What are the “ergon nomou/works of the law”? How we answer this question will determine how we enter into a covenant relationship with Yahusha. His blood and the zenith of His righteousness allows us to return to Covenant Torah. Will we be faithful and walk in His commandments?
How will we be judged, with or without the law? Shaul/Paul makes the distinction for judgment that correlates with the prophets and the revelation to Yochannan/John. All will be judged according to the books and what is written in them, but only those in the Book of the Covenant will be blotted out of the Book of Works.
What are the base sins? In the longest and most intentional introductions in the epistles, Shaul/Paul not only establishes his credentials but creates a creed that we can use today. Discover the importance of Shaul/Paul’s cautionary words to the Romans on the divine standards of morality.
Romiyah/Romans is the most influential letter ever written and have impacted theology, politics, civil law, and church doctrine in the West. Classical approaches to this epistle have started Reformations and used to support misogyny. What if our approach to Shaul/Paul’s letter has been wrong? Join our study, as we leave behind traditional interpretations, in favor of the truth of the original language and the context of the whole of Scripture!
Is your approach to the calendar something that sets you free, or does it shackle you to lunar or solar philosophies? In coming out of the synchronistic and traditional methods of keeping time, one must approach the calendar in a manner that demonstrates love for יהוה/Yahuwah and others, not the love of wisdom.
Galatians is a polemic addressing the Book of the Law and Book of the Covenant dichotomy. The Book of the law – ‘the law – is not of faith’ (Galatians 3:10-12), the Book of Covenant – Covenants of Promise are by faith!
What is the “different gospel” of Galatians 1:6? What is the law that brings a curse to believers in Yahusha that is being spoken of? Written law? Oral law? Roman law? What are the two covenants singled out in Gal. 4:21 that connect back to Abraham?
Using the Scripture as the dictionary for the scripture prevents theorizing and surmising what the ‘law’ and ‘separation’ in Galatians 2 is all about! Ephesians 2:11 explains succinctly the context of Galatians 2.
To enter a New Covenant given as Torah – Book of the Covenant Torah paid for by his blood. Reconnecting us back to the covenants of promise from which we had been aliens and strangers – a return to the Melchizedek book of the Covenant of Promise!