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Practical, Visible Christianity

Almost all the doctrine we argue is theoretical and cannot be tested. There is nothing practical about our doctrines; there are no ways to see whether they work. Continue reading

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Who’s Greater Than John the Baptist?

Who is greater than John the Baptist? You are. I can guarantee this truth: Of all people ever born, no one is greater than John the Baptizer. Yet, the least important person in the kingdom of heaven is greater than … Continue reading

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Should Gentile Christians Keep the Law?

We do not keep the food laws of the Jews, but we do keep the food laws of the Law of Christ, which is the Law of Moses brought to fullness. We do so by meditating on the Word, parting from the world, and being in fellowship with those who do the same. Continue reading

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The True Sacrifices of God

So why doesn’t God want another young bull or even a single male goat from the Israelites? There’s actually two reasons … but we modern Christians have adopted one particular error that stops us from noticing one of those reasons. Continue reading

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