This is the 3rd part of a 3 part series on Matthew 5:17-20. See Part 1, and Part 2. I mentioned it in my first post on this passage that when we come to verse 20, a different set of important, exegetical and doctrinal issues confront us. Though these issues are...
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The entirety of my first post in this series was dedicated to identifying the significance, the theme, and the development of the Matthew 5:17-20. In particular we identified its specific theme as follows: The theme concerns Jesus’ relationship to the Old Testament...
Recently I had the privilege of teaching at a Pastors’ Conference the organizers of which asked that we should focus our preaching on the Sermon on the Mount. I chose to expound what I take to be the pivotal passage and crux of that great sermon, Matthew 5:17-20. It...
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