The May issue of Tabletalk is out. This issue examines the biblical doctrine of the new covenant. Throughout the Old Testament, we read of God establishing various covenants with Noah, with Abraham, with Israel, and with David. Israel continually violated the terms of the covenant made with them at Sinai, and they were exiled as a result. The prophet Jeremiah looked beyond the time of Israel's judgment to a time of restoration when God would make a new covenant with His people "not like the covenant that I made with their fathers on the day when I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt, my covenant that they broke." This issue of Tabletalk will seek to clarify exactly what is new and different about the new covenant.
Contributors include R.C. Sproul along with Mark Jones, Richard L. Pratt Jr., Guy Prentiss Waters, J. Mark Beach, John W. Tweeddale, R.C. Sproul Jr., Eric J. Alexander, Jared C. Wilson, Aimee Byrd, Joe Carter, and others.
We do not post all of the feature articles or the daily devotionals from the issue, so you'll have to either purchase the issue or subscribe to get those. But for now, here are links to several free columns and articles from this month:
- Reformed (Covenant) Theology by Burk Parsons
- The Comfort of Jesus' Prayers by R.C. Sproul
- Everything Old Is New by R.C. Sproul Jr.
- Asking, Seeking, Knocking by Eric J. Alexander
- Encourage Leaders with Faithful Graciousness by Jared C. Wilson
- Living the Gospel in Ordinary Life: An Interview with Aimee Byrd
- Not a Sales Pitch by Joe Carter
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Here's a preview of what's coming up in Tabletalk over the coming months:
Guilt by Association
The June issue will look at what Scripture teaches concerning our associations with other people both inside and outside the visible church.
The Fourteenth Century
The July issue will examine the fourteenth century and help Christians better understand where we are today by looking closely at where we have been in the past.
The Ordinary Christian Life
The August issue explains that the ordinary Christian life, the life to which all believers are called by the Lord Jesus, is, by its very nature, the radical Christian life.
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