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Even though as bruised reed, stated your question is not directed at any specific denomination, and as such becomes a truth question, I feel compelled to answer your question since it, points out a common problem encountered when reading the Bible. Many Scriptures taken alone are at best confusing and at worst misleading. Your question appears to be spawned ...


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From the way Paul writes about our baptism, 'going down into the water with Jesus into His death', and dying, then 'coming back up out of the water with Jesus into His resurrection in our new life,' Paul writes "we died with Jesus, and because of this became free from our old husband, Mr. Law." "Paul writes further, we are then free to marry another, and we ...


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Perhaps animal life sacrifice was begun by God himself in: All Scripture is quoted from the King James translation, unless otherwise noted. Genesis 3:21 Unto Adam also and to his wife did the LORD God make coats of skins, and clothed them. Cain and Abel would have been familiar with this since an animal would also have to be sacrificed to make ...


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Taken from Wikipedia, but edited with passages from the NIV, off of Bible Gateway. The New Testament contains references to usury, notably in the Parable of the talents: Well then, you should have put my money on deposit with the bankers, so that when I returned I would have received it back with interest. —Matthew 25:27 So interest was accepted, ...


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The question have at less this three answers: If you believe in the Convenant Theology, then all the laws in the Old Testament that was not abolished on the New Testament still apply. If you believe in the Dispensationalist Theology, then all the laws in the Old Testament that aren't confirmed on the New Testament don't apply. If you are catholic what the ...


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The evidence seems to be very strong that God had given laws other than the abstaining from eating of the two trees but it is not recorded. We know that Books such as Jasher and Enoch were not included in the Old Testament but referred to in the New. As for the laws that were given. Have you noticed the death penalty that was required for not keeping them? ...



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