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Unnecessary Things
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Unnecessary Things addresses the doctrine in the "One New Man" theology, a teaching invading churches, suggesting a Torah led-life is what Jesus died for. However, should the church be focused on uniting with Israel as one new man, or is the church called to fulfill the Great Commission? Will the church enter into a more blessed state by embracing its Jewish roots, or is this a subtle way of rejecting the finished work of Christ on the cross? Is there a problem with the Septuagint translation of the Old Testament, or is Masoretic text a better version? Has this Movement ignored the history in the making of an English speaking Bible? Did the Reformation do no more than produce a flawed unreliable book? Come on this historical journey, as these questions and more are answered within the pages of this book!
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