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Should We Keep the Sabbath? (Part 4)
In this lesson we shift from considering some common arguments for observing the Sabbath, to some arguments against binding the Sabbath on men living today. Arguments Against 1. Let no one judge. Colossians 2:16-17 reads, “So let no one judge … Continue reading
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Should We Keep the Sabbath? (Part 3)
In this lesson, we will continue to consider some common arguments for observing the Sabbath. Arguments For 16. He added No More. After The Ten Commandments were set forth (Deuteronomy 5:1-21), we are told that, “He added no more” (Deuteronomy … Continue reading
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World Religions: Judaism
Judaism is the smallest of the five major world religions: Christianity; Islam; Hinduism; Buddhism; Judaism (A World religion is an internationally widespread religion – Wikipedia). It numbers almost 14 million (Largest Religions in the World, worldatlascom). Most of these live … Continue reading
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Matthew 12:1-8 – Situation Ethics?
“At that time Jesus went through the grain fields on the Sabbath. And His disciples were hungry, and began to pluck the heads of grain and to eat. And when the Pharisees saw it, they said to Him, ‘Look, Your … Continue reading
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The Tabernacle, Temple, and Church
There are several points of comparison to be made between the tabernacle and temple of old and the church. Let’s notice… The Expense The expense that went into constructing the tabernacle and temple of old was very great. The lampstand … Continue reading
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The Work Week
God outlined the work week for Israel. He said, “Six days shalt thou labour, But the seventh day thou shalt not do any work” (Exodus 20:9-10; Deuteronomy 5:13-14). At least, three important points are taught here: (1) God expected them … Continue reading
A Careful Study of Matthew 24:1-35
Religious history is filled with date-setters. William Miller, a member of what later became the Seventh Day Adventist, was one such. In 1843 he set a date for the Lord’s return. The predicted year of His return was to be … Continue reading
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