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Does Romans 14 Change Church Doctrine?

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Does Romans 14 Change Church Doctrine?

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Often well-meaning people take a look at Romans 14 to say that the church no longer has to keep the Sabbath and can now partake of unclean meats as labeled in Leviticus. Even the church today has to defend our belief in the Sabbath and clean and unclean meats when this passage in scripture is used to prove the opposing point. As Christians we must study and understand how to defend our belief in doctrine even when the scripture appears to say otherwise.

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  • Skip Miller
    Hello Benjamin, I ate a lot of pig before I learned that God's Word says Not to. I hope (and expect) to be saved. I ate in ignorance. But, now that i know, I can no longer claim ignorance. If I ate pig now I would be telling God (in essence) "I don't really care what you say, I'll do what I want." That attitude, unrepented of, could prevent Salvation.
  • coachengland
    So will a person who eats "unclean meats" NOT be saved?
  • lisak
    This was excellent Mr. Foster! There is such a difference in believing and knowing something yourself, and being able to defend what you "know" to another. I feel very equipped now, after listening to your sermon, to be able to share this with those who use Romans 14 to say that the food laws and Sabbath are done away with. Thank you so much for such an easy to understand way of explaining this section of scripture!
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