What does the Bible really say about how to get eternal life? Did Yeshua really mean that we should follow the Law of Moses? (Matthew 5) How did Yeshua teach his disciples to live Righteously? Does Paul agree with Yeshua that we are supposed to live righteously according to the Law of Moses? Is there a passage in the Scripture that provides the whole Gospel with all its details, or must we pick and choose verses from all over the Bible to understand the Gospel? This book uses the Book of Romans to explain the whole Gospel. It documents from Scripture the Grace process of salvation that includes living righteously according to the Law. It will require the reader to question a lot of preconceived ideas and provides alternative theories with logical and Scriptural documentation. Are you willing to honestly research the Scripture concerning this most vital topic of eternal life? When you get to the judgment, can you say that you lived according to what you understood the Scripture to say after honestly researching it in depth for yourself? Or do you want to tell the Judge that you were doing what some dude told you? Whether you agree or disagree, you should be able to say that you honestly studied it and are standing solidly on what the Bible says.Über den Autor:
Over the last 40 years, the author has investigated many movements and other religions to glean a unique understanding of the Bible. Accepting both the TeNaKh (Old Testament) and the New Testament as the inspired Word of God, He has attempted to understand its message to us, without the confinements of any dogma. He started with ten years of Fundamental Christianity but found it to be limited in content and thus turned to Judaism for further insight. He also investigated other religions, which provided insight concerning passages about meditation and other passages which were understood in only a limited way by conventional Bible students. Through Pentecostal and Revival movements he experienced the power of the Spirit. Messianic Judaism provided an outlet for combining these studies. The Nazarene Israel movement provided information on the Two Houses of Israel Theory. It also provided support for Torah Observance from the New Testament. But he took these preliminary ideas and studied them thoroughly on his own to verify that the Scripture really taught these things. Many of these movements, he studied for the purpose of disproving them, but came to realize some truth behind them, and thus has studied them from a critical but honest view. Having found Romans to be the one passage in the Scripture that details the Gospel, he found a way to let the Bible categorize the study of the Bible. This provided a starting place to be the foundation of all other understanding of the Scripture, rather than basing everything on a presumption or a dubious background, which is the cause of the widely differing interpretations of Scripture. He encourages the reader to question his preconceived ideas of what life is all about. When you go before the Judge, are you going to say that you did what some dude told you, or are you going to say that you studied the Bible for yourself, honestly and seriously and followed that. This book will help you to understand alternative interpretations of vital passages dealing with how to get eternal life and what is important in life, so that you can honestly investigate beyond your preconceived assumptions.
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