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Torah To Telos: The Passing of the Law of Moses: From Creation To Consummation (Volume 1) ebook

by Don K Preston


I highly recommend Don Preston's book. This is volume one of a planned series of books by Don K. Preston dealing with when the Law of Moses was fulfilled. Published on August 5, 2012

I highly recommend Don Preston's book. Obviously one's perspective of scripture may skew their appreciation of this study, but with that being set aside and with an open mind to the word of God as presented here you will undoubtedly find this a challenging work for those not agreeable to or familiar with the preterist position. 2 people found this helpful. Published on August 5, 2012. but Christianity "left behind" in AD70!

This book will drastically change the way you look at the Law of Moses and the doctrine of the end times!.

This book will drastically change the way you look at the Law of Moses and the doctrine of the end times!.

The Law of Moses (Hebrew: תֹּורַת מֹשֶׁה Torat Moshe), also called the Mosaic Law, primarily refers to the Torah or the first five books of the Hebrew Bible. Traditionally believed to have been written by Moses, most academics now believe they had many authors.

In my new book Torah To Telos: The Passing of the Law of Moses, I take note . The Passing of Torah– None Shall Pass Until All Is Fulfilled.

In my new book Torah To Telos: The Passing of the Law of Moses, I take note of how critical this issue truly is. I want to make one brief point here: Whatever part of Torah that you say has passed, then of necessity, that part of Torah had to come to pass. Catch the power of that statement! Jesus said Not one iota of the Law of Moses would pass until it was all fully accomplished (genetai). The word genetai does not mean to determine, to predict or anything similar. And to reiterate, that demands that the final judgment, consummation of Atonement and the resurrection has been fully accomplished.

By Don K. Preston 5/19/2017. Not only did Paul apply prophecies of the last days salvation of the remnant to his day, he also said that the consummation of that salvation would not be a long drawn out process. Articles in this discussion thread: Frost: Another Full Preterist Fallacy Faulted. Look at a bit of Paul’s discussion of the salvation of the remnant: And it shall come to pass in the place where it was said to them, ‘You are not My people,’ There they shall be called sons of the living God.

Opening the Books of Moses: Volume One of The Books of Moses. in the Egyptian Book of the Dead. Before you speak, let your words pass through three gates: Is it true? Is it necessary? Is it kind?

Opening the Books of Moses: Volume One of The Books of Moses. 61 MB·346 Downloads·New! Opening the Books of Moses presents an introduction to the first five books of the Bible. Moses and Akhenaten provides a radical challenge to long-standing belie. The fallen angels and the heroes of mythology : the same with "the sons of God" and "the mighty men" of the sixth chapter of the first book of Moses. Before you speak, let your words pass through three gates: Is it true? Is it necessary? Is it kind?

The first misconception is this: The law of Moses was a bad deal for Israel. How, then, shall we preach gospel-centered sermons from the law of Moses? There are two major ways, both of which are in line with gospel of Jesus Christ

The first misconception is this: The law of Moses was a bad deal for Israel. Few state it this blatantly. But this idea lurks in the subconsciousness of a lot of modern Christians. How, then, shall we preach gospel-centered sermons from the law of Moses? There are two major ways, both of which are in line with gospel of Jesus Christ. The first way to preach the law of Moses is to focus on the shadow of Christ. As Hebrews 10:1 states, The law is only a shadow of the good things that are coming-not the realities themselves. The issue in this discussion is the sacrificial system.

4) If the law of Moses was not fulfilled by Christ, and thus remains as an obligatory legal system for today, then it is. .

4) If the law of Moses was not fulfilled by Christ, and thus remains as an obligatory legal system for today, then it is not a partially binding regime; rather, it is totally compelling system. Jesus plainly said that not one jot or tittle (representative of the smallest markings of the Hebrew script) would pass away until all was fulfilled. And so, if one contends, on the basis of Matthew 5:17-18, that Moses’ law is still binding as a legally required regime, he must take all of it - including its bloody sacrifices, annual treks to Jerusalem, purification rituals, etc. As Paul later will argue - if a man receives one portion of the law, he is a debtor to do all of it (Gal.

Few Bible students seem to be aware of the absolute necessity for the total fulfillment of the Law of Moses before it could pass. Most claim that Torah ended at the Cross. Jesus said that until every jot and every tittle of Torah was fully accomplished, not one iota of the Law would pass. But, the Law of Moses foretold the second coming of Christ and the resurrection! What this means is that Torah would endure until the Telos (the time of the end). In this first of a planned multi-volume series on the passing of the Law of Moses, Don K. Preston examines Matthew 5:17-18 in great detail, demonstrating the power and the implications of Jesus' words "not one jot or one tittle shall pass from the law, until it is all fulfilled." This book will drastically change the way you look at the Law of Moses and the doctrine of the end times!
skyjettttt
Written as only Don Preston can write a book of this nature. Truth full, after all it is all about the bible. Clearly understandable even for a layman like myself, I was blessed by it and can highly recommend it for the serious student of the bible.
Welen
The author assumes his readers are familiar with the terms dispensationalist, millennialist, amillenialist, etc, so keep a dictionary nearby. His arguments are confusing and difficult to follow. He doesn't explain why all biblical prophesy was fulfilled in 70 AD and not at the end of the age. He even insists that the final resurrection happened in 70 AD!
The Sphinx of Driz
Best ever of presenting the facts from Scripture.
Goktilar
BE PREPARED TO CONCENTRATE
Deorro
Thank you Don Preston for bring some sanity to the "futurist" propaganda.
Araath
perfect packing
Diab
I highly recommend Don Preston's book. Obviously one's perspective of scripture may skew their appreciation of this study, but with that being set aside and with an open mind to the word of God as presented here you will undoubtedly find this a challenging work for those not agreeable to or familiar with the preterist position.
Well researched and documented arguments for his position. Intelligence rebuttal of others.
Torah To Telos: The Passing of the Law of Moses: From Creation To Consummation (Volume 1) ebook
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Don K Preston
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