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Eschatology and the Covenant

A Comparison of 4 Ezra and Romans 1-11 (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement)

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        StatementSheffield
        PublishersSheffield
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        LC ClassificationsFebruary 1992
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 140 p. :
        Number of Pages96
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        ISBN 101850753059
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Eschatology and the Covenant: A Comparison of 4 Ezra and Romans 1

This is then followed by a general exposition of the view subdivided into theological and practical considerations and responses to two objections.

4 Ezra and Paul would seem to have one significant point in common: their common displacement from the covenantal 'pattern of religion' which was so prevalent in Early Judaism. The early church was convinced that even after Jesus had ascended into heaven, he continued to meet with his disciples through the ministry of the Word and the sacrament. Its main proponents are Charles Ryrie, John Walvoord, and J.

But how do we then account for the unique typological elements in the Decalogue: the promise of long life in the land; the curse sanction added to the second commandment; the seventh day rest, etc.? [2] For more on how Eschatology and the Covenant works principle operated within Israel, without compromising the unity of the covenant of grace, see Kingdom Prologue, pp.

The seventh-day Sabbatarians and the first-day Sabbatarians both err, however, in viewing the ten commandments as "a perfect rule of righteousness" binding on all men, including the new covenant people of God.

The Sabbath as an Eschatological Sign of the Covenant

Thompson, The Book of Jeremiah Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1980551; R. " This is consistent with what we see in the return from Exile, when YHWH gradually restores Eschatology and the Covenant and makes a firm point of re-establishing the Davidic line through Zerubbabel, who is their shepherd but not yet king: Haggai 2:23 - "On that day, declares the LORD of hosts, I will take you, O Zerubbabel my servant, the son of Shealtiel, declares the LORD, and make you like a signet ring, for I have chosen you, declares the LORD of hosts.

Yahweh said of Mount Zion: "This is My resting place [ m enuchah] forever; here I will dwell, for I have desired it" Psalm 132:14; cp. All that I have written above is obviously rooted in Kline's basic approach, though I do have some reservations, as will be clear in what follows.