The blessing of the Shabbat is not only in the enjoyment and benefits of rest, but in the day itself. It will also bring about blessings from God. 284 more words
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During the Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King Jr. would speak of moving “from the who to the what.” Both after the murders of Freedom Riders: James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner in Mississippi and then after the beating death of Princeton Seminary student James Reeb in Alabama, King declared “it’s not so much 491 more words
If the Old Testament Law was meant to be temporary why is it always called eternal, enduring, and everlasting?
Why is the Old Testament called eternal?
Most evangelicals say that the Old Testament was meant to be temporary covenant, one that was planned to be replaced by a better covenant, if that’s the case, why is this covenant (or series of them) in the Old testament frequently called an “everlasting covenant” not a “temporary covenant”? 305 more words
What is this mandate for which Jesus had been granted his apostolic authority?
The authority that Jesus exercised was given to him for a purpose, he was anointed with the Holy Spirit for a purpose, this purpose is his apostolic mandate, the Church shares in the same apostolic mandate that Jesus was given for she is his body. 1,337 more words