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Wednesday's Word ~ Leviticus 26

 Leviticus 26

“You shall not make idols for yourselves or erect an image or pillar, and you shall not set up a figured stone in your land to bow down to it, for I am the Lord your God.  1,277 more words

Bible

Frying Pan to Fire: The Doctrine of "Republication"

In the book of Exodus we see that God went to great lengths to rescue his chosen people Israel from cruel oppression in order to give them their inheritance, a beautiful land flowing with milk and honey.   355 more words

Mosaic Covenant

Spirit-Wrought Obedience or General Outward Obedience?

A topic of major discussion (and unfortunately, consternation) in the Reformed denominations is the question of whether the Mosaic Covenant functioned with a provisional (temporary) works-principle whereby the people of Israel were… 1,270 more words

Mosaic Covenant

Why The Law? - Galatians 3:19-22

As you have seen thus far Galatians 3 is a tough chapter. Lots of phrases that can be confused if one does not understand the proper context. 699 more words

Torah

Hermann Witsius on the Mosaic Covenant

Hermann Witsius (1636-1703) was a Reformed theologian from the Netherlands. In his book Economy of the Covenants, where Witsius was trying to reconcile two camps of Covenant Theology, we find a great source for post-Reformation covenant theology. 1,015 more words

Mosaic Covenant

The Mosaic Covenant, Was a Type of Works Principle, According to Calvin

When the subject of the covenant God made with Moses (The Mosaic Covenant) comes up it raises a number of questions. Questions such as, “What was the purpose of the Mosaic covenant?” “What purpose does the Mosaic covenant have for New Testament Christians?” or “How are we to understand the function of the Mosaic covenant in relation to the work of Jesus?” I hope to explore some of these questions and use/recommend the book… 983 more words

Calvin

The Gospel and Deuteronomy | The Gospel Centered Woman

If Leviticus is about God dwelling with His people, Deuteronomy is a book about His children bearing His image. Deuteronomy is about God calling His people back to reflect Him and His glory. 104 more words