THE NEW COVENANT: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE LORD'S SUPPER TRADITIONS AND FROM THE PAULINE LETTERS

Petrus J Gräbe

Abstract


For many Christians, the concept 'New Covenant' has the connotation of 'New Testament' as opposed to 'Old Testament'. 'New Covenant' is, however, also a thoroughly 'Old Testament' category. Although the term 'New Covenant' occurs only in Jeremiah 31:31-34, the issue is also present in the salvation prophecies of Ezechiel, Zachariah, Hosea and Deutero-Isiah.

Keywords


'New Covenant'; Lord's supper; Pauline letters

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/65-0-1476

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