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Matthew, Mark, Luke, John Old Testament or New Testament?
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John n Gospels: n n n Written after the cross. Therefore, could not be nailed to the cross (Col 2: 14). Inspired of the Holy Spirit.
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John n Two Erroneous Views: n n They are NT books, but state no binding commands before the cross. They are OT books.
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John n The Erroneous Arguments: n Jesus was explaining the Law of Moses. n Jesus showed how to keep that Law. n Content of M, M, L, J: n Law of Moses n Prophecies fulfilled n Parables for the Jews
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John n The Erroneous Arguments: n n The law of the Lord went forth from Jerusalem (Isa 2: 1 -4; Luke 24: 46 -49). Therefore, everything commanded or done before Acts 2 is irrelevant to us.
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John n Answering The Arguments: n n All 27 books of the NT went forth from Jerusalem (Heb 2: 3 -4). Peter spoke of things that were later recorded in M, M, L, J (Acts 2: 22 -24, 36).
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John n What went forth from Jerusalem? n Gospel preached by Jesus (Matt 24: 3 -14). n Pre-cross events of faith (Matt 26: 6 -13). n Pre-cross teachings of Jesus (Jn 14: 25 -26). n Pre-cross examples (Jn 15: 20; 13: 12 -17). n “Whatever I HAVE commanded” 28: 18 -20) (Matt
Matthew, Mark, Luke, John Contains many facts & terms of The New Covenant of Christ