There are 13 thoughts on ““By the Blood Ye Are Sanctified”: The Symbolic, Salvific, Interrelated, Additive, Retrospective, and Anticipatory Nature of the Ordinances of Spiritual Rebirth in John 3 and Moses 6”.

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  12. Great elucidation of the “fractal nature of the ordinances” and of our “spiritual rebirth within the succession of ordinances.” I have long wanted to understand the triad of water, spirit, and blood in Moses 6:60 better, and you have provided the means.

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