Reply to 2 class members’ threads. Your replies must be considerate and thoughtful. Be constructively critical when appropriate. That is to say, you must not simply try to tear down another’s viewpoin


Reply to 2 class members’ threads. Your replies must be considerate and thoughtful. Be constructively critical when appropriate. That is to say, you must not simply try to tear down another’s viewpoint, but offer constructive, encouraging criticism whenever there is disagreement. On the other hand, your reply must be more than a simple “Great post” or “I totally agree;” etc. Your replies must also demonstrate excellent grammar and critical thought as well as significantly contribute to the discussion. Each reply must contain minimum100 words.

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Throughout the bible we can find the topic of sin and how it is handled from a old and new testament perspective, often In the old testament sin is seen as a betrayal to God. The first sin was committed by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, Adam disobeyed God in eating the forbidden fruit, which brought sin into the world. Whereas in the Old Testament God sends Jesus to usher in grace and eternal life, according to Romans 5:12-19.  This is where you can see the old and the New Testament merge into one act. It is man who brought damnation unto the world, and it is man of flesh who brings an abundance of grace and salvation.  Jesus duty of extinguishing the old ways of the old testament becomes evident when he forgives the sins of the paralyzed man, during these times it was not uncommon for an temple sacrifice to take place, the Pharisees were offended by this demonstration seeking to understand how a man could forgive sins, when it is only God himself that can forgive the sins of man during these times.  Later on, in the Old Testament you can see the prophets giving themselves over in word and deed, they are blessed by God. In the Old Testament we can often find people performing animal and ritualistic sacrifices, for atonement in the New Testament the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross, I believe was and is the greatest and the last sacrifice that humanity needed to have in order to fill the prophecies and put a end to the sacrifices of the Old Testament. When comparing the two books it gives a reference point for better understanding of why Jesus had to be crucified not just for me but for all of humanity.

Reply to 2 class members’ threads. Your replies must be considerate and thoughtful. Be constructively critical when appropriate. That is to say, you must not simply try to tear down another’s viewpoin


Reply to 2 class members’ threads. Your replies must be considerate and thoughtful. Be constructively critical when appropriate. That is to say, you must not simply try to tear down another’s viewpoint, but offer constructive, encouraging criticism whenever there is disagreement. On the other hand, your reply must be more than a simple “Great post” or “I totally agree;” etc. Your replies must also demonstrate excellent grammar and critical thought as well as significantly contribute to the discussion. Each reply must contain minimum100 words.

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Throughout the bible we can find the topic of sin and how it is handled from a old and new testament perspective, often In the old testament sin is seen as a betrayal to God. The first sin was committed by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, Adam disobeyed God in eating the forbidden fruit, which brought sin into the world. Whereas in the Old Testament God sends Jesus to usher in grace and eternal life, according to Romans 5:12-19.  This is where you can see the old and the New Testament merge into one act. It is man who brought damnation unto the world, and it is man of flesh who brings an abundance of grace and salvation.  Jesus duty of extinguishing the old ways of the old testament becomes evident when he forgives the sins of the paralyzed man, during these times it was not uncommon for an temple sacrifice to take place, the Pharisees were offended by this demonstration seeking to understand how a man could forgive sins, when it is only God himself that can forgive the sins of man during these times.  Later on, in the Old Testament you can see the prophets giving themselves over in word and deed, they are blessed by God. In the Old Testament we can often find people performing animal and ritualistic sacrifices, for atonement in the New Testament the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross, I believe was and is the greatest and the last sacrifice that humanity needed to have in order to fill the prophecies and put a end to the sacrifices of the Old Testament. When comparing the two books it gives a reference point for better understanding of why Jesus had to be crucified not just for me but for all of humanity.

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