Unveiling the Mystery of the Bride of Christ: The Restoration Truth of Who & What Is the Bride of Christ by Duke Levy
In Sunday School, we are taught that God changed Saul’s name to Paul. This never happened. Saul was his Hebrew name and Paul was the translation of Saul into the Gentile tongue.
This is why we read Unveiling the Mystery of the Bride of Christ: The Restoration Truth of Who & What Is the Bride of Christ by Duke Levy with an open mind.
We may not see eye-to-eye with Mr. Levy on the interpretation of the scriptures, but we can understand why he believes what he believes.
One instance of this difference would be Mr. Levy thinks we should continue to eat only foods that are clean according to the Old Testament. He may be right. However, our interpretation of Acts 11 leads us to believe that all foods are now clean. Would we be better to err on the side of caution?
Mr. Levy makes some very good points. We cannot judge whether he is right or wrong, theologically speaking. We know what we believe and can see why he believes what he believes.
Unveiling the Mystery of the Bride of Christ is very well-written and well-researched. Mr. Levy has spent years analyzing the scriptures to learn the truth, as he interprets it. We give this book all five stars.
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