When we serve God at the Altar of Christ we eat and drink, partaking of Christ who is the sacrifice.
God values Jesus Christ and the ordered knowledge of Christ which gives light to the soul.
The stones of the altar of Christ are whole for the purity of faith and void of the tradition of man.
It is through the knowledge of the Second Covenant that we are rooted in Christ since He is the altar of our faith.
Those who continue to serve at the altar of Moses have no right to eat of Christ because the covenants cannot be mixed.
Faith is the humble positive response of the heart to grace for the obedience to the received knowledge of Christ.
The twelve elements of the gospel are the foundation of truth which must be laid in the heart and represent Jesus perfectly, making Him the chief cornerstone of our faith.
Grace is the form of communication, the revelation, that comes from God.
Second 8thWeek Institute of Theology