Postmodern man after the Enlightenment (1600-1800+) does not like the bloody part of Christianity. Of course this man is shortsighted. This post answers the question and lays out the efficacious benefits of the blood of Christ for our salvation.
What is a biblical covenant? This is the post you need to read first in the biblical covenant series.
Let’s never give up on Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, leaving him up there as a mere martyr who was unfortunately put to death for being merely a good man. His sacrificial death is much deeper than that.
Has this covenant been fulfilled in Christ? If so, does this mean Israel does not have a right to exist as a Jewish state, as some Christians believe?
It begins in Exodus 19, and the Ten Commandments were delivered in Exodus 20. Is it a covenant of grace and law or law and what exactly?
Are the covenants made with Abraham still in force? Covenants (plural)? Are there more than one? A related, subsequent question: Do Jews have a biblical right to live in Israel today?
After God exercised his justice-wrath-judgment, he made a covenant with Noah. Is it relevant to us today?
Adam’s name means “humankind.” He represents all of humanity. Let’s see what we can learn from his story.
A council took place in heaven. The Triunity agreed that they would reach down to humanity and redeem it. It was a rescue mission. This agreement is also a covenant—the Covenant of Redemption.
The vast majority of Renewalists believe the tithe is commanded for them. But they are not being taught correctly; they are getting beat down and guilt-tripped with the law. No wonder few believers give regularly.