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Re: The Ceremonial Law/The Ten Commandment Covenan
Reply #70 - Nov 2nd, 2008 at 7:40pm
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He didn't die in the 21st century.

I know, but if God's laws don't apply to the 20th and 21st Centuries also, what sins might I have committed that could be considered to be transgressions of the law and in need of forgiveness and atonement for by Christ or anyone else?

What sin is adultery if there is no law against it?

What sin is theft is there is no law against stealing?

What sis is murder if there is no law against murder?

What sin is homosexuality if there is no law against homosexuality?

What sin is worshipping many gods or idols if there is no law against it.

What sin is it if my children disrespect and dishonor me if there is no law against it.

What sin is taking the Lord's name in vain if there is no law against it?

If there are no laws to transgress how can sin even exist and if no sin exists what need is there for grace, mercy and salvation?

What do we even need God for if the laws by which He judges and condemns us by are no longer applicable in the 21st Century?


  
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Re: The Ceremonial Law/The Ten Commandment Covenan
Reply #71 - Nov 2nd, 2008 at 7:59pm
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joe_christian wrote on Nov 2nd, 2008 at 6:34pm:
It's God's commandments we have to obey, not Paul's, silly.



It's in the Bible.  Either all commands apply or not all commands apply.  If not all commands apply, then it's a question of where to draw the line.
  

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Re: The Ceremonial Law/The Ten Commandment Covenan
Reply #72 - Nov 2nd, 2008 at 8:00pm
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joe_christian wrote on Nov 2nd, 2008 at 7:40pm:
I know, but if God's laws don't apply to the 20th and 21st Centuries also, what sins might I have committed that could be considered to be transgressions of the law and in need of forgiveness and atonement for by Christ or anyone else?

What sin is adultery if there is no law against it?

What sin is theft is there is no law against stealing?

What sis is murder if there is no law against murder?

What sin is homosexuality if there is no law against homosexuality?

What sin is worshipping many gods or idols if there is no law against it.

What sin is it if my children disrespect and dishonor me if there is no law against it.

What sin is taking the Lord's name in vain if there is no law against it?

If there are no laws to transgress how can sin even exist and if no sin exists what need is there for grace, mercy and salvation?

What do we even need God for if the laws by which He judges and condemns us by are no longer applicable in the 21st Century?




How is any of that relevant to "the Mosaic law doesn't apply to Christians"?
  

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Re: The Ceremonial Law/The Ten Commandment Covenan
Reply #73 - Nov 2nd, 2008 at 8:13pm
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How is any of that relevant to "the Mosaic law doesn't apply to Christians"?

The laws which God gave to Moses do apply to Christians and Christians are commissioned by Christ to lawfully discipline the nations teaching them everything God has commanded us.

  
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Re: The Ceremonial Law/The Ten Commandment Covenan
Reply #74 - Nov 2nd, 2008 at 8:29pm
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It's in the Bible. Either all commands apply or not all commands apply. If not all commands apply, then it's a question of where to draw the line.

God's laws are in the Bible too.

Paul's letters don't supplant the Ten Commandments.

If they do then you are under the rule and law of Paul, not God.

How do we draw the line between which laws we keep and which we don't?

Look at each law and ask yourself whether God would be pleased if you kept it or broke it.

Our relationship to God is like a son to his father and God commands us to honor our parents.

  
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