The Role of God’s Moral Law, Including Sabbath, in the “New Covenant”
A discussion and analysis of the Biblical material related to the old and new covenants and the role of God's law in both covenants.Read More
Christ at His Sanctuary
Introduction to the Adventist understanding of the sanctuary and its connection to Daniel.Read More
Is God’s Law Part of the ‘New Covenant’?
Do the phrases “old covenant” and “new covenant” indicate two different dispensations or modes of salvation in the Bible? Is there a focus on love and grace in the old covenant as there is in the new covenant? This article wrestles with these issues while arguing for greater continuity between the two covenants than is…Read More
Is the Sabbath Part of the “New Covenant”?
Old Testament laws can be divided into moral, civil, ceremonial, and health laws. Of these the moral and health laws continue to be valid under the new covenant. Thus rather than doing away with seventh-day Sabbath, the “new covenant” restores the heart of true Sabbath observance.Read More
Is There a Pre-Advent Judgment of God’s Loyal People in Daniel 8:14?
“What is the nature of the judgment described in Daniel 8:14? Does it involve God’s people or is that only found in Daniel 7 as some allege?”Read More
Prohibitions of Homosexual Practice in Leviticus 18 and 20: Moral or Ceremonial?
This study shows that the laws against homosexual activity in Leviticus 18:22 and 20:13 appear in contexts that exclusively consist of moral laws that guide God’s people in morally pure and holy living, which indicates that these laws are permanent.Read More