A. Blake White

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This blog has been all but dead for a while now, but wanted to point to a new website where you can find my stuff: blakewhite.org. Thanks for reading!
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Published on July 02, 2018 08:36
Average rating: 4.25 · 140 ratings · 23 reviews · 14 distinct worksSimilar authors
What Is NEW COVENANT THEOLO...

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God's Chosen People: Promis...

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The Law of Christ: A Theolo...

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Theological Foundations for...

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The Abrahamic Promises in G...

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The Newness of the New Cove...

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Missional Ecclesiology

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Union with Christ: Last Ada...

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The Imitation of Jesus

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Joyful Unity in the Gospel

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“The story of the Bible is not the story of the covenant of grace; nor is it the story of Israel. The Bible is the story of God’s work in history to sum up all things in Christ. New Covenant Theology strives to keep this one plan of God—centered in Jesus Christ—primary.”
A. Blake White, What is New Covenant Theology? An Introduction

“Eschatology is generally understood as the study of the end times (or last things), so when New Covenant Theology says that the church is the eschatological Israel, we are saying that the church is the end-time Israel.”
A. Blake White, What is New Covenant Theology? An Introduction

“New covenant Christians are no longer under the old covenant era of law, but are now under the new covenant era of grace inaugurated by Christ himself.”
A. Blake White, What is New Covenant Theology? An Introduction

“To repent means to turn away from something and to turn toward something else. It means a reshaping of our mindset, a new way of looking at the world. It means rethinking our way of thinking and being and doing.”
Daniel Montgomery, Faithmapping: A Gospel Atlas for Your Spiritual Journey

“It may require some new words, but as missiologist Ed Stetzer has said, if Christians can learn to order at Starbucks, they can probably learn to handle some theological language.”
Daniel Montgomery, Faithmapping: A Gospel Atlas for Your Spiritual Journey

“Some false gods are made of wood. Some are bank accounts. Some are in our mirrors. False worship isn’t limited to a few moments of slavish action toward a physical thing; it’s a whole life apart from Jesus, an outpouring wasted on false kingdoms and false gods, even if that god is ourselves.”
Daniel Montgomery, Faithmapping: A Gospel Atlas for Your Spiritual Journey

“don’t believe everything you read about the Rapture. In fact, don’t believe most of what you read about the Rapture.”
N.T. Wright, Simply Jesus: A New Vision of Who He Was, What He Did, and Why He Matters

“But attendance, busyness, construction, finances, and programs are not real indications of success. The core question of effectiveness — the question that ultimately matters — is whether the people who are getting saved are being conformed to the likeness of Christ. Are we making mature disciples of Jesus who are not only able to withstand the culture but are also making disciples of Jesus themselves? Let’s look at some research.”
Jim Putman, DiscipleShift: Five Steps That Help Your Church to Make Disciples Who Make Disciples

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