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📒Unveiling The New Covenant ✍ Ronald David Kosor
✏Unveiling the New Covenant Book Summary : This strong revelatory teaching asks, what are the Four Decrees and what do they have to do with the New Covenant? And why hasn't the church at large taught the Four Decrees as a basic tenet of their faith?
📒New Covenant Morality In Paul ✍ T. J. Deidun
✏New Covenant Morality in Paul Book Summary : The present work is an exegetical and theological discussion of Pauline ethics in the light of the New Covenant theme characteristic of the self-understanding of the Pauline communities. The discussion deals with the distinctive features of Christian morality and the basic problems of Paul's ethical thought: the implications of life in the Spirit, the why and the what of Christian obligation, the indicative-imperative relationship, the nature of Christian love, the relationship between love and law in Christian morality, and the function of paraklesis and precept in Christian living. This study may serve as an introduction to Pauline ethics and theology. T. J. Deidun was born in Newport in 1943 and was educated at Ratcliffe College and Cambridge University, where he took a Double First in the Classical Tripos, specializing in ancient philosophy. He entered in the Institute of Charity in 1962 and was ordained in 1975. He did the licentiate and doctoral courses in Sacred Scripture at the Biblical Institute, Rome (1974-1979). He has lectured in New Testament at Heythrop College, University of London.
📒The New Covenant ✍ Watchman Nee
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✏The New Covenant Torah in Jeremiah and the Law of Christ in Paul Book Summary : Original Scholarly Monograph
📒The Book Of The New Covenant Of Our Lord And Saviour Jesus Christ Being A Critical Revision Of The Text And Translation Of The English Version Of The New Testament With The Aid Of Most Ancient Manuscripts Unknown To The Age In Which That Version Was Last Put Forth By Authority By Granville G Penn ✍
✏Release Date : 1836
✏Pages : 470
✏ISBN : BL:A0019761472
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The Book of the New Covenant of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Being a Critical Revision of the Text and Translation of the English Version of the New Testament with the Aid of Most Ancient Manuscripts Unknown to the Age in which that Version was Last Put Forth by Authority By Granville G Penn Book Summary :
📒Who Needs A New Covenant ✍ Michael D. Morrison
✏Who Needs a New Covenant Book Summary : Although covenant is a major theme in Hebrews, Morrison contends all mention of covenant can be deleted without damaging the coherence of the epistle or its christological conclusions. What role, then, does the covenant motif have in the epistle? The arguments in Hebrews are aimed at a Jewish audience--they ignore the needs and religious options relevant to Gentiles. For the readers, the Sinai covenant was the only relevant conceptual competitor to Christ. First-century Jews looked to the Abrahamic and Mosaic covenants as the basis of their obligations to God and God's promises toward them. Although most Jewish writers merged these covenants as if they were one, the author of Hebrews does not--he retains the Abrahamic promises while arguing that the Mosaic covenant is obsolete. The covenant concept supports the exhortations of Hebrews in two ways: 1) it provides the link between priesthood, worship rituals, and other laws, and 2) it enables the author to argue for allegiance to the community as allegiance to Christ.
📒God S New Covenant ✍ Heinrich Walter Cassirer
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📒The Death Of The Messiah And The Birth Of The New Covenant ✍ Michael J. Gorman
✏The Death of the Messiah and the Birth of the New Covenant Book Summary : In this groundbreaking book, Michael Gorman asks why there is no theory or model of the atonement called the Ònew-covenantÓ model, since this understanding of the atonement is likely the earliest in the Christian tradition, going back to Jesus himself. Gorman argues that most models of the atonement over-emphasize the penultimate purposes of JesusÕ death and the ÒmechanicsÓ of the atonement, rather than its ultimate purpose: to create a transformed, Spirit-filled people of God. The New TestamentÕs various atonement metaphors are part of a remarkably coherent picture of JesusÕ death as that which brings about the new covenant (and thus the new community) promised by the prophets, which is also the covenant of peace. Gorman therefore proposes a new model of the atonement that is really not new at allÑthe new-covenant model. He argues that this is not merely an ancient model in need of rediscovery, but also a more comprehensive, integrated, participatory, communal, and missional model than any of the major models in the tradition. Life in this new covenant, Gorman argues, is a life of communal and individual participation in JesusÕ faithful, loving, peacemaking death. Written for both academics and church leaders, this book will challenge all who read it to re-think and re-articulate the meaning of ChristÕs death for us.
📒Constructing A New Covenant ✍ Thomas R. Blanton
✏Constructing a New Covenant Book Summary : Thomas R. Blanton, IV seeks to reconstruct the social contexts in which two discourses that involve the "new covenant" were written, and to which they responded. He first examines the Damascus Document from among the Dead Sea scrolls, arguing that this discourse was crafted in order to delegitimate Hasmonean claims to the high priesthood and Pharisaic claims to authority in legal interpretation. In the second half of the book, the author argues that Paul crafted his discourse on the new covenant in opposition to an ideology that was espoused by a rival group of missionaries, according to which, under the conditions of the new covenant, the spirit of God was thought to empower individuals to follow the Torah with perfect obedience. In opposition to this view, Paul argued that law and spirit were antithetical terms. Thus, he attempted to bolster the credibility of his own law-free message.
📒Children Of The New Covenant ✍ Norma Evans Barber
✏Children Of The New Covenant Book Summary : Norma Evans Barber has a MA in Education and a BA in Sociology-Anthropology from Howard University in Washington, DC. She entered the forefront of the early intervention movement, teaching babies with special needs at the Easter Seals Society for Disabled Children and Adults where she later became center coordinator for the Washington DC centers. Her love for teaching beckoned her back to the classroom, where she taught for twelve years in the DC Public Schools, then for further years in the Prince George’s County Public Schools. She is also a Teacher Consultant with the DC Area Writing Project. Born in Guyana, South America, she now resides in the state of Maryland. Mrs. Barber is the secretary of the Local Board of Administration, superintendent of Sunday School, and adult Bible Class teacher for her church. She holds workshops for hurting women. Her life demonstrates her personal commitment to the Lord Jesus, children, and literacy, and to make a positive difference in our world