Central to Christendom’s argument that the Torah or Law is ‘done away with’ is the obvious fact that there is no Temple…
Central to Christendom’s argument that the Torah or Law is ‘done away with’ is the obvious fact that there is no Temple and therefore, significant chunks of instruction cannot be carried out. But, does the absence of a Temple mean God did away with that part of the Law as Christendom believes? Or, does it simply mean that for the time being part of the Law cannot be obeyed?
Yeshua, when talking about the Torah and the Prophets, said,
…truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not [a]the smallest letter or stroke shall pass from the Law until all is accomplished.
With heaven and earth still clearly here, are there passages in the Law and the Prophets that have not been fulfilled?
To even the most ill informed reader of Scripture, it is clear there are hundreds, maybe…
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