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Galatians 5 Opposes the “Grace Message”

Many Christians quote Paul to justify their disobedience to Torah. They say it is by grace through faith that we are saved. BUT… there are also a number of things that Paul said throughout his writings that prove that Paul is actually pro-law, not anti-law. For example, Paul said in Galatians 5 that anyone to […]

BitChute Discussion With Straitway Life Ministry

Below is a discussion that was posted as comments to the video entitled: “ACTS 21:17-26 PAUL PROVES HE IS NOT AGAINST TORAH” Here is the video link, from which this post was taken: https://www.bitchute.com/video/HmcVkcty6uo/ Straitway Life Ministry•7 days ago (November 22, 2018) Paul, who most likely is the author of the book of Hebrews, look at […]

New Covenant is NOT New Law

Many Christians say that we don’t go by the Torah anymore because we are under a New Covenant. They imply that the “Old Covenant” i.e. the Old Testament is synonymous with the Torah. And they equate the  New Covenant (New Testament) with a new law, which is not the Torah. People who believe this will […]

The Law of Noah (Noahide Laws) vs The Law of Moses vs The Law of the Messiah

I recently came across an article saying that some people are required to obey the Law of Noah, some people are required to obey the Law of Moses, and some, the Law of Messiah. To define this more specifically, the “Laws of Noah” are the Noahide Laws. Relatively recent Jewish doctrine says that there are […]

How Did Jesus Fulfill the Law?

We have heard it over and over again. Jesus “fulfilled” the law. But what does that mean? What did Jesus mean, He came to “fulfill” the law? First of all, let’s look at the scripture from where this term comes: Mat 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: […]

Eternal Torah

Definition: “Torah” – God’s guidelines and instructions for His people as per Genesis, Exodus,  Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Some people view Torah as irrelevant, and only useful for historical purposes. Others view Torah as “partly” relevant. Normally those who fall into this camp hold that the “10 Commandments” are still relevant. I find it quite […]