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Is observing any day by a Reformed Christian tantamount to keeping ceremonial law?

Short of giving a simple/short answer, I will highlight several points that make this a difficult question. I realize this is a question that touches upon something Christians have struggled to come ...
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Is observing any day by a Reformed Christian tantamount to keeping ceremonial law?

Much homework has been done in order to frame this question, and detailing the various points shows just what a can of worms this subject is. It is said that "a Reformed" stance shows a &...
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Is observing any day by a Reformed Christian tantamount to keeping ceremonial law?

For what the law could not do, in that it was weak through the flesh, God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh:  That the righteousness of the ...
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Is observing any day by a Reformed Christian tantamount to keeping ceremonial law?

I am not sure the reformed opinion on the Lord’s day (the Christian version of a kind of Sabbath) is completely agreed upon by all different reformed groups, just like the idea of tithes are not ...
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