Posted On July 25, 2019

Ep. 021 | Getting the New Covenant Right — TAU Roundtable

by | Jul 25, 2019 | Theology, Things Above Us Roundtable

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Michael and George discuss the New Covenant. This covenant is unmixed, unbreakable and unconditional. This is the first in a series where we will define the New Covenant, discuss its implications, apply it to the Christian life, and then contrast it to errors that ensue when getting the New Covenant wrong.

Scripture references: Jeremiah 31:31-34; 32:36-41; Ezekiel 11:19-20; 36:25-26; John 6:44-46; Hebrews 8:1-10:18

Jeremiah passages regarding the stubbornness of the heart which provides immediate context to the necessity of New Covenant regeneration: Jer. 3:17; 7:24; 9:13-14; 11:8; 13:10; 16:10-12; 17:9; 18:12; 23:17


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