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The impulse to retaliate when we are wronged is one of the toughest battlegrounds on which Jesus calls us to apply His righteousness. So what does He teach, how does it connect with OT teaching on vengeance, and how does Jesus model His own teaching?
We've seen how the concept of sin offering is fulfilled in Jesus, but the New Testament also applies the concepts of priesthood and offering to each Christian. Today we explore at least 6 ways that we present offerings to God as Christians.
Today we explore Old Testament shadows of baptism and its significance, as clarified in the New Testament
Should justice be feared or celebrated? Is it a term just for lawyers, judges, and court systems, or does it have personal relevance? How does God see justice? Who are the common victims of injustice? And what does God expect from His people in their practice of justice today? We explore these questions and this grand biblical theme in today's episode of #ConnectingCovenants.
How the book of Galatians uses the concept of BAGGAGE in application to both Jewish and Gentile converts...and why the metaphor is still relevant to us
Jesus says He did not come to abolish the Law and the Prophets but to fulfill them. Today we distinguish between the ideas of abolishing and fulfilling. And we look for how Jesus would have us now see the relevance of the ethical teachings of the Old Testament.
Are James and Paul in contradiction to each other when it comes to justification? And how do each use the Old Testament in their arguments? We explore in today's episode.
After discussing the Atoning Work of Jesus 2 weeks ago and the Redemptive Work of Jesus last week, we now turn toward the Legal Work of Jesus - the process the Bible calls JUSTIFICATION. How do I go from guilty to not-guilty when I am in solidarity with Jesus?
The human heart has a sickness. Jeremiah's presentation, when coupled with the New Testament Gospel, forms the most pessimistic of views of the condition of the unredeemed heart but at the same the most optimistic view of the heart that has been redeemed.
Welcome back to Connecting Covenants! In this brand new episode, we look at the WHY and HOW questions surrounding Atonement for Sin in the Scriptures. I think you'll come away with an even greater appreciation for the cross event and someone else paying a ransom price for you.