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Keeping the law vs. living by grace : a substantive discourse on the place of the law in the New Testament

Author: Thomas W Triggs
Publisher: [Greens Fork, Ind. : Thomas W. Triggs], 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"This book is a running commentary on the major issues and verses in the Old and New Testament which speak about the Law and Grace. Not every passage is covered but of those that are dealt with, the author attempts to show clearly that the idea of keeping any part of the Law not only works counter to the very purpose of God but also denies the reason why Christ came. By doing so, one by default is rejecting the very  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas W Triggs
ISBN: 9780988671218 0988671212
OCLC Number: 828684341
Description: 82 p. : charts ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Common questions --
Old Testament discussion about law. Terms. Divisions of the law. Moses : discussion of the Old Testament law --
What did the law include? --
New Testament discussion of the law. The Gospels and Acts --
Romans --
Galatians --
Hebrews --
James, 1 John & Revelation --
The Sabbath test --
Conclusion --
Appendix I. Chart of the law / Scroggie. The regulation of the law / Scroggie. The ratification of the law --
Appendix II. Details of the Old Covenant [and] Details of the New Covenant --
Appendix III. Application of the law (as given to the children of Israel).
Other Titles: Keeping the law versus living by grace
Responsibility: by Thomas Triggs.

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"This book is a running commentary on the major issues and verses in the Old and New Testament which speak about the Law and Grace. Not every passage is covered but of those that are dealt with, the author attempts to show clearly that the idea of keeping any part of the Law not only works counter to the very purpose of God but also denies the reason why Christ came. By doing so, one by default is rejecting the very revelation God presents in His word about salvation as well as salvation itself"--Make A Defence (web site): <http://www.make-a-defense.org/#/books-and-dvds/4568615391>.

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