Using a thorough, integrated biblical theology to make sense of the
'master story' of Scripture, Allan J. McNicol explores the nature
and importance of the Bible's abiding narrative of the persistence
of God's promises to his people, and their hope of final triumph.
Special attention is given to the often contentious claim that
these early followers of Jesus presumed that they stood in full
continuity with Israel, the historic people of God, and were
claiming that many of God's promises were coming to fulfilment
among them. McNicol presents a closer analysis of the texts as he
shows how the theme of the people of God fits into the wider
literary productions of these major New Testament writers.
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