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When One Part Hurts, the Whole Body Is Sick (and Vice Versa): The SBC and the church catholic

One of the most essential and non-negotiable beliefs for a Christian is that we confess, as the Nicene Creed instructs us and Christians have done since the New Testament, that “we believe in one holy catholic [Latin for “whole” or “universal”] and apostolic church”. Just as there was one singular and collective people of God … Continue reading When One Part Hurts, the Whole Body Is Sick (and Vice Versa): The SBC and the church catholic

The Holiness of Mixtures: An Examination of the Mixture Prohibitions of Leviticus 19:19 (Seminary Papers)

(The following is my term paper for Genesis-Deuteronomy at Reformed Theological Seminary, submitted Spring 2021. Formatting not retained.) Leviticus 19:19 is a passage that, although often misunderstood in our modern context, remains beneficial for Christians in understanding the importance of holiness in the Old Testament and provides an essential contrast for understanding holiness in the … Continue reading The Holiness of Mixtures: An Examination of the Mixture Prohibitions of Leviticus 19:19 (Seminary Papers)

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