!” And Moses brought back the words of the people to the Lord. The part I am ...
In the early years of Christianity there was a lot of debate whether people of not Jewish origin should follow the strict Mosaic laws, especially circumcision. A consensus was made, that for pagans ...
Have the individual commands of the OT Law ever been categorized as “Moral,” “Ceremonial,” and “Civil?”
Are there any historic Christian documents that provide a comprehensive categorization of the commands of the OT Law / mitzvot using the three categories from the WCF? And, if so, then as a secondary ...
In a recent encyclical marking the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, wrote: The Wisdom of God, the Lady Theotokos our ...