The only infallible interpreter of the holy Scripture is the Holy Spirit. This is a central hermeneutical principle we need to consider as we read through the Word of God. Only God can give a sufficient interpretation of His own Word. When we look at any passage of the Bible, one of our very first … Continue reading Colossians 2:16––Abrogation of the 4th Commandment?
In Part I, we established that we are enslaved to sin completely, as Paul clearly teaches in Romans 6. Part II covered that our will is bound to sin so deeply that "our members bear fruit for death," (7:5). In Part III, we discussed how depraved the mind is in sin and that "in the … Continue reading Paul’s Theology On The Bondage Of Sin Found In The Context Of Romans 6-8 PART IV
This is an excerpt from a lengthier article. See here. Many critics of the threefold division of the law—and thus opponents of the idea that God’s law serves as a rule for the lives of God’s New Covenant people—start their theologizing in Exodus with the initial codification of the law. However, if the law is … Continue reading The Law Before Sinai