It seems a lot of “New Testament Christians” would prefer to simply dispose of the Old Testament. Perhaps that’s because it’s often difficult for modern believers to find relevance in the rules and wrath of a seemingly angry, vengeful Old Testament God. Today’s guest posits that simply writing off the Old Testament is not an option, so perhaps we might start our study of the Old by examining key chapters of the New.
In his book, Old Made New: A Guide to New Testament Use of the Old Testament, Greg Lanier aligns Old and New Covenant passages along 13 major themes of the Bible and provides a “big picture” understanding of the Old Testament’s primacy in such New Testament themes as grace, adoption, sanctification, and more. As a bonus, our hosts and guest briefly discuss how annoying certain English accents can be. Don’t miss a minute!
Congrats to our winners of Greg’s Old Made New: A Guide to New Testament Use of the Old Testament, courtesy of Crossway Books:
*J.C. from Columbus, OH
*Tracy A. from Metairie, LA
*Collin V. from Edgerton, MN
*Old Made New Study Guide
*Redemptive-Historical Bible Reading Plan