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Part 4: Is The Immolated Body of Christ the Temple? - with host Paul Rakowicz

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Part 4: Is The Immolated Body of Christ the Temple? - with host Paul Rakowicz

Essential Spiritual Fitness Program (eSFP)

Saturday, March 28, 2015 AD, 11:00 AM EST

This Saturday we continue our series looking at ALL the covenants of Scripture. Specifically today we'll be discussing the article shared by Scott Hahn and written by Brant Pitre titled "Jesus, the New Temple, and the New Priesthood". This is a great article that ties in nicely to the Genesis creation account of the literal physical universe, the pre-incarnate Christ being the Temple of that original creation, and Jesus the Incarnate Christ being the Temple of the New Covenant.


I know that in modern day preterism there is much confusion about the covenants God made with mankind. In this podcast we will further our discussion of the covenants, from creation to Christ, demonstrating both the profound nature of Genesis chapter 1 as it relates the literal creation of the heavenly and earthly realms, and the progressive revelation that ultimately brings forth the "first" heavens and earth through Moses that is ultimately done away through the advent of the Christ.

This show will help all believers, regardless of your background or current thinking.

Regardless of whether you:

1) Agree with 2000 years of Christian saints that Genesis 1 is about the physical creation, or

2) Are presently confused given the rash of covenant creation running through certain camps, or

3) Are thoroughly convinced that Genesis 1 isn't about the literal creation of the universe

Wherever you're currently at, you will find this show immensely satisfying as it will either 1) bolster your faith, or 2) undo your present confusion, or 3) challenge you to abandon your current belief.

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www.spiritualfitnessprogram.com

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