At this point, though, I would like to say a little about the fact that at the present time a significant part of the Christian world tends to accept one of the most dangerous heresies.
My position is that whether we are predestined or not, my job description is the same, as we are called to be a witness to the world. Jesus was sent by the Father to save all of us and Calvin missed that.
Therefore, Calvin may have been a teacher of sorts but he was not a prophet.
We need to remember that. A prophet of God does not make a mistake. If we are here to be witnesses we must remember the best witness is one who shows others the Love of God. Ben January 12, at 4: I am seeking truth. But I have lots of questions. First some of the things I am reading about the ISR98 are concerning and I would like to get your honest unbiased opinion.
Some content that I am reading is saying that the ISR is corrupt translation full of doctrinal biases in the HR movement just learning about that and they have taken liberties with the text to push their agenda.
I went and downloaded that translation onto my phone after reading your materials but now I have concerns when I see how they have changed certain words like for example renewed covenant instead of new covenant.
I loved your names study. I have been feeling very convicted of late about using the generic term God when addressing either the Heavenly Father or Messiah.
However, I just found a name study that is very technical and it seems to contradict your name study.
This person asserts that those who claim the name Jesus is a derivative of zeus has no historical proof whatsoever to back up this claim. Also the Hebrew he shows seems to differ than what you show?? I would be happy to share with you the URL so you can read and provide me with your honest opinion of his or her work.
Lastly, although I am curious about a lot more, I wanted to get your response regarding the observance of the Sabbath. If you are saying there is no basis for a Saturday Sabbath then what day are you observing? Also I have a good friend who is a very devout follower of Judaism and he observes Sabbath from sun down Friday to sun down Saturday.
Anyway I am looking forward to hearing back from you and learning more. David January 13, at Bible scholars will always debate about what version is best, especially King James only people.
So it is in fact an old covenant, that was made new, when Messiah ratified it with His blood. So the ISR got that right. As for the HR movement, some people are very legalistic; but the fact is that the Tanakh, the Old Testament, is a Hebrew book. The Spirit is moving to return people to the ancient path of truth, and that involves understanding the Feast Days, the Hebrew names, etc.
As for the names, people will debate endlessly about that too. I follow the lunisolar sabbath calendar, which bases the Sabbath on the lunar cycle.
That is the beauty of the lunisolar Sabbath calendar. That is a Jewish fable. The only day that we are to start an observance the night before is the Feast of Atonement, which declares to start in the evening of the 9th day, not the 10th day.Christianity, Islam, answering christianity, answering islam, islam, allah, muhammad, jesus, christianity, christ, quran, qur'an, koran, bible, jehovah, yahweh.
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