Romans from a Torah Covenant Perspective

Chapter 5

Is Torah synonymous with The Law of Moses? Limiting out understanding of these terms cannot be limited to the first five books of the Bible. Rabbinical tradition inherited by the Institutional Church has created a paradigm that has impacted our ability to rightly divide Scripture. Shaul/Paul admonishes us to seek a better reconciliation; by covenant, through the blood of Yahusha.

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Romans from a Torah Covenant Perspective

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Romiyah / Romans is the most influential letter ever written and have impacted theology, politics, civil law, and church doctrine…

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Chapter 1

What are the base sins? In the longest and most intentional introductions in the epistles, Shaul/Paul not only establishes his…

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Chapter 2

How will we be judged, with or without the law? Shaul/Paul makes the distinction for judgment that correlates with the…

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Chapter 3

What are the “ergon nomou/works of the law”? How we answer this question will determine how we enter into a…

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