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NEW COVENANT NEW COMMUNITY PB

NEW COVENANT NEW COMMUNITY PB
An introduction to the covenant theology of the OT, Second Temple Judaism, the NT, and the early Fathers, exploring the implications for co...
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9781842272480
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Publisher: AUTHENTIC MEDIA BOOKS&MUSIC UK
Author: GRABE PETRUS
 
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An introduction to the covenant theology of the OT, Second Temple Judaism, the NT, and the early Fathers, exploring the implications for contemporary theology. The concept of 'covenant' is a crucial component in understanding God and his actions throughout salvation history. New Covenant, New Community looks at covenant in the Old and New Testaments and the history of Christian interpretation, and makes a substantial contribution to biblical theological studies in this area. What are the elements of continuity and discontinuity in terms of the covenant concept between the Old and New Testaments? Can we truly speak of a 'new' covenant that is distinct from the old? What are the implications of a biblical understanding of covenant for the community of faith - then and now? These are just a few of the many questions Grabe addresses in this far-reaching, well-researched and highly accessible study.
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