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reply to post by WarminIndy
If you try without understanding what the writer was trying to say, your interpretation will be wrong.
God can give people an insight beyond words but I think that those revelations happen when you can appreciate them and see the context and where it fits.edit on 16-4-2014 by jmdewey60 because: (no reason given)
reply to post by WarminIndy
I edited just so you know, but what is replacement theology?
The NIV is not the only translation that has it different from the King James.
It doesn't matter how you twist the verse, it says SIN IS TRANSGRESSION OF THE LAW, YAHUWAHs law is called the TORAH. The laws of Moshe is YAHUWAHs law.
You can't find anywhere in the Bible it saying that.
. . . that law is TORAH, the same law YAHUSHUA followed, the same law that SHAUL followed, and the same law that the disciples followed.
Words mean things.
None of the writers moved by inspiration of God so everything in the Bible is some guy sitting and writing about his own thoughts?
"Replacement theology" is what Dispensationalists call the basic principle of Christianity, that they are God's chosen people, as it says in the New Testament.
replacement theology is believing that the Christian church has replaced the Jews and Israel in God's favor
Since you must know a lot about it in order to judge, why don't you tell us what is the right thing, or interpretation?
You are all wrong and your motivations are all selfish.
It's not a misunderstanding because the spiritual aspect is expressly in the text and is not a product of interpretation.
Because I know that it is nothing more than a misunderstanding of a statement or turn of phrase taking out of proportion into mystical and mythological territory.
That comes out from a straightforward reading of the New Testament, so that is not what is at fault.
The heaven part is not whats important, what occurs on earth is what is important, and if all are striving to create the best society possible, then what about that would not please God?
He was killed by a highly profitable business that was selling God. He looked to be giving a way to bypass their system.
He was pure good, and innocent, he was a lamb that was slaughtered, because the world of men is full of wolves.
Jesus had to die before he could be resurrected.
Jesus died because of your sins...not you personally, but man kinds.
I change my beliefs according to my current understanding of scripture.
it is easy to see that you are once again trying to make scripture fit what you believe.
Using your own criteria of truth, where is the scripture that says that, or are you trusting in human understanding?
he followed the TORAH perfectly, and this is a FACT.
He meant the law as he described it, as opposed to how it was described by the Pharisees.
Matthew 5:18 For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.
I'm sure there are always people trying to do that.
. . . continuing to have civilization ruled by men, men who act as God on earth.
originally posted by: jmdewey60
a reply to: ImaFungiBelieving in what you call magic, to start with.
What would the qualifications for me to be a prophet . . .