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Psalm 1

I have been away from looking at Hebrew for a while, and didn’t really get as far as I’d like before. Part of that was not having a Hebrew Bible to work through and an instructional text that expected you … Continue reading

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Matthew 5:21-26

So, should the subtitle be, “You heard it said…” or, “But I say to you…”? Rather than pick, let’s recognize that together these two phrases provide a solid structure for looking at the words of Jesus. Let’s dive into the passage. … Continue reading

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Matthew 5:17-20

5.17 Mē nomisēte hoti ēthlon katalusai ton nomon hē tous prophētas; ouk ēthlon katalusai alla plērōsai. 5.18 amēn gar legō humin, heōs an parelthēi ho ouranos kai hē gē, iōta hen hē mia keraia ou mē parelthēi apo tou nomou, … Continue reading

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A Christian’s Relationship To Old Testament Law

Many Christians have struggled trying to understand their relationship to “the law”. There are some common misunderstandings on both sides of the spectrum. There are Christians who believe that the entire law is binding on believers. Many Christians would say … Continue reading

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