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NCT Friday: Introduction

Since I believe in the system called New Covenant Theology (as opposed to Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism), I have thought that it would be good to make something related to New Covenant Theology (NCT) available every Friday.

Today, as the first offering, I would like to point you to a short article which defines NCT.

“New Covenant Theology (NCT) describes how the unfolding plan of salvation in Scripture is to be understood. It focuses on the relationship between the Old and New Covenants. It views the nation of Israel as a picture of the people of God but not the believing people of God. It understands the Mosaic Covenant to be a legal covenant that demands perfect obedience in order to receive the promised blessings. It views the Ten Commandments as the essence of the Mosaic law and not the essence of all of God’s law. It views the New Covenant as a new and better covenant that replaces the Old Covenant. New Covenant Theology differs from both Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism.”

To learn more, read Geoff Volker and Mike Adams’ article called “Defining New Covenant Theology.”

Next, NCT Friday: Common FAQ.

  1. 1 December 2008 at 3:57 am

    William,Thanks for looking me up on Facebook. Feel free to use any of my stuff at any time. You can find the most recent papers (and blogs) on my blog site at http://www.lovebrokethru.com. It’s all still linked from IDS as wellTake Care,Mike

  2. 28 November 2008 at 4:10 pm

    Thanks Geoff!

  3. 28 November 2008 at 3:53 pm

    William,I am glad that our stuff on NCT has been helpful to you. Keep up the good work. Geoff Volker IDS

  4. 28 November 2008 at 3:43 pm

    Hi Moe,Yea! I am still around. I still frequent the usual NCT websites.Joseph,Thanks for the encouragement!

  5. 28 November 2008 at 3:36 pm

    William,Keep it going and don’t be shy with SOG.Joseph Krygier

  6. 28 November 2008 at 1:28 am

    Dear William, It’s good to see you are still alive and well. Moe Bergeron

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