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Is it possible for centuries of Bible teachers and scholars to have missed something vitally important in Paul's teachings? Could it be that Paul's writings actually support the Torah? Is the majority ever wrong?
If the law of God has not changed, then how could so many people be wrong, and for so long? Is that even possible? Does it even make sense to question established mainstream theology and test it to the Word of God? In this teaching, we answer such questions, and introduce the first video in The P...
Paul said that we are not "under the law"...but Paul makes mention of seven laws! Out of those seven laws, there is ONLY ONE we are no longer under. Which ONE law are we no longer under? Are we no longer under the law of God? A choice between context and doctrinal tradition is about to be pla...
Galatians is the “Holy Grail” of support supposedly teaching against obeying the Law of God. Let’s read it together, from start to finish, and see if popular opinion holds up. It is time to Test Everything.
The Pauline Paradox Series - Part 2 "The Paul You Never Knew" | 119 Ministries
Join us in part 2 of the Pauline Paradox Series. The common position of mainstream theology utilizes snippets from Paul to supposedly prove that God changed His law. Now is the time to learn the real Paul, the Paul you never knew.
The Pauline Paradox Series - Part 3 "Why Is Paul So Difficult to Understand?"
Join us in part 3 of the Pauline Paradox Series. The common position of mainstream theology utilizes snippets from Paul to supposedly prove that God changed His law. However, many fail to take heed to Peter's warning about how people were twisting Paul's letters to promote a lawless doctrine.