Understanding The New Covenant And Books Of The New Testament Of Jesus Christ
ACTS 2: The New Testament/Christian Age: Acts 2 marks the “beginning” of the New Testament age (L:uke 24:44) as Christ, through the Holy Spirit, reveals his new covenant doctrine to the apostles. Acts 2 also describes the “establishment” of the New Testament “church as thousands of Jews were converted to the New Testament “Savior” -
REVELATION: A highly symbolic book of the apostle John’s vision, not of historical events to come after the 1st century, but the Godhead’s new covenant “promise” of the full and final victory of Christ and his new covenant “church” in every generation -
NOTE: To understand the full and complete New Testament doctrine of Christ on any and every subject. one must gather all of the information from all of the books, chapters and verses in the New Testament on that specific doctrine and study and interpret all the doctrinal information together to understand the complete will and meaning of Christ’s New Testament doctrine. The complete meaning of Christ on any and/or every doctrine is never revealed in one verse of New Testament scripture.
This is why we must interpret the New Testament by full and complete covenants -
For example, the New Testament doctrine of Chirst for “baptism” is first commanded by Christ in Acts 2:38. Then, all of the details, examples, meaning and purposes of “baptism are fully explained in the New Testament definition of baptism, baptize, and baptized listed in any standard concordance of the New Testament. There are four different “baptisms” mentioned in the scriptures, Christ’s personal Old Testament “baptism” by John the baptizer of Israel, Christ’s “baptism” of suffering, death, and finally the “one baptism” by immersion in the “new birth” gospel. Study these differences carefully!
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