Six women from the Old Testament serve as allegorical illustrations
in a comparative study between the old and new covenants. Law and
Grace are personified through the lives of Sarah and Hagar, Rachel
and Leah, and Hannah and Peninnah. Distinct covenantal differences
are revealed via names, relationships and circumstances. The
colossal transition from the age of the Law into the kingdom of
Grace is also explored in fresh concepts and terms. These ideas
challenge the believer to function in a current New Testament
relationship with God through the redemptive person and work of the
Lord Jesus Christ.
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