Notes #429 - Sacraments
In this episode, we look at Romans 7:4 and discuss if this passage really means we as Christians don’t have to keep the law, then we move to the biblical support for believers in Yeshua keeping a kosher diet. Our main topic looks at a comment left that suggests we are not saved because we do not have legitimate “priests” administering the sacraments and therefore have not partaken in communion and are, thus, not a part of the Church. Are the Sacraments a biblical concept? If so, how many Sacraments are there? Do we need a Priest to administer Sacraments? All of this and more in this episode.
• 3:14 Intro
• 9:28 Romans 7:4 and the Law
• 18:02 Tim Hegg’s Commentary on Romans
• 21:22 Christians and Kosher Laws
• 25:43 Circumcision and the Fiscus Judaicas
• 36:39 The Early Church
• 43:54 The Sacraments
The Council of Laodicea Canon 29
Christians must not judaize by resting on the Sabbath, but must work on that day, rather honouring the Lord’s Day; and, if they can, resting then as Christians. But if any shall be found to be judaizers, let them be anathema from Christ.
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