Covenant Theology vs. Replacement Theology
The following is a reply letter from me to one of my cousins, who is a churchianity judeotard, wanting to bring all the nonwhite, unclean, race-mixed bipeds (not created by the Almighty) into our Kingdom of Heaven and violate the Covenant given exclusively to Abraham, Isaac, and the twelve tribes of Israel and their descendants! I have tried very vigorously (evidently to no avail), sending pertinent material to him in favor of Covenant Theology, and against Replacement Theology!
July 18, 2017
Dear Merrill (Samuel) …. ,
Received your letter of 7-12-17 a few days ago, along with a miniature 2½" x 2" booklet with 16 pages, published by Amazing Grace Mission; P.O. Box 289; Dayton, TN 37321, and distributed by the First Baptist Church; P.O. Box 87; Bettsville, Ohio 44815.
You stated in your letter: “God has made of one blood all the nations of the earth (Acts 17:26). God is not willing that any should perish (II Pet. 2:9). We are all the same before God. God is no respecter of persons (Romans 2:11).”
Merrill Jr., I am sure that I sent you sufficient data from several sources to confirm [that] the word “blood” is not found in many of the older Manuscripts at Acts 17:26, but evidently you did not study the matter thoroughly enough “to show yourself approved” of God, the God whom you quote so freely out-of-context!