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I’m a NET TESTAMENT ONLY CHRISTIAN??? Getting back to loving both the OT/NT TOGETHER rather than seperately…

Posted by Gabriel (G²) on January 14, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4565LFdC_To

This is from a  clip from God’s Law and Society by Eric Holmberg and The Apologetics Group, this issue is discussed.

You can get this full length DVD at The Apologetics Group’s Official Website http://www.theapologeticsgroup.com . (less)

 IMHO, it is an Excellent video, especially in light of how many Christians today claim to love the Word of God and yet have this mentality that anything from the OT is to be looked upon with DISTAIN, or as if there’s nothing in the OT that Christians can learn from and that can help them to understand the NT better.

In their own words……

Do not think that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.”

– Jesus Christ
(Matthew 5:17)

Here our Lord speaks of fulfilling the law and the prophets. Well, since they’re fulfilled, where do you find this law and these prophets? You find them in the Old Testament.

There are some that say that “I’m a New Testament Only Christian” implying that they adhere only to what is written in the New Testament, but repeatedly the New Testament alludes back to the Old to bring clarity. They are not two seperate books, but make up one whole.

In this clip from God’s Law and Society by Eric Holmberg and The Apologetics Group, this issue is discussed.

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