The New Testament's examples of Necessary Inference demonstrate a method which God requires that his children use today in determining the Will of God. In Acts 15:13-20, James uses Necessary Inference to determine the Will of God concerning the uncircumcised gentile converts.
It was appropriate for James to do this and it is also requisite that we follow this example when trying to ascertain right and wrong.
There are three ways in which the Will of God may be determined today. These three ways are:
Direct Statement or Command
A divinely approved example found in the New Testament of the conduct of Christians
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A Look At A Method of Logic Used In The New Testament