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Commonly understood as the first theologian of the Christian faith, Paul set forth the categories by which we describe our relationship with Christ. Did he understand the new covenant Jesus announced at the Last Supper primarily as a replacement of the old Mosaic covenant God made with Israel, or as a renewal and completion of the old? Jason Meyer surveys the various differences that have been argued between the two covenants in The End of the Law, carefully and inductively perfoming a semantic, grammatical, and contextual analysis of all the Pauline texts dealing with covenant concepts.

Book seven of the New American Commentary Studies in Bible & Theology series, an extension of the long-respected New American Commentary.

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Have you been robbed by religion? Have you ever wondered where you really stood with God? For everyone trapped in a mindset of wondering whether God is angry or disappointed with them due to a lack of performance or dedication, help is on the way. In fact, it already arrived more than a couple thousand years ago.

Christian churches are filled with people who have been hearing Bible teaching built upon a foundation of mixing together two very different covenants that are not alike. Frequently embraced in most Christian circles, the practice of combining the old and new covenants has resulted in a diluted version of the gospel. This religious formula has caused many to avoid the institutional church altogether, often puts them in a state of confusion, and leaves them hungering and thirsting for a new identity of righteousness, unaware it has already been provided.

The current reality of unconditional love, peace, freedom, forgiveness, and everything else that is good, has been gifted to us by God's grace through the finished work of Jesus Christ. This is the message most people have been longing to experience, but it may require a complete change of mind from a lifetime of traditional church doctrines that have left many drowning in guilt and feeling as though they are in a state of bondage. God has provided a way of escape from the burdensome religious business—it is through a New Covenant where it is impossible for us to fail, because Jesus is the mediator and guarantee of this better covenant, and it has been established on better promises.

The Final Remnant - A People of Covenant- "Understanding the Mosaic Covenant"

In part one Yosef explained the importance of the Abrahamic Covenant in relation to our salvation experience, now in part two Yosef takes a detailed look at the .

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Honor Dr. King With Love, Not Hate, for the Jewish State - American Spectator

King would be terribly disheartened to see decades of anti-Semitism preached by African-American leaders who sell themselves as Dr. King’s heir to the civil rights movement. History clearly shows that those white Americans that stood by Dr. King in the 1950s and 1960s were the Jews. From activism to financial support, American Jewry was there to support the African-Americans. And just as Dr. King preached equality and justice for African-Americans, he was equally supportive of the idea of a Jewish homeland. In other words, Dr. King was a Zionist. “The whole world must see that Israel must exist and has a right to exist, and is one of the great outposts of democracy in the world,” said Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a 1967 interview. As far back as 1968, Dr. King warned of the hatred behind using “Zionism” as code for “Jews. ” In the December 1969 issue of Encounter magazine, political sociologist Seymour Martin Lipset wrote about a Cambridge dinner he attended with Dr. King:. King snapped at him and said, ‘Don’t talk like that. You’re talking ‘anti-Semitism. Source:

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  • Honor Dr. King With Love, Not Hate, for the Jewish State

    01/16/17 ,via American Spectator

    Paul uses "the Jews" to denote those among the Hebrew nation that clung to the Mosaic Covenant of Law as a means of salvation, and in doing so, they rejected the New Covenant of Grace. The phrase has no relation to the content of your anti-semitic rant

  • SMITH: The End of American Exceptionalism

    01/20/17 ,via Yale Daily News (blog)

    In I Samuel, the Israelites grow tired of the high demands of living up to the original Mosaic covenant. They have witnessed the abuse of power and approach the prophet Samuel to demand to be ruled by a king. The demand to live as “a kingdom of priests 

  • Islam in the USA – Points of Conciliation

    Dutch jurist Hugo Grotius shared his admiration for the Hebrew commonwealth, 1601: “Within the Hebrew republic itself, there always lived some strangers (not bound by Mosaic religious law), known as Hasidei Umot….yet were allowed to live amongst the


As Christians living under the new covenant, are we still under the Mosaic Law? Answers from the Bible. 02/01/17, @ProLifeProGod
As Christians living under the new covenant, are we still under the Mosaic Law? Answers from the Bible. 02/01/17, @christianwayusa
Exodus & The Mosaic Covenant, Part 2 02/01/17, @SharperIron



  • The Mosaic Covenant and the Concept of Works in Reformed Hermeneutics

    1983. 706 pages.
  • Covenant Theology

    University Press of America. 2004. ISBN: 0761830626,9780761830627. 374 pages.

    In Covenant Theology, author Jeong Koo Jeon makes a much-needed contribution to 21st century biblical and systematic theology. He explores the debate between John Murray and Meredith G. Kline, placing their ideas in the larger context of Biblical studies that have had a direct influence on Reformed theology and evangelicalism. Although the theologies of Murray and Kline contain significant differences, they both maintain a distinction between a covenant of creation and a covenant of grace. In addition, they both advocate a fundamental antithesis between law and gospel, giving a priority to law over gospel in the temporal and logical order of divine works. Jeon sees these distinctions as hermeneutic tools that are essential for better understanding of biblical revelation as well as...

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  • Relating the Biblical Covenants (in 1 picture)

    02/01/17 ,via Patheos

    The foundational event in Israel’s formation is the exodus narrative. Following the exodus, God establishes the Mosaic covenant (i.e. the “Law”, “Old Covenant”). Israel continues to use circumcision as a sign of their covenant with God.

  • Covenant Theology: A Reformed Baptist Perspective

    01/31/17 ,via

    The next chapter attempts to tackle various complex issues surrounding the nature of the mosaic covenant. He begins with the standard reformed argument for the trifold division of the mosaic law. Then, Griffiths veers into the complex and often abstract ...

  • Is Jesus’ Yoke Really Easy? Is His Burden Actually Light?

    01/30/17 ,via Crosswalk

    He was speaking to Jews under the Mosaic Law who were heavily burdened both by their inability to obey the Law and by their corrupt religious leadership. He was inviting them to enter into his New Covenant rest—not a kind of rest that is void of ...


What is the Mosaic Covenant? -

Question: "What is the Mosaic Covenant?" Answer: The Mosaic Covenant is a conditional covenant made between God and the nation of Israel at Mount Sinai (Exodus 19-24).

Covenant (biblical) - Wikipedia

A biblical covenant is a religious covenant that is described in the Bible. All Abrahamic religions consider biblical covenants important. Of the covenants found in ...

Mosaic Community Covenant Church

Covenant World Relief. Covenant World Relief has been the Evangelical Covenant Church’s response to human suffering and injustice in the world for more than 60 years.

The Final Curtain
The Final Curtain
2001 It’s the final curtain for the former Whiteladies Road cinema, as city’s planning committee gives the go-ahead to turn it into a health club. Jan 21 was a sad day for Bristol’s cinema lovers. Despite strong protests from campaigners, and a 5,000-strong petition, the city’s planning committee finally decided, by six to four, to give the nod of approval to plans by London-based developer Medinbrand to change that much-loved landmark, the Grade Two-listed, Whiteladies Road cinema, into a health club. The permission means that the outside will not be touched but internally the seats, projection rooms, suspended ceiling, timber cladding and foyer partitions will go. But, as part of the deal, the decorative plasterwork will stay and the former ballroom and auditorium will be restored. Although the cinema, then the oldest left in the city, finally closed its doors to the public in December 2001 it’s a crying shame that Bristol has now lost another community cinema and, with it, a...
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Weston Masonic Building (28) Mosaic Pavement and Indented Skirting in front of a Masonic Altar
Weston Masonic Building (28) Mosaic Pavement and Indented Skirting in front of a Masonic Altar
2012 Doors Open Toronto. The Mosaic Pavement by GABRIEL VASILE OLTEAN Expert Inspector of NGLR for Western Region; Past Worshipful Master, ZAMOLXIS Lodge, no. 182, Deva "The interior decoration of a masonic lodge comprises ornaments, accessories and insignia. The ornaments are: the mosaic on the floor - respresenting spirt and matter, the shining star and the laced edge, which remind us always the first of the presence of God and the second of the protective wall" - cites Charles W Leadbeater from the ritual of mixed masonry in his work "Freemasonry - Rites and Initiations." In the center of the Temple, on the ground, there is a rectangular floor, with black and white tiles, called the mosaic pavement (theoretically, cubes seen perspectivally), where a relgaion obtains between the sides, either 2:1 (the long square) or 1.618.../1 (the golden number), thus coming up with a surface proportional...
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23.12.2012: mosaic from a Samaritan synagogue, probably representing either the biblical tabernacle or the Samaritan temple on Mount Gerizim. As far as I could see no provenance was given for this mosiac. Museum of Israel, Jerusalem.
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The Mosaic Covenant | Westminster Presbyterian Church
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