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Paul's Allegory in Galatians Chapter 4 Review of Jess Whitlock Bellview Lectures

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Welcome to another episode of Two Guys and A Bible presented by Fulfilled Radio, A Voice You Can Trust. Tonight we examine the teachings of Jess Whitlock on the Allegory of Galatians 4, which is the study of Abraham's two sons, Ishmael and Isaac and what they mean in the larger picture of redemption. This allegory is definitely eschatological in nature. It addresses the question of two covenants, the time of the establishment of hte kingdom and who is actually and truthfully perverted the word. 

As most Amillennialists in the churches of Christ cite Jn. 19:30 for the proof of the end of hte law, we examine it as well, along with Matthew 5:5 till all is fulfilled and Romans 6:14. Do these scriptures actually teach the law had already passed?