Ex Church of Christ support group
Jesus' View of God
* Faith & Works
* New Covenant
Pattern * Romans 14
LEE-gull-izm: noun, 1) something pertaining to obeying law, 2) becoming overly concerned with legal details and losing the intent of the law, 3) straining gnats out of one's coffee and swallowing huge hump-backed animals.
There are many wonderful Churches of Christ. However approximately 20% of Churches of Christ teach legalistic doctrines.
Hold your cursor over the answer you choose:
1. The "new covenant" is a phrase in the New Testament that is used to refer to
2. The "gospel of Christ" is a phrase in the New Testament that is used to refer to
3. The "law of liberty" and the "law of Christ" are phrases in the New Testament that are used to refer to
4. James (in chapter 2) teaches thatfaith without works is dead. What kind of works is James talking about?
5. The story of Uzzah being struck dead for touching the ark of the covenant teaches
6. The story of Nadab and Abihu being struck dead for bringing strange fire before the Lord teaches
b. God proved His acceptance of the sacrifice (Nadab and Abihu did not wait for God's acceptance)
7. Concerning going to church
8. Jesus viewed God the Father as
9. Peter viewed baptism as
10. Concerning instrumental music
9 to 10 incorrect answers: you probably found this questionnaire irritating.
9 to10 correct answers: you feel (would have felt) very uncomfortable in the strict Churches of Christ, and you got a big kick out of this questionnaire. If you attended hardline Churches of Christ in the past, you may have needed quite a bit of alka-seltzer to digest those mandatory camels.
Any scores in between and you may not feel comfortable anywhere.
Here are all the scriptures in the New Testament containing the words "new covanant":
Matt.26:28 "new covenant in my blood"