Reforming the Church’s Understanding of the OT (Post 34) – Use of the Law by the Apostles (Part 15)

In this portion of the series, we’re reviewing one of the most compelling arguments for the ongoing validity of the Law – its continued use by the Apostles. In general, the gospels and books of the New Testament are absolutely saturated with direct and indirect references to the Old Testament. That said, I am excluding […]

Reforming the Church’s Understanding of the OT (Post 33) – Use of the Law by the Apostles (Part 14)

In this portion of the series, we’re reviewing one of the most compelling arguments for the ongoing validity of the Law – its continued use by the Apostles. In general, the gospels and books of the New Testament are absolutely saturated with direct and indirect references to the Old Testament. That said, I am excluding […]

Reforming the Church’s Understanding of the OT (Post 32) – Use of the Law by the Apostles (Part 13)

In this portion of the series, we’re reviewing one of the most compelling arguments for the ongoing validity of the Law – its continued use by the Apostles. In general, the gospels and books of the New Testament are absolutely saturated with direct and indirect references to the Old Testament. That said, I am excluding […]