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by Roderick Campbell

eBook Israel and the New Covenant epub
  • ISBN: 0875521614
  • Author: Roderick Campbell
  • Genre: Religion
  • Subcategory: Religious Studies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: P & R Publishing (April 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 360 pages
  • ePUB size: 1716 kb
  • FB2 size 1778 kb
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Roderick Campbell’s most popular book is Israel and the new covenant. Israel and the new covenant by. Roderick Campbell.

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by Roderick Campbell. The tow Great Covenants that we call the Old and New Testaments, which are associated with the points in history known as Sinai and Calvary, are the tow great mountain peaks of history, of revelation, and of the one true faith. These are the two focal points of this study-subject, of course, to the one supreme fact that the long-promised Messiah, as already come, stands at the center of all history, as well as of biblical revelation.

The two great covenants that we call the Old and New Testaments are the great mountain peaks of history, of revelation, and of the one true faith. This study concerns the practical and historical aspects of the covenants and their bearing upon the closely related subject of Messianic prophecy and fulfillment. The position taken is that a peaceful and prosperous future for this sin-cursed world cannot be realized until there is a clearer understanding of the covenants and a more consistent application of covenant truth in the everyday life of the Christian and the church.

A biblical covenant is a religious covenant that is described in the Bible. All Abrahamic religions consider biblical covenants important

A biblical covenant is a religious covenant that is described in the Bible. All Abrahamic religions consider biblical covenants important. The Hebrew Bible contains the Noahic Covenant (in Genesis), which is between God and all people, as well as a number of more specific covenants with individuals or groups. Biblical covenants include those with Abraham, the whole Israelite people, the Israelite priesthood, and the Davidic lineage of kings

Roderick Campbell has written: 'Israel and the new covenant' - subject(s): Covenant theology, Dispensationalism, Eschatology, Great Commission (Bible), Mission of the church.

Roderick Campbell has written: 'Israel and the new covenant' - subject(s): Covenant theology, Dispensationalism, Eschatology, Great Commission (Bible), Mission of the church. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author Roderick Scott written? Roderick Scott has written: 'Roderick Scott'. Asked in Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages. When was Roderick Campbell born?

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The two great covenants that we call the Old and New Testaments, which are associated with the points in history known as Sinai and Calvary, are the two great mountain peaks of history, of revelation, and of the one true faith. These are the two focal points of this study—subject, of course, to the one supreme fact that the long-promised Messiah, as already come, stands at the center of all history, as well as of biblical revelation.The divinely ordained covenants of which we read in Holy Scripture must be seen as significant landmarks in the history of the human race; their true place and function in the whole panorama of spiritual redemption must be more clearly understood. The covenants must be seen as the basis of a framework of redemptive revelation into which every vital detail of Scripture will neatly fit.In these great covenants we are, in short, confronted with transactions and implications of tremendous importance for the church and for the world.This study, begun during another, earlier period of economic depression, concerns the more practical and historical aspects of the covenants and their bearing upon the closely related subject of Messianic prophecy and its fulfillment. The position taken is that a peaceful and prosperous future for this sin-cursed world cannot be realized until there is a clearer understanding of the covenants and a more consistent application of covenant truth in the everyday life of the Christian and the church.
Comments: (4)
Thohelm
This book was very useful to me in showing how Bible motifs such as "Coning in the Clouds", "The heavenly army", "new heavens and a new earth", "the new kindgom", the "new Jerusalem"--and such themes as the new age, the new temple, the heavenly army,etc.--are thoroughly rooted and grounded in Old Testament prophecy and cannot be rightly understood apart from an understanding of thesse themes and motifs in their Old Testament setting and how they are thus used by the New Testament writers. It is this indisputable linkage which enables one to appreciate the interpretive perspective knows as Post-millennialism.

Only then can one see that the New Testament speaks of a series of invisble but none the less real comings of Christ in jusgment and blessing, culminating in his final coming in his own person at the end of the world. (Campbell seeks to demonstrate that only a very few passages in the NT speaking of Christ's future coming refer to his final coming at the at the end of the world.) Of the last two chapters in the book of Revelation, Campbell says beautifully that "These are a summary...of the ideal and goal in history and time towards which all messianic prophecy points."

Campbell's book is good preparation for reading Jonathan Edwards' last great work: "A History of the Work of Redemption".
Felolak
Roderick Campbell was a lay theologian at the time this 1954 book espousing Postmillenialism was published. Oswald Allis (author of Prophecy and the Church, a critique of dispensationalism) writes in the Foreword, "the thesis of the present volume ... can be stated briefly and in a single sentence: The Christian church has for centuries failed to take seriously and carry out fully the Great Commission."

In Campbell's own Preface, he states, "In the chapters which follow an attempt is made to study the more practical and historical aspects of the covenants and their bearing upon the closely related subject of Messianic prophecy and its fulfillment. The position taken is that it is futile to expect that the hope of a peaceful and prosperous for this cursed world can be realized until there is first of all a clearer understanding of the covenants and then a more consistent application of Covenant Truth in the every-day life of all Christians and the Church."

Here are some quotations from the book:

"The answer to the riddle of the Old Testament is Christ. The answer to the riddle of the religion of Israel is Christ... Christ fulfilled both the Law and the Prophets in the exercise of all the functions of Prophet, Priest and King..." (Pg. 39)
"Christianity is the fulfillment of the New Covenant spoken of by Jeremiah. This fact is basic in the thinking of the New Testament writers." (Pg. 53)
"'Coming in the clouds' cannot by any legitimate method of interpretation be taken to mean a literal and visible return of Christ either to reign or to dwell on this earth... That the phrase 'coming in the clouds of heaven' means a literal and personal return of Christ to this earth is an assumption which has not a shred of Biblical authority in its support." (Pg. 75-76)
"(T)he true covenanted community---the faithful Remnant of the church of the Old Covenant---received, like its progenitor, Jacob, a new name. The Remnant of Israel becomes the CHRISTIAN Church." (Pg. 120)
(about Gen 12:2-3) "It seems reasonable therefore to suppose that it is the task (commission and function) of the Christian church, under Christ, to bring about a complete fulfillment." (Pg. 15)
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Mikale
It has been 60 years since Roderick Campbell wrote "Israel and the New Covenant." In the six decades that have elapsed since this book was first published, there has been a revival of postmillennial thought in the evangelical community. This revival has been accompanied by a significant number of works presenting and defending postmillennialism and showing how it flows from Scripture. Many of these works are worth reading, but few if any have provided a better and more complete defense of postmillennialism than Campbell does in this book.

This work of more than 300 pages is divided into six major sections: "Our Hebrew-Christian Heritage," "Problems of Interpretation," "All Things New," "Promise and Prophecy," The New and Better Covenant," and "War, Victory, and Peace." Throughout Campbell shows how we must understand the New Testament in general and its eschatological passages in particular in light of the Old Testament. Only then will we be able to rightly interpret the symbolism of the New Testament as well as the relationship between the Old Covenant and the New.

This is truly a seminal work and one that anyone who wishes to understand postmillennialism should read. Although fairly long it reads well and is easy to understand.
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