eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Passing of the Law of Moses

Imposed Until the Time of Reformation #3 – The Passing of the Law of Moses

  Imposed Until the Time of Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses #3 Be sure to read the previous two articles, #1    #2 The writer of Hebrews said that the Law of Moses, including the entire cultic world of sacrifices, festal observances, washings and meats and drinks, was “imposed” (From epikeimai / epikeimena, ἐπικείμενα , Strong’s #1945)…

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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Passing of the Law of Moses, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

Imposed Until the Time of Reformation: The Passing of the Law of Moses – #2

Imposed Until the Time of the Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses #2 Be sure to read the first installment of this series here. What we have in Hebrews is a powerful demonstration of the “already-but-not-yet” transition period, the time when the Old Covenant and system was growing old, growing obsolete, and was nigh (engus) unto vanishing…

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Imposed Until the Time of Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses #1

Imposed Until the Time of the Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses – #1   The question of when the Law of Moses passed away continues to rage. The futurist view is that the Law of Moses was “nailed to the cross,” with appeal to Colossians 2:14-16. Unfortunately for the futurist view, Colossians does not actually say…

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