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Old Testament Law & Shellfish
Ever have a conversation with someone about God’s view on a matter, such as homosexuality, abortion or sme-sex "marriage," and they bring up some wild response from the Old Testament law as a defense? They say, “What about not eating shellfish?” Or, “what about wearing mixed fabrics?” They dig up certain passages on restrictions on beard trimming, or keeping your hair at a certain length. They do this to downgrade the validity of the Scriptures, but also to...
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