ALL Old Testament Laws Cancelled: 24 Reasons Why All Old Testament Laws Are Cancelled and All New Testament Laws Are for Our Obedience

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"ALL Old Testament Laws Cancelled"

24 Reasons Why All Old Testament Laws Are Cancelled And All New Testament Laws Are for Our Obedience

God's Law Explained Simply with 7 Diagrams, 20 Charts, & 714 Verses.

The Sabbath, Decalogue, Covenants, Infant Baptism & State-Church.

Covenant Theology, Antinomianism, and New Covenant Theology.

Greg Gibson's goal was to write the ...

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Overview

"ALL Old Testament Laws Cancelled"

24 Reasons Why All Old Testament Laws Are Cancelled And All New Testament Laws Are for Our Obedience

God's Law Explained Simply with 7 Diagrams, 20 Charts, & 714 Verses.

The Sabbath, Decalogue, Covenants, Infant Baptism & State-Church.

Covenant Theology, Antinomianism, and New Covenant Theology.

Greg Gibson's goal was to write the clearest and easiest to understand explanation of the law. He "translates scholar-speak into pew-speak" with 7 diagrams and 20 charts. Will this be the book that starts a revolution uniting groups divided over God's law for centuries? Time will tell.

* Which of the 3 views is yours? Take The 30-Second, Law-View Test p. 13

* What 12 names does God call the Decalogue in all 56 verses? p. 23

(Moral law = 0, Ten Commandments = 3 in the O.T. and 0 in N.T.)

* Does I did not come to abolish the law really preserve the Decalogue? p. 41

* How to harmonize Paul's negative and positive verses on the law. p. 41

* Are OT laws quoted in the NT continued or transferred? p. 76

* Does we're not under law, but under grace mean there's no law? p. 109

* See 13 ways how we still use the whole Old Testament today. p. 140

* Is infant baptism based on Old Testament or New Testament Laws? p. 6

Expanded Contents

Preface p. 6

Introduction p. 8

Part I. 9 Objections to "All Old Testament Laws Are Cancelled" p. 16

1. "But the Ten Commandments Are the Eternal, Unchanging, Moral Law of God" p. 17

7 Clear Facts About the Sabbath p. 30

What About Decalogue-Evangelism? p. 35

2. "But Christ Did Not Come to Abolish the Law" p. 41

3. "But the Law Is Written on the Heart in the New Covenant" p. 56

4."But There Is One Covenant of Grace" p. 65

5. "But We Do Not Void the Law, We Uphold it" p. 72

6. "But the Law Is Holy, Righteous, and Good" p. 63

7. "But All Scripture Is God-Breathed and Useful" p. 74

8. "But Old Testament Commands Are Quoted in the New Testament" p. 76

9. "But That's Just Dispensationalism" p. 79

Part II. 8 Reasons Why All Old Testament Laws Are Cancelled p. 80

10. The Apostles Never Made Exceptions Qualifying Their Criticisms of the Law of Moses p. 81

11. The Law of Moses Can't Be Separated Into 3 Parts p. 82

12. The Ten Commandments Are the Foundational Document of the Whole Old Covenant p. 84

13. The Jerusalem Council Concluded That Gentile Converts Don't Need to Obey the Law for Justification or Sanctification p. 86

14. Since Genesis Is Part of the Law, the Commands From Genesis - Sinai Are Cancelled p. 87

15. The Whole Decalogue Had an Historical Beginning and End p.90

16. The Church Is Built on the Foundation of New Testament Apostles and Prophets' Teaching p. 92

17. Archaeology Testifies That Our Bible Contains 2 Separate Canons (Rules) p. 94

Part III. 3 Objections to "All New Testament Laws Are for Our Obedience" p. 108

18. "But We're Not Under Law, But Under Grace" p. 109

19. "But Love Is the Only Law" p. 112

20. "But the New Covenant Law Is Written in the Heart, Not the New Testament" p. 115

Part IV. 4 Reasons Why All New Testament Laws Are for Our Obedience p. 118

21. The Apostles Gave Hundreds of Commands After the Cross p. 119

22. Sin Is Lawlessness p. 120

23. The Bible Never Criticizes the Law of Christ, But Praises It p. 121

24. Jesus Christ is Lord p. 123

Part V. Conclusion: Sanctification Is Christ-Centered (Not Law-Centered) p. 128

Appendix I: Does New Covenant Theology Allow Beastiality and Incest? p. 136

Appendix II: 13 Ways How We Use the Whole Old Testament Today p. 140

Annotated Bibliography: The Most Helpful Sources p. 143

Scripture Index p. 148

Subject Index p. 153

Author Index p. 155

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789719422204
  • Publisher: JesusSaidFollowMe Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/1/2008
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 0.34 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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