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Religious Dogma

Religious Dogma

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Published by Stanley Green
Religious Dogma explains how the New Testament has reformed disciplinary actions
Religious Dogma explains how the New Testament has reformed disciplinary actions

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Published by: Stanley Green on Aug 29, 2013
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PunishmentReligious Dogma
 
Punishment is Religious Dogma
Punishment is an Old Testament religious dogma about how todiscipline a child by teaching him or her a lesson. It has stemmedfrom the biblical precepts of ‘spare the rod spoil the child’. Thereare four specific scriptures in the book of Proverbs (Pr22:15,23:13, 14 & 29:15). Each scripture has offered instructions forbeating a child. This ancient dogma has been handed down fromeach generation. Time has come for us to investigate and dispelthis religious dogma. The New Testament has repealed God’s law and reformed discipline. Now we teach a child a lesson by faith.
Holy Bible
Criminal Court Judges in the United States have practiced thereligious dogma in the Old Testament Bible such as: Ge9:6 Whososheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed: for in theimage of God made he man. This one particular scripture is basislawmakers and judges have used to support capital punishment. There are a number of other religious dogma of the Old TestamentBible that refers to ‘an eye for eye or tooth for tooth’ (Ex21:24,Lev24:20, Deut19:21, Mat5:38, and 1Cr15:52). God has givenMoses the Ten Commandments (Exd34:28, Deu4:13 & Deu10:4). The Mosaic Law was purposed to instill fear of God’s wrath.
 
Holy Spirit
 Jesus Christ’s death, burial and resurrection have dawned our New  Testament of the Holy Spirit. Jesus has fulfilled the Mosaic Law andbrought an end to repeal the religious dogma of the Old Testament(Mat26:28, Mar14:24, Luk22:20, 1Cr11:25, 2Cr3;6 and Hbr9:15).2Cr5:17 Therefore if any man [be] in Christ, [he is] a new creature:old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.
 
Under our new dispensation of the Holy Spirit we no longer seek toinstill fear of God’s wrath. Rather, our new ministerial duty is topreach Jesus Christ’s gospel to every living creature (Mar16:15,Luk4:18, Act16:10, Rom10:15, 15:20, 1Cr1:17, 9:14, 16, 18, 2Cr9:2,10:16, Gal2:22 and Rev14:6). God’s divine purpose is to instill thelove of Christ into the heart of mankind. Jesus Christ’s gospel of love shall heal every nation and establish God’s peace on Earth.
Peace on Earth
 Jesus’ statement has been taken out of context. Mat10:34 Think notthat I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but asword. God’s word is a two-edged sword (Psa149:6, Pro5:4, Hbr4:12and Rev1:16). Jesus is foretelling about when he returns to Earth he iscoming with the sword of God in his mouth to condemn his ministersthat have denied preaching the gospel in favor of religious dogma. Eachminister has denied Christ by preaching worldly sermons (Mat10:23,26:34, 75, Mar14:30, 72, Luk22:61, mat16:24, Luk9:23, and 22:34).

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