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How New is the New Covenant?
How New is the New Covenant? by Stephen Crosby

Price: $19.99
Author: Stephen Crosby
Subtitle: Discovering the Implications of Jesus is Lord
Format: Paperback
Length: 156 Pages
Published: 2016

Stock Status:In Stock

What if much you hold sacred in your understanding of the Bible was turned upside down? Crosby shows how Jesus’ claims were “challenging and deconstructing to current beliefs about Torah, the temple, and the priesthood.” He reveals how the New Covenant is all about the supremacy of Jesus whose authority presides even over the Old Testament scripture. How New is the New Covenant? paints a vivid picture of what the statement “Jesus is Lord” meant to the ruling Caesars of the day and the radical implications for all who would follow Christ. The Lordship of Jesus is a doctrine universally accepted by most Christians, yet is fully understood by few and lived out in daily life by fewer still. The same message that challenged the religion of Jesus’ day is as timely in this hour as it was then. This well researched book is an invaluable resource that packs a heart-full of inspiration into a small package with a knockout punch.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Jesus is Lord – Implications for the Church
Chapter 2: Jesus is Lord – Implications for Judaism
Chapter 3: Jesus is Lord – Implications for Rome
Chapter 4: Jesus is Lord – Implications on Scripture
Chapter 5: Jesus is Lord – Implications on Covenant Part 1
Chapter 6: Jesus is Lord – Implications on Covenant Part 2
Chapter 7: Paul and Torah
Chapter 8: Jewish Restorationism
Appendix A: The Emperors and Miracles

About the Author:
Stephen and Rita Crosby have ministered in churches, home churches, organic churches, conferences, and Bible schools in nations on four continents. They have three grown children, and four grandchildren. They have been married for forty years. Steve and Rita are committed to the proclamation and spread of the transforming New Covenant life, love, liberty, and kingdom power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ into the world, one heart at a time. They are passionate about relationships – one-anothering – in community as the foundation for all kingdom endeavors.