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The Doctrinal Garbage Can: Leaven Means Sin

When analyzing Scripture, everything in the OT had to be taken into account, or risk getting the interpretation wrong. This also includes the rituals, their symbolism, and its consistency of use through the entire Bible. We can see ideas as … Continue reading

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The Doctrinal Garbage Can: Cessationism

In the world, there is a hunger, a hunger that has been there since the beginning—a desire for a touch of the miraculous. We try to live life as though it is either unimportant or unnecessary, yet it remains and … Continue reading

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Little Broken Stones

Why is the belief that these places of worship are the Lord’s house prevalent, when the Bible clearly states they are not? Jesus called the Temple of His day “a house of prayer” (Matthew 21:13, Mark 11:17, Luke 19:46) because … Continue reading

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