Review: Covenant and Commandment [NSBT; #33]


Covenant and Commandment

I’ve posted a few reviews so far of books from the NSBT series [here, here, and here]. So far they haven’t let me down, and the newest contribution from Bradley Green didn’t disappoint. Covenant and Commandment is the 33rd book in the NSBT series, and it focuses on the nature of works, obedience, and faithfulness in the Christian life.

Christians are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, and we are justified by God. But while man agree that believers enter into a  covenant with God by His grace apart from works, there is still much debate on the ongoing works and obedience that are supposed to be found in the lives of those same believers.

Green’s argument is that: “in the new covenant, works are a God-elicited and necessary part of the life of a converted person, a constant theme in the New Testament…”…

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Published by Vincent S Artale Jr

Biblical studies, Health and Nutrition, Biology, Fitness, Hiking, Reading. Re-blogging doesn't equal agreement.

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