"Jesus Christ preached the gospel of the kingdom of heaven."
The exhaustive search (thank you In Bible Context) of the New Testament for "gospel of" given above finds NO occurrence of "gospel of the kingdom of heaven." So that in the opening post is a human ADDITION to Bible text, not even out of context quotation, but private interpretation of what exactly is not made clear.
Second quotation from the opening post,
"Jesus Christ's blood brought in the New Testament which is the law of God written in our hearts."
This is another private interpretation obviously set up in order to set the expected result of quoting Heb 8:11-13 and Jer 31:33-36 in support of that interpretation. The "New Testament" or as seems the intent of thsat term to mean "New Covenant" is not "the law of God written in our hearts." The law of God written on their hearts is in reference to Israel, not "us." And the New Covenant applies to both Jews and Gentiles, clearly different from what Jesus preached to Israel only (the gospel of the kingdom) as shown in all of the other occurrences of "gospel of" within the whole New Testament.
Paul clearly "declares" the "gospel" that he preached and condemned any other 'gospel,' clearly including and 'gospel of' "the law of God written on our hearts."
This is always the poroblem with out of context quoting of Scripture done to support a preconceived private interpretation, no matter how sincerely that private interpretation may be to the one who has conceived it.
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