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Guiding Principles

Post by Joshua on Sun Dec 13, 2015 9:18 pm

A list of guiding principles as we work through Two House Theology. What can Two House Theology impact in our Christian faith, and what can it not?

I know some may disagree with some of these, but I cannot accept ANY theology that violates any of these:

Salvation

- Two House Theology may not change our understanding of Salvation through the redemptive work of Christ Jesus, made available to any and all who accept his perfect work and sacrifice on their behalf.

Any attempt to amend this point is unacceptable. It has nothing to do with whether one is a Jew or a Greek, or even an Ephraimite. Two House Theology can inform us on how that salvation came about in history and even how the church has spread throughout the world. It can influence our understanding of the overall picture of salvation, but not as it applies to the individual. (Romans 10)

Partiality

- It cannot place any special importance on the genetic lineage of anyone. Whether one can trace their family to people who may be of the lost ten tribes makes no individual impact. Neither does it matter if one is a Jew or has no tie to Israel at all. (James 2:9)

work in progress...

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