In Jeremiah 31, God declares he will make a New Covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah. How we understand that covenant has tremendous importance for every area of theology. An Introduction to the New Covenant examines the covenant to discover who are the recipients of the promised blessings and concludes that the New Covenant is intended exclusively for Israel and Judah.
While this book asserts that the church is not related to the New Covenant, God’s promises to the nation of Israel have profound implications for every believer, every day.
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Analyzes various views of the New Covenant
Discusses characteristics of the New Covenant described by Jeremiah
Examines Classical Dispensational, Progressive Dispensational, Covenant, and New Covenant Theology perspectives
Laying the Groundwork for Understanding the New Covenant
Overview of New Covenant Passages, Ostensible and Actual
The Hermeneutic Ramifications of Applying the New Covenant to the Church
The Holy Spirit, the Church, and the New Covenant
The Lord’s Supper and the New Covenant
Romans 11:17 and the New Covenant
Second Corinthians 3:6 and the New Covenant
The New Covenant in Hebrews
Social-Political Implications of the New Covenant
Historical Progress While the New Covenant Awaits Implementation
Concluding Thoughts: The New Covenant Matters
Title: An Introduction to the New Covenant
Authors: Gary Gilley, David Gunn, Don Trest, Christopher Cone, Charlie Clough, and George Gunn
Editor: Christopher Cone
Publication Date: 2013
About Christopher Cone
Christopher Cone is the president of Tyndale Theological Seminary and Biblical Institute, a professor of Bible and theology at Tyndale Theological Seminary and Biblical Institute, and one of the pastors at Tyndale Bible Church in Hurst, Texas.