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NCT Friday: Debating New Covenant Theology

The day we believe that everybody with half a brain will agree with us on our interpretation of the Bible, is the day we should be locked up in an insane asylum. That is just not how the real world works. The sin factor simply does not allow for such a perfect world to exist this side of heaven!

The fact is that many respected men of God who have been studying theology longer and deeper than you have, will from time to time disagree with you. New Covenant Theology is no different. Many respected men disagree with us on this issue.

However, name dropping does not decide the truth of the matter. It is for this reason that there are a couple of debates (in writing) on the issue out on the web. Many of these are actually not in classic debate form, but rather in rebuttal form.

Have a look at this:
God’s Kingdom Unrighteously Defended

Israel: An Unbelieving People and the response from Covenant Theology (CT).

The Problem with Radical Discontinuity from CT and the response from NCT.

In Defense of the New Covenant – A comprehensive response to Richard Barcellos’ book entitled, “In Defense of the Decalogue.”

A comprehensive review of Richard Barcellos’ “In Defense of the Decalogue” by John Reisinger:
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5 – 4 cont.
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
Part 9
Part 10
Part 11

Just in the last week, NCT has been called into question. You can find them here and here.

Update
First NCT Friday.
Next, NCT Friday: Branches of New Covenant Theology.

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