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W of the overarching structure of the Bible Tracing the significance of the concept of covenant through both the Old and New Testaments this bo. The thesis is simple let the Bible speak for itself And when you read it in this way you learn that the Bible is one book with a clear storyline that is best understood in terms of covenant I m going to have to read it again there is so much in this abridgement

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Gods Kingdom Through Gods Covenants

In this abridgement of the groundbreaking book Kingdom through Covenant a biblical scholar and a theologian offer readers an accessible overvie. Really enjoyed and even want to read again slowly to reflect on the content sometime

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Ok charts a middle way between covenant theology and dispensationalism exploring the covenantal framework undergirding the history of redemptio. Very persuasive Much to agree on and reaffirmed how covenants are crucial to understand metanarrative of Bible Way accessible than the tome Kingdom through Covenant


10 thoughts on “Gods Kingdom Through Gods Covenants

  1. says:

    Really enjoyed and even want to read again slowly to reflect on the content sometime

  2. says:

    This book is a shortening of a massive 800 tome that sought to find a via media between dispensationalism and covenant theology But I don't think that's what they really did I'd call it covenant theology properly understood In other words they correct many of the errors of covenant theology as it is commonly taught espe

  3. says:

    An excellent exploration of the Biblical narrative I believe Gentry and Wellum have successfully pieced together the biblical covenants in such a way as to avoid the potential dangers of both dispensationalism and covenant theology The finished product is a sort of modified covenant theology I think is default

  4. says:

    Loved the book It is a tremendous work of biblical scholarship and accessible compared to it unabridged 800 page version Kingdom through CovenantThe book conserves that God establishes his kingdom through the biblical covenants all of which point forward to terminate in and are fulfilled by Jesus ChristThe six major biblical covenants are the covenant with creation Noah Abraham the covenant made at Sinai the covenant wi

  5. says:

    The thesis is simple let the Bible speak for itself And when you read it in this way you learn that the Bible is one book with a clear 'storyline' that is best understood in terms of covenant I'm going to have to read it again; there is so much in this 'abridgement'

  6. says:

    This was such a great book of theology for anyone It definitely has a lot of material great for pastors and sermon writing I am not in ministry as a profession but I found this book very interesting and easy to understand I was motivated to read it after going through the first half of a Bible reading program that took me rather uickly through the OT with many NT connections woven in Christ Church Ladies Bible Fellowship I noticed so much o

  7. says:

    I definitely recommend this terrific primer for those who want to understand the whole arc of God's story the important progression of the Biblical covenants and how all of these find their surprising and awesome fulfillment in Jesus of Nazareth 1 Cor 220 While reading the New Testament one day I realized I hadn't a clue what all of Jesus' kingdom talk was about The Kingdom of Heaven didn't seem to be about a mystical

  8. says:

    Gentry and Wellum are masterclass at explaining where this view is derived how it works and what that means for us Want to dig into the full work later this year

  9. says:

    Very persuasive Much to agree on and reaffirmed how covenants are crucial to understand metanarrative of Bible Way accessible than the tome Kingdom through Covenant

  10. says:

    Gentry’s and Wellum’s God’s Kingdom through God’s Covenants presents a striking biblical theology of how God’s rule and reign over the world which he seeks to save primarily comes through his decisive covenant making his with creation and his chosen people While from the introduction one would think that this book is primarily go

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