I am glad to answer questions about the Scriptures, Systematic, Biblical and Historic Theology, New Testament Greek, Biblical Hebrew (although my Greek is stronger than my Hebrew); and I am also glad to give pastoral advise and counsel.
A minister ordained in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church since 1993. Prior to that I served as an elder. Former Senior Police Chaplain. College and Seminary-level lecturer.
B.A. Psychology and Theology, M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary D.Min., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Law Enforcement Chaplaincy certification, ICPC
The idea of an enumeration of laws is part of the Jewish legalism that the apostle Paul opposed. Martin Luther (in some ways laying the foundation for later Dispensationalism) made a hard and fast distinction
Hello, Nathan. Are you in Florida now> I am not familiar with this work at all, so thank you for providing the text (and the link, although I'm afraid I don't have time to read the whole work right
Hi Kirk, That's a great question. Your follow up statement also shows a lot of wisdom ("not asking how God did this, or how God made our life"). It's significant to note that in Hebrew the word for
Beth, that is a really insightful question. First let's start with some groundwork. A god that could be completely explained would have to be a god of our invention. There are many things about God's
No, Nathan, you are not being legalistic. Read Genesis 9:22-23. There are numerous passages in the Pentateuch that prohibit "uncovering nakedness", and although there are those who would maintain that