Learning from Levertoff

The Law and Love, Part 2[04]


Keeping the law to a devout Jew is a means to achieving union with God. One may ask where grace and love come into the picture? Yahnatan Lasko unpacks some ideas Paul Philip Levertoffs presented on these matters in his book Love and the Messianic Age.

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