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Video: Preparing to look at rabbinical writings to untangle seeming New Testament grace vs. law double-speak

This video — “Building a Bridge” — is the third installment in the Be a “Berean” study series. This short video is to hit home on one of the most important view of this series: “We are saved by grace.”

We will also discuses what we are going to move on to in the next video. We will prepare to conciser rabbinical writings and get a deeper understanding on how they play a big part in the New Testament.

Video series: Be a Berean (Study the Word of God for Yourself)

Be a Berean video series

This video Bible study series by Sean Hilton takes a page from the Bereans (Acts 17:10-11) who checked what apostle Paul was teaching them from the words of God about Yeshua (Jesus) as the promised Messiah. This series will explore what seem to be contradictory Bible verses on whether “the Law” in Exodus, Leviticus and Deuteronomy was abolished or downgraded with Yeshua’s death and resurrection, how that change happened and how a deeper understanding of the language, culture and biblical context can greatly enrich Bible study — Berean-style.

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Video: Mystery of Double-Minded Scriptures on Grace and Law

Here is part 2 of the Be a Berean video study series by Sean Hilton. In this episode, Sean explores dozens of ‪ ‎New Testament‬ verses that seem to say be contradictory on whether the Law (aka the ‪Torah‬) is what believers in ‪‎Yeshua‬ the Messiah‬ (‪Jesus‬ Christ) should be keeping or is “nailed to the cross.” Sean asks those interested in knowing God better whether the Bible is double-minded on grace and the Law.

Video: Be a “Berean”

This video starts a study series by Sean Hilton. It will take a page from the Bereans (Acts 17:10-11) who checked what apostle Paul was teaching them from the words of God about Yeshua (Jesus) as the promised Messiah. This series will explore what seem to be contradictory Bible verses on whether “the Law” in Exodus, Leviticus and Deuteronomy was abolished or downgraded with Yeshua’s death and resurrection then how a deeper understanding of the language, culture and biblical context can greatly enrich Bible study — Berean-style.

How do we make the God’s words honorable?

Sean HiltonHow are we living up to God’s instruction to make His words in the Bible “honorable”?:

“The LORD was pleased for His righteousness’ sake, To make the law great and glorious.” (Isa. 42:21)

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Importance of context in understanding the Bible

Sean HiltonThere are certain Bible passages — Mark 7; Acts 10; Romans 14; Colossians 2 — that without a grasp of the history, language and culture are easy to misinterpret.

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Lost Sheep of Israel: Continuation theology vs. replacement theology

Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah said, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matt. 15:24 NASB). Rather than replacing Israel, believers in Yeshua as the Messiah have joined Israel, the name for God’s people who have been and will be repeatedly scattered and regathered because a “deal” between God and Israel that was ultimately sealed with the blood of Yeshua.

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