COMMENTARY ON SCOTT CLARK’S COVENANTALISM #34

R. K. McGregor Wright: We turn now to some New Testament passages referring to the OT covenants and particularly to the arrival of the New Covenant. The hermeneutical question is: Does the NT text require or suggest that because the Messiah has come and died and returned to heaven, and a new covenant has replaced the Mosaic, and revelation has progressed to new heights and depths of redemptive truth, there will be no literal fulfillment of the Hebrew Prophets’ predictions of a coming Kingdom of national Israel centered in a Temple in Jerusalem in the promised Land? [more]

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