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There are two major dispensations in the Bible. One is the law of Moses under which only the Levitical priesthood could eat the bread in the temple. The other is Grace which has the priesthood of Melchizedek in a shadow as the High Priest and Jesus as the anti-type or the high priest. Now look at Jesus's speech in heaven before he becomes a man; Heb ...


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Mike's answer speaks to the architecture of The Holy Bible. In the simplest terms, God does not change so when He does something, He establishes a pattern of His work. Since God is always at work, His pattern of work will always be present. An example would be an artist whose style enables a student to correctly pick out the artist's work from a group of ...


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Mark was the earliest to be written and it starts: "The beginning (arche) of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God" (Mark 1:1) The Greek arche means beginning such as first in a series. When the reader gets to the initial ending they would be expecting more since what is written is incomplete. Not incomplete in the sense of lacking sufficient evidence ...



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