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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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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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Two appendices in The Jewish Annotated New Testament touch on the issue: Greek-speaking Jews in antiquity regularly referred to themselves as Ioudaioi. As an ethnogeographical term, best translated "Judeans," it designates the members of the ethnic group inhabiting the district of Judea, or their descendants wherever they may be. It translates the Hebrew ...


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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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The first promise to the Gentiles was given to Adam and Eve (Gen.3:15) who were not Jews. The second promise was given to Japheth, the son of Noah who was father to the Gentiles (Gen.9:27).Shem was the father of the Jews (Gen.9:26). This was later confirmed by Isaiah (Isa.54). And I might add two more things. The word Jew was given to Israel by the Gentiles ...


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Some professions of OT prophets are recorded, but likely many of them were supported by God himself and by those putting faith in their message (much like Jesus would later be). Did they have to rely on others? Yes, but their need to rely on others was a test on those they were sent to. Ultimately their reliance was on God himself, and the perceived ...


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Well I agree with Bye that Sin is sin and there's not varying degrees of it. Yet when I looked at that post you linked it's talking more about Old Testament laws out of context and disregarding What the New Testament has to say about those very same laws Point in case most of the items this article talks about what kinds of foods we can't eat because they ...


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There is no degree of sin, any sin carries the same penalty; which is death! Sin is disobedience of God, The sin that Adam and Eve committed in the Garden of Eden was in doing what God had forbid them to do and he even gave them the penalty for disobeying him. All Scripture is quoted from the English Standard Version unless otherwise noted. Genesis ...


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The sanctuary ordinance entrusted to Israel have objects in the place of worship. These objects are not the "object of worship" rather they are the furniture that are required to perform the rituals. Moreover, these furniture have ornaments. Ornaments are neither the "object of worship" They are just there to portray art and its purposes of expressing ...


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I think they could have had many children in the Garden. However, Cain's arrival seems to fit in with what Eve thought to be a prophetic promise that the seed of the woman will bruise the head of the serpant. In that prophecy Gen. 3:15 "And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou ...



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