Examining the New Testament Fulfillment of Old Testament Messianic Promises.
The Old Testament is a book filled with promises. From God’s covenants with Abraham and David to the promise of a suffering servant in Isaiah, these promises find their fulfillment in the New Testament—specifically through the suffering, resurrection, and mission of Jesus.
In After Emmaus, Brian J. Tabb uses Luke 24:46–47 as a springboard to answer the question: Did the Old Testament simply point to Christ and his coming as Messiah, or is there more to the story? Laying the foundation with the books of Luke and Acts, Tabb encourages readers to study their Bibles with greater attentiveness to discover how the story of redemption foretold in the Old Testament is fulfilled in Christ, is reflected in the apostles’ ministry, and continues today through the mission of the church.
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