Tracing God’s Kingdom Program and Covenants. Part 10: Prophets

Prophets Eventually the administration of the kings ended after David and Solomon, and the administration of the prophets began. Deuteronomy 18:18-19 predicts God would raise up a prophet like Moses, having God’s authority. So, in the same way Moses carried the theocratic administration, the prophet was to carry it on. After Solomon’s passing, the kings only had authority... Continue Reading →

What is the Relationship Between Each of the Four Main Covenants? Part 2: Mosaic Covenant

The Mosaic Covenant is “the covenant that Moses mediated between God and Israel at Mount Sinai when Israel received the Law (including the Ten Commandments). Also referred to as the ‘old covenant’ (in contrast with the new covenant of Jer 31:31–34; Ezek 36:25–28) …”[1] By the time this covenant is made with Israel at Mount... Continue Reading →

The Palestinian Covenant: Weaknesses

To start with, the way Pentecost writes in his books (Thy Kingdom Come: Tracing God's Kingdom Program and Covenant Promises Throughout History and Things to Come: A Study in Biblical Eschatology) he makes it seem as thought the Palestinian covenant is literally confined to Deuteronomy 30:1-10. Although I consider it the heart of the prediction... Continue Reading →

The Palestinian Covenant: Strengths

I think Pentecost does well making the point the Palestinian covenant is in addition to the Mosaic covenant. Deuteronomy 29:1 makes it clear that Moses is laying forth the details of the agreement under which the people would enter the land of Palestine in addition to the Mosaic covenant given at Horeb (Sinai).[1] Pentecost also... Continue Reading →

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