Volume II: Popular Misconceptions Corrected

 

CHAPTER #10: Jesus Christ’s Perspective of Judaism (i.e. The Sermon on the Mount)

Old Testament Righteousness & Regeneration – in summary

Misconceptions of Jesus Christ’s Reformation via “The Sermon on the Mount”

        Old Testament MORAL COMMANDMENT #1

        Old Testament MORAL COMMANDMENT #2

        Old Testament MORAL COMMANDMENT #3

        Old Testament MORAL COMMANDMENT #4

        Old Testament MORAL COMMANDMENT #5

        Old Testament MORAL COMMANDMENT #6

 

CHAPTER #11: A Regulator of Church Purity: The Ceremonial Law

Introduction

        The OT & NT Covenant Agreement: God-and-Man United in Peace

Old Testament Righteousness & Regeneration – ceremonially speaking

        Sacrifices

        Washings

        Clean & Unclean

        Lifting Up of Hands

        Rending Garments & Fasting

        Crying Aloud

        The Second Birth

Separation from Once-Born Imposters

 

CHAPTER #12: True Judaism & False Judaism According to the Book of Romans  

The Law in the Book of Romans

        Romans Chapter 2

        Romans Chapter 3

        Romans Chapter 4

        Romans Chapter 5

        Romans Chapters 6:1-7:14

        Romans Chapters 7:15-8:17

        Romans Chapters 9:1-10:21

 

CHAPTER #13: A Regulator of Church Purity: The Moral Law

Old Testament Righteousness & Regeneration – morally speaking

Moral Degeneration: No Willful Sinners Allowed in Israel, The Church

        A Whole-Hearted Pursuit of God – DEFINED

The Spirituality of the Law

        A Historical & Progressive Development of Doctrine & Explanation Regarding “The Spirituality of the Law” in the Salvation Experience of the Church from Generation to Generation prior to the Moral Law

        A Historical & Progressive Development of Doctrine & Explanation Regarding “The Spirituality of the Law” in its Moral Expression via the Lifestyles & Relationships of Everyday Church Members

        In Relationship to the Word of God, Spiritually Speaking, the Israelites were Violent Seekers after the LORD!

The Moral Law is a Tutor Depicting God’s Personality

        Point #1

        Point #2

        Point #3

        Point #4

The Grounds & Enforcement of the Moral Law via “The Death Penalty”

        Summary of Merciless Punishments

        Summary of Merciful Punishments

        The Element of Continuance

Thievery

Unlawful Sex

Un-Charitable Neglect

Fighting & Murder

        The Old Testament & New Testament Warnings in Perfect Alignment

 

CHAPTER #14: Tares Among the Wheat

THE MYSTERY- A Look at the Historical Context of the 1st Century

Jesus Christ’s Parables Are Snapshots of Unutterable Mysteries

        The Parable of the Sower

Notable Perplexities: parabolic words that, by definition, defy Doctrinal Rules

        Example #1: see the word “fear” used in 2 Kings 17:32-33, & 41

        Example #2: see the word “believe” used in John 8:31

        Example #3: see the word “believe” used in Luke 8:13

        Other Examples

The Doctrinal Rule of Church Purity, Seemingly Defied?

        The Tares Among the Wheat

        The Fishing Drag-Net in the Sea

 

APPENDIX #1: A 2-Stage, Populous Distinct, Chronology of Judgment

Introduction

The Old Testament

A Diversity of Judgments & the 1st Advent of Christ

The New Testament

        The Popular Interpretation

        The Arbitrary Judgment of the World Prior to the 2nd Advent of Christ

        General Statements of NT Qualification

        Saint-to-Saint Judgment in OT & NT Parallelism

        The Moral Law (“the Righteousness of the Law”) is the Definitive Ingredient

        Preventative Judgment: Saint-to-Saint Judgment Prior to the Death Penalty in the OT

        Preventative Judgment: Saint-to-Saint Judgment Prior to Excommunication in the NT

        Saint-to-Saint Discernment & Accountability in Relationship to God & Angelic Judgment

Spiritual Judgments

        Saint-to-Saint Judgment unto Excommunication in the NT – the Binding & Loosing Powers

        When Saint-to-Saint Judgment is Neglected in the OT

        When Saint-to-Saint Judgment is Neglected in the NT