Messianic Apologetics editor J.K. McKee conducts an oral review of Four Views of Law and Gospel.
Posts Tagged: Protestant Theology
When many of us think about some of the most significant theological debates of the past three or five decades, we are probably immediately drawn into thinking about conservatives and liberals sparring over the reliability of the Holy Scriptures, creationists and evolutionists fighting about the origins of humankind, Scripturalists and cultists warring over the Divinity of Yeshua, and most recently the controversy that has been rising up over homosexuality and gay marriage. How many of us are consciously aware that there has been a debate ensuing among evangelical Christians, and various others, for over three decades surrounding the Sabbath?
How do you respond to the claim that Christ has done away with the ceremonial law, but that the moral law of God remains?
What is your opinion on the Protestant Reformation?
Do you believe that the Torah or Law of Moses is binding on Christians?
Are Christian people who do not keep Torah hopelessly lost? I notice that your ministry freely, and sometimes liberally, quotes Christian Bible scholars. There are a great number of people in the Hebrew Roots movement who think that they have a corner on the “truth,” and that everyone else is in error.
Does your ministry have a position on Calvinism or Arminianism?
In the Reformed and Wesleyan traditions, the Law of Moses has been customarily sub-divided into the moral, civil, and ceremonial law.