Tag Archive | Covenant Theology

The Parable of the Two Trains: Old/New Covenants (3)

In the first article I sought to illustrate Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism using the figure of trains, tracks, and engineers. Covenant Theology was depicted as one train (i.e. God’s people) running through history on one track (i.e. one covenant of grace) picking up passengers as it goes. At the appropriate time, Christ replaces Moses as […]

The Parable of the Two Trains: Old/New Covenants (2)

Previously I sought to illustrate the differences between Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism by the use of trains and train tracks. Let me quickly review. Covenant Theology was described as one train on one track but with two engineers. Originally, Moses was the engineer as it chugged its way through the Old Testament times. Then, at […]

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