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It is not the purpose of this article to create a tension between two parties (SDA & ADD), but to create a friendly atmosphere by agreeing to point of agreements and respecting point of disagreements with our respective doctrines/beliefs. Even though it is quite different to the traditionalist and (dispensationalist view) of Evangelicals, this stand (see above) however is not surprising. First, The issue in this passage is not clean versus unclean food.

Ramos can be summarized as follows: The inauguration of the new covenant puts an end to the law of Moses (ie., Tithe law and Dietary law), specifically the ten commandments, and paves way to the law of Christ. ), not because it was bad but because it was “only a shadow of the good things that are coming” (Heb. This is the priestly law, and not the Ten Commandments, dealing with the restriction of the priesthood to the descendants of Levi (chap. For the immediate context will inform us that this “change of law” deals not with the “tithe law” but to the “lineage of priesthood” (vv. Christ indeed is a “Priest forever in the order of Melchizedek.” (v.17) 3. We must admit that Mark -19 belongs to those passages that are easily misunderstood.

Thus, we must not forget to the real intent of the text: “What comes out of a man is what makes him ‘unclean.’ For from within, out of men’s hearts, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, greed, malice, deceit, lewdness, envy, slander, arrogance and folly.

All these evils come from inside and make a man ‘unclean.’” (vv. The statement: “Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you.

The argument of Church of Christ implies that since the seventh-day Sabbath was part of that law, they argue that literal Sabbath observance is no longer relevant or required of Christians. It is eating with unwashed (ritual defilement), that is, unclean hands (v. Second, Jesus is not discussing the kind of food that can be eaten, but only the way it is eaten (v. Third, He is not addressing a dietary law but a tradition of the elders (v. To include Leviticus 11 (Dietary Law) in the passage is tantamount to say that Mark was accidentally added.

Here are the following texts that he used to support such claim: Heb. Because in Mark he mentions porneia as something that comes out of humans and defiles them.

Fourth, there is a law the apostle believes has been “set aside” (Heb. That law is not abolished, rather it is internalized, written on the heart, the Decalogue where distinguished from the so-called ordinances (Exo. Thus, we certainly agree to Paul when he said: “For you are clearly a letter of Christ, the fruit of our work, recorded not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living God; not in stone, but the Ten Commandments in hearts of flesh.” (2 Cor. Second, turning our minds in Hebrews 7:5, 12 leads us to different conclusion regarding to the “change of law.” Unfortunately, our critic does not pay attention to it.

It will be internalized, becoming part of the life of the believer. But, another particular law that was part of the old covenant, namely the Ten Commandments, remains a part of the new covenant. This biblical account clearly contradicts the unbiblical claim of our critic.

This means that the expressionin Gen 9:3 means more than just the original diet given to mankind in the garden of Eden.Humans have to till the ground and choose what to eat.The same is true with the eating of flesh: people have to choose what to eat from the animal world.For example, in Gen Adam named “all” animals and birds; the purpose of the story is not to speak about the comprehensive quantity of named animals and birds, but rather to point out Adam’s recognition that he was alone without a companion.Again in Gen “all food which may be eaten” here means vegetarian food needed for survival in the ark, not every possible item of vegetarian food.

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