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The second part of your question - relating to Ezekiel 18 - is a very good question. I struggled with this when I was a new believer. This chapter talks about personal responsibility - which I needed to hear - but then the New Testament talks about Jesus taking our punishment. I found it confusing. Here is how that chapter ends (Ezekiel 18:30-32): ...


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A few things: God's omnipresence has little if anything to do with Jesus' death on the cross. To be sure, Jesus' death was a burden to him, since on the night he was betrayed, he sweat, as it were, great drops of blood when thinking about the bitter cup he was about to drain to the dregs. More significant, however, was the burden of sin Jesus bore on the ...


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But, if, as Paul seems to be saying below that all Israel will be saved, then what would the motivation be to rebuild a temple, given "sacrifice for sin is no longer necessary" The temple will be rebuilt because the one sacrifice of Christ was rejected, and remains rejected by Jews even today. That temple will not be holy or sanctified but utterly ...



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