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Yeshua of Nazareth, the promised son and seed of Abraham blessing all the nations of the world, the son / seed of David to build a house for Yahweh's name, shed his blood to wash sinners, raised to destroy death, ascended to fill those washed, and will descend to collect and assemble those filled. Yeshua is Yahweh.

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  1. Isaiah 52 : 1 -12 See Doctrine

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  2. Jeremiah 31 : 1 -40 See Doctrine

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  3. Jeremiah 31 : 31 -34 See Doctrine

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    Questions about Jeremiah 31:31-34
    1. If the writing of the torah on the heart and knowing Yahweh are parallelistic and not separate, then is the law written on the heart, or is the lawgiver put in the heart?
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      Like are they synonymous events, parallelistically described? Like is having the Torah written on the heart a different vantage point of the same event? Like just a recapitulative description of the same event as "knowing Yahweh"?



    2. What is the connection between "writing the Torah on the heart" and "all of said torah on heart people knowing Yahweh"?
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      Like is one causal of the other? Are they sequential? Are they even separate? Or are they parallelistic?



  4. Acts 14 : 15 -17 See Doctrine

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  5. Romans 1 : 8 -17 See Doctrine

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  6. Galatians 3 : 1 -14 See Doctrine

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    1. At what point, and through what means, did Yeshua become a curse for us?
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      Like, when did the change happen? At the point of the crucifixion? 



    2. Having become a curse does Yeshua remain a curse/cursed?
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      Like, is he still a curse today, "having become a curse"?



    3. If Yeshua is no longer a curse, at what point did that change?
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      Like, was it the resurrection? At death?



  7. Galatians 3 : 15 -29 See Doctrine

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  8. Galatians 3 : 26 -29 See Doctrine

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    1. Paul pulls this list of dyadic distinctions from a well-known daily Jewish prayer
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      Below is a later collection of the daily dawn blessings; this is a prayer commanded to be prayed at the opening of every day by all Jews. It includes blessings early on that include these dyadic distinctions:

      1. Thank you for not making me a slave AND thank you for making me free.{: .present-before-paste}
      2. Thank you for not making me a woman.{: .present-before-paste}
      3. Thank you for not making me a Gentile (below goy [nation] is translated “heathen”] AND thank you for making me a Jew.{: .present-before-paste}

    2. Throughout the letter Paul will actually call the "circumcision", his challengers, Gentiles [read greek], slaves, and women, IN ORDER
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      In this letter Paul calls the circumcision Gentiles, slaves, and women in order:

      1. He speaks of Abraham, their father, as being justified by faith, with the implication it occurred BEFORE HE WAS CIRCUMCISED, and thus a gentile (an argument we see him use in Romans as well). Galatians 3.6-18
      2. Paul begins to instruct the Galatians on the chronological relationship of the circumcision group’s/Israel’s origins in Abraham, to the giving of the Torah and here demonstrates that while heirs, and children, THEY ARE SLAVES, KEPT IN GUARDIANSHIP until the Messiah should appear (the implication may be until the Messiah appears in their heart, thus meaning they remain slaves if they insist on the guardianship of the Torah) Galatians 3.19-4.12
      3. This last one is the most provocative: Paul calls his detractors a Gentile slave woman: Hagar. He then highlights everyone’s status as arising from a women, either Hagar or Sarah.   Galatians 4.21-4.31

      Incredibly, Paul seems to be laying out a Chinese finger trap in his letter for his detractors. He seems to be saying, if you insist on distinctions, then go ahead and enforce them: but understand the ones persuading you are Gentile slave women.

      This sets the stage for his final coup d’état from his would be usurpers. In this passage, Galatians 5.1-15 we get a very famous verse:

      Galatians 5:12 (LEB)12 I wish that the ones who are disturbing you would also ⌊castrate themselves⌋!

      Galatians 5:12 (LGNTI:SBL)12 ὄφελον καὶ ἀποκόψονται οἱ ἀναστατοῦντες ὑμᾶς.

      This is Paul’s death blow. In the context just enumerated Paul is making it clear: your insistence on distinctions is already disinheriting you, you might as well go the whole way, and make yourself a Eunuch:

      • One who is not a male according to the Torah’s obligation
      • One who is often a slave (an act that Gentile masters performed since Jews detested the act and were told to circumcise their slaves)
      • One who, like the Gentiles, have no share or inheritance with Abraham or his children because they can’t enter the assembly

       

    Questions about Galatians 3:26-29
    1. Why does Paul go through these dyadic group distinctions?
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      Like, why these specific ones here in this specific letter to the churches of Galatia?



    2. Would these group distinctions have been significant to the local detractors that Paul is challenging?
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      Like, how would those who were "the circumcision" have reacted to this list of distinctions?



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