There are some sins worthy of death, or stated another way some sins that lead to death (cf. 1John 5.16-17). What we find throughout the Old Testament is that while all are sinners, some sins are worthy of death–sins of a criminal nature. In this post I further discuss my thoughts on biblical death. We will look briefly at three categories found in the Bible that pertain to death as a violation of God’s holy law.
Tag: God’s Law
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