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Far too often we hear the phrase, “But the New Testament says…” I don’t know about you, but this phrase makes me sad. I usually respond with, “There is nothing ‘new’ in the ‘New Testament.’” But in many cases, those that believe there really IS something new (namely, a new religion called Christianity) actually have what they believe to be Scriptural proof. Normally they quote (rather, misquote) the Apostle Paul. Sometimes, however, the gospels get quoted in supposed support for this dispensational dilemma. In my experience, one of the most common of these is based on a few verses in Matthew 5. Let’s examine that, then, and see if there really is “something new” under the sun.
By J. A. Brown
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