This episode concludes our interview with Daniel Rogers on the end-times interpretation known as Preterism, or Realized Eschatology. We enjoyed our conversation with Brother Daniel and look forward to having him on again in the future!
The flesh...is reference to the old man ..the body of sin. . the Spirit comes through the One New Man...the Son of God, the body of Life. Old Covenant to New Covenant. * Once the Kingdom is fully established, THEN the gospel of Christ can be preached to other nations to bring Life!
At 24'. ...Daniel starts discussing that resurrection is a reorientation from the flesh to the Spirit!??? I'm a bit lost for words, but "the flesh" is a reference to those that were held in bondage under the first covenant, which could never bring "eternal life", because this was always planned by the Father through the Seed that came through the chosen people. The Flesh is not a reference to all people on the planet, which many like to make and then apply being IN Christ to all the planet
Acts21...confirms that Paul believed everything written in the Law and the prophets! Why? Pretty obvious, because Rom3:21 (written by Paul) states that the law and the prophets were witnesses to "the righteousness of God manifested WITHOUT THE LAW"....how much more clear can it be!!! I'm not sure Daniel understands 'justification'...but Paul most definitely was NOT keeping Torah...otherwise he would also fall from grace - Gal5:1-5 !! *.
...was keeping the ordinances of the deeds of the mosaic covenant written in the book of the Law! Heck. Just ponder on Gal5:11 "and I brethren, if I yet preach circumcision, why do I yet suffer persecution? Then is the offence of the cross ceased.". Paul continually suffered harassment from Jews that either didn't believe the gospel or as in those false brethren coming to the Galatians groups, insisting that they be circumcised (in the flesh).
Oh boy...I had to make one point, which is VERY important. At about 23:20, Daniel makes the comment that Paul kept the Law (now,vI know he means the Mosaic Covenant) and he cites Acts21'wiyhout an explanation! I cannot stress enough how wrong this is! * Nothing to do with the eschatology discussed, but certainly to do with his God the Father was justifying believers through Jesus Christ! Galatians most definitely refutes the notion that any believer called by God into the New Covenant ...
Thursday Nov 12, 2020
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