The New Law: The Fullness of the Old Law

I have been putting off making a video on the early Christian view of the Law because I wanted to make a really good video, maybe using Keynote (Mac’s PowerPoint program).

I haven’t had time, and I don’t see that I will very soon. The content is far more important than the presentation, though, so I sat down and taught on this important subject.

The video is 30-minutes long, but the whole point is made in not much over 10 minutes. The rest provides practical application so that this teaching is easier to understand. The last 10 minutes or so also touches on objections brought about by our modern traditions.

Please leave a comment for me. Did you understand this? Too long?

About Paul Pavao

I am married, the father of six, and currently the grandfather of two. I run a business, live in a Christian community, teach, and I am learning to disciple others better than I have ever been able to before. I believe God has gifted me to restore proper foundations to the Christian faith. In order to ensure that I do not become a heretic, I read the early church fathers from the second and third centuries. They were around when all the churches founded by the apostles were in unity. I also try to stay honest and open. I argue and discuss these foundational doctrines with others to make sure my teaching really lines up with Scripture. I am encouraged by the fact that the several missionaries and pastors that I know well and admire as holy men love the things I teach. I hope you will be encouraged too. I am indeed tearing up old foundations created by tradition in order to re-establish the foundations found in Scripture and lived on by the churches during their 300 years of unity.
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2 Responses to The New Law: The Fullness of the Old Law

  1. Shammah says:

    Thanks Buckstop!

  2. Buckstop77 says:

    Not too long. Well done. You made it quite clear.

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