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The Soteriological Implications of “Another Justification”

Without allowing for the historical context given to us in Acts and Galatians, which clearly shows us the theological problems that were happening in Jerusalem and what was being taught there erroneously, and treating James’ letter as an apostolic document (he was not an apostle!) rather than a historical/wisdom document that should be included in […]

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Hebrews 8 – The Gospel as the Perfect Recipe

Hebrews 6 provides insight into the nature of our salvation through Christ. The Davidic covenant and the Abrahamic covenant are combined into one everlasting covenant between the Father and the Son, highlighting Christ’s unique role as both king and priest in fulfilling God’s promises to his people. The Davidic covenant is central to the argument

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Hebrews – God’s Speaking in the Radiance of His Glory

I. Introduction I’ve encountered some issues with outlining long messages. I’m not able to put timestamps in them for now, and if I was not super organized in my presentation of the data, its difficult for the outline to be generated. GPT is a good way to determine if your messages are coherent. if it

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Christ Giving Himself As Our High Priest in Hebrews

Christ has been said to be given for us in three ways: through his death, his resurrection, and his life. The knowledge of his high priesthood fills in the details of how he ministers to us intimately and personally, making constant intercession, and dealing with us in a sustained and constant manner. Through his high

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