This article shows how the new covenant is fulfilled in Christ. It draws the implication of this fulfillment for the believer.
Is the notion of covenant irrelevant for the New Testament church? This article deals with the relation between the old and new covenants. The new is the fulfillment of the old, a movement from shadows to realities in Christ.
This article identifies when the new covenant was established: the moment Christ died on the cross.
This article considers the meaning and significance of the new covenant in Scripture.
Does the fact that the old covenant is the old covenant mean that the new covenant was “plan b”? The answer is no. God did not make a mistake with the old covenant. This article looks at the relation of the old covenant to the new covenant (the relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament).
The Epistle to the Hebrews was written to encourage Jewish believers who had professed faith in Christ not to backslide from Him in order to return to the still impressive Temple rituals of pre–A.D. 70 Judaism.