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Thursday, 5 May 2016
Covenanting with Idolaters and Unbelievers

The Scriptures make it clear that we are not to enter into a covenant with an idolater - but what does that actually mean?

The kinds of covenants prohibited are not trivial agreements, but rather the kind that yoke individuals in causes for which the covenanting parties' understanding of God, morality, and ethics is material.

This is a serious issue which we are sure to have to consider in our lives today and I consider some of the situtations that can arise.

Mitzvah I8

Posted By Michael Rudolph, 10:00am Comment Comments: 0