Some Christians keep the seventh-day Sabbath, but not other Old Testament laws. Some Christians teach tithing, but not other Old Testament laws. Some Christians keep more, some less. Why one and not another? Anyone who wants to make sense out of the Old Testament needs to learn how to discern the difference between obsolete and current. In this book, the guidelines given by the Bible itself are examined and applied. Written at a level any lay Christian can understand, because the author is convinced that all Christians can and should understand this part of the Christian Bible.
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Whether I write in favor of the Sabbath or against it, the result will be controversial. That is why the first part of the book deals with broader principles; it is after this foundation has been established that we can study the Sabbath in more depth. I think this book will be particularly helpful for people who are considering leaving or joining a Sabbath-keeping church.
The question is not whether we should obey God, but which laws are still valid. The New Testament gives us the guidance we need.About the Author:
Michael Morrison has degrees from Southern Illinois University, Ambassador College, Azusa Pacific University, and is currently studying at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is active in youth ministry in NewLife Fellowship, Pasadena, California.
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Book Description iUniverse, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110595232817