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Good post Wade. I don't know how these OT myths continue to be perpetuated. Sadly, the OT myth has become a NT reality for many within the church: "Keeping the "new law" (after baptism etc.) will guarantee my salvation." Old lies die hard.

Wade Tannehill


I appreciate the feedback. As Paul had stated, if we could be saved by law, the Law of Moses would have been sufficient. To turn gospel into law does not solve our sin problem, but puts us right back into the same plight folks were in under Moses, or even worse since not everyone under Moses was a legalist who thought measuring up was a viable option.

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