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revised Which covenant is “New” in Galatians 3?
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comment Which covenant is “New” in Galatians 3?
Thanks. One thing that's still confusing is there Jeremiah passage that I referenced: "Behold, the days are coming, declares the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah". Why does God say that he will make a new covenant if it has already been made with Abraham?
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asked Which covenant is “New” in Galatians 3?
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awarded  Self-Learner
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accepted According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
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asked Did Paul expect Timothy to see “the last days”?
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
Great answer, thanks
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comment According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
Thanks! An interesting perspective
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comment Are women really saved by childbearing according to 1 Timothy 2:15?
This is great - I've never thought about it that way.
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accepted Are women really saved by childbearing according to 1 Timothy 2:15?
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asked Are women really saved by childbearing according to 1 Timothy 2:15?
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comment How can we determine if a text is sarcastic?
1 Cor 4:10 and 1 Cor 9:6 are good examples as well.
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comment According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
@JonEricson, thanks I love John Piper. I'll definitely check that out.
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comment According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
@JonEricson, thanks!
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awarded  Teacher
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revised According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
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answered According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
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asked According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
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comment What are the possible interpretations of 1 John 2:19?
@JonEricson, I think that last statement you added is fascinating, and opened a question regarding it, if you'd care to elaborate: christianity.stackexchange.com/q/7318/971