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Pastor Jeff Johnson, author of The Fatal Flaw Behind The Theology of Infant Baptism, shows us how the Abrahamic Covenant unifies the Old Testament and the New Testament; the Old Covenant and the New Covenant, the demands of the law and the glory of grace.
Glad to find these sermons I am always looking to see who is new to broadcasting on SermonAudio and to see Pastor Johnson's name really made my day. (By the way, my pastor is Jeff Johnson as well.) On my coffee table is a book by Pastor Johnson, The Fatal Flaw. The book has been a great read anyway, but my copy is borrowed from my friend Albert Martin with his notes all over the margins and a recommendation for me to read it. Shame on me for not getting my own copy by now! and I am glad to see Pastor Johnson's sermons on SermonAudio. I will put some of the sermons on www.wildernessradio.com
John David (3/1/2013)
Great Sermon! Good Study but his conclusions are off in part do to the miss use of some words which in the end he contradict himself from the beginning. Must read the Hebrew to catch this correct. The two seeds where his boys one became Israel and the other the life of Baal. The Covenant and the Common. Each Wedding is a covenant vow the 2nd one is to come. Can't get the cart before the Horse.... Still two trees, Life and Knowledge....The only way to know the difference is by living the instructions Yeshua wrote in both they are the same....
Great Sermon! This is one of the BEST sermons I've ever heard by far! I praise God that He's given this word for you to share. You lay it all out so simply it'd be hard to understand how someone could disagree. I've been trying to do my own study of the differences between Dispensational theology and Covenantal theology and this just further solidifies why I cannot agree with the Dispensational view. I've already linked this sermon to my facebook for all my Dispensational friends to hear. Thank you again for taking the time to study this matter out and sharing it with us.
Jeffrey Johnson is the author of The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism, Behind the Bible: A Primer in Textual Criticism, The Church: Why Bother?, The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Covenant & Biblical Theology, and the forthcoming book The Absurdity of Unbelief. He...