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Comment on What’s the Difference Between the Old Covenant & New Covenant in the Bible? by brianhyde.

Correct? How is that correct? If we follow your logic we are still bound by the Mosaic Law to offer animal sacrifices!

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What’s the Difference Between the Old Covenant & New Covenant in the Bible?
No Gilan I do not think it is wise for you and I to enter a debate. Firstly you totally ignored by two requests and secondly you continue to project yourself as judge and jury in all things and that anyone who does not hold to your ideas doesn’t know what they are talking about. I am very familiar with your type of personality but I will say no more other than that I find I am not prepared to debate with someone who is self-opinionated and wishes to bring her own agenda just as I suspected.


What’s the Difference Between the Old Covenant & New Covenant in the Bible?
ps
Oh, and btw, whilst I am very teachable, believe me, I am wondering if you have come along here with a preconceived agenda to teach us all what your church believes so that we must “learn” from you. If that IS your agenda, then count me out. 🙂


What’s the Difference Between the Old Covenant & New Covenant in the Bible?
Look, Gilan, this blog has, from the author’s own leading argument, one comprehensive article after another dealing with the central issue and from both sides of the fence. You come along, with great aplomb, brush it all aside, post up an article which sets out a long list of unrelated issues, scrambled ideas and disjointed arguments which betrays clear bias (and what seems to be classic Seventh day Adventist spiel or something very similar, if I’m not mistaken). Moreover, you address only those who support your peculiar ideas whilst ignoring those who do not. Now, pray tell me, does that show an “open heart”, a mind free from argumentation?

This forum is not about the bad guys versus the good guys, those who are right and those who are wrong, there is already far too much of that in Christianity (which is why it is so fragmented).– besides, we could all be wrong — but it is about debating candidtly and openly, without the canker of prejudice, and showing respect for other people’s views whilst disagreeing passionately.

And, not least, it is about taking into consideration WHAT HAS ALREADY BEEN SAID on a particular matter, from both sides of the spectrum, and then BUILDING UPON THAT in order to find common ground where we can meet.

There are people here who have clearly spent hours preparing indepth answers all appropriately referenced from scripture etc. But do you address these? Not at all! You ignore what has been said by those who oppose your conclusions and address only those who support you. Well, my dear, if you are going to debate like that and everyone follows your example, then this blog will deteriorate into a battlefield and we will go round and round the garden, ad infinitum, ad nauseum.

Apart from agreeing that we have a gracious spirit toward each other, I have two requests:.

1. If we are going to debate could we please deal with one point at a time and once we agree, or agree to disagree, then move on to the next point?. I myself must needs do the same.
2 When you write would you mind to follow convention by adding a capital letter at the start of each sentence so that I can understand where one idea stops and another starts?

Thank you and God richly bless you :

Brian


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