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  1. Rachel Redux

    I wonder if Copeland heard about

    I have no idea what your point is. :oops:
  2. Rachel Redux

    I wonder if Copeland heard about

    ...the man in Texas who says God told him at a Bible study to look for 3 year-old Christopher Ramirez and he would find him? If we're close enough to God, He'll use us for His glory...
  3. Rachel Redux

    What is Messianic Judaism

    I look forward to it tremendously!
  4. Rachel Redux

    There is no Torah without Oral Torah

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  5. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    That's Pauline gospel, not Jesus's.
  6. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Yes, salvation comes through faith in Yeshua. However I personally believe that we're still expected to obey God's commands.
  7. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    That isn't really what he said. He said that he came to fulfill the Law. Example: Blue Letter Bible: Then shalt thou prosper, if thou takest heed to fulfil the statutes and judgments which the LORD charged Moses with concerning Israel: Please look at a Strong's Concordance and get the...
  8. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Well, here's the rub, Mr PICJAG101G...Paul did contradict Jesus/Yeshua and the Apostle John. Jesus said he didn't come except to the lost sheep of the House of Israel. He showed mercy to the Gentiles but wasn't sent for us. When Jesus sent out the Apostles (Matthew 20:5) he told them not to go...
  9. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Can you give specific examples of where the NT contradicts the OT?
  10. Rachel Redux

    trying to keep the Law vs keeping the Law

    You may not be interested but it surely is an issue. Yes, what we do in this life matters but David made it clear that there is life after this one. He knew he'd see his son again. What gobbledygook are you attempting to teach here? Maybe something Lakota-ish?
  11. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Didn't Elisha raise the dead? Not that I'm trying to disprove Yeshua as Messiah....I believe that3he is.
  12. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Thinking about this some more... As far as being truly kosher, I think you'd pretty much have to be part of an Orthodox family and live in an Orthodox community, in order to keep it properly. Even trying to observe the non-Orthodox Sabbath in my family is super hard. Every get-together in...
  13. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    My Heavenly Father allows me to "appropriate" his culture...in fact he insists on it. Paul's abrogation aside.
  14. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Not sure who you're addressing but can you show me where I've claimed to be "kosher?" Also, if I wanted to be a Jew, I'd convert.
  15. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    You're exactly right. This scripture actually means the exact opposite of what most people think it means.
  16. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Okay, well thank you for your thoughts.
  17. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Egypt does represent sin. And who gives a rat's patootie if SDAs disagree?
  18. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    I reject that teaching, or at least your understanding of it. No, I've just been Rachel Rachel under old versions of this forum. I was running out of choices for names.
  19. Rachel Redux

    Christian inconsistancy about the Law

    Egypt symbolizes sin. Yes, all believers were "brought out of Egypt (sin and its penalty) with a mighty hand." All God fearing people are required to observe the Sabbath. There is no new Sabbath day or change for Christians, either, as some claim.
  20. Rachel Redux

    Adam and Eve are not historical people.

    The Messiah Yeshua never contradicted his father...only sometimes the "sages" and the "scholars."
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