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The Old and New Testaments: Their Relationship and the "Intertestamental" Literature
Editied by James H. Charlesworth and Walter P. Weaver

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Format: Paperback, 140pp.
ISBN: 1563380625
Publisher: Trinity Pr Intl
Pub. Date: March 1994

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How, if at all, is the New Testament related to the Old? Does the traditional view of the Old Testament as promise and the New Testament as fulfillment still hold? Why are religious services organized so that there are readings from both the Old and the New Testaments? How can we understand the relationship between the testaments in a way that celebrates the similarities and differences between Jews and Christians?

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Faith and Scholarship Colloquies
1. The Bible as the Shared Story of a People
2. What Has the Old Testament to Do with the New?
3. Apocalypticism as a Bridge Between the Testaments
4. Christ the Servant of the Lord

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