Introducing the Covenant Cards 2nd Edition, available now.
Inspired by the sort of cutting-edge, historically rich biblical teaching of Martin Trench, Kenneth Bailey, John Walton, David Bentley Hart, Gordon Fee, Scott Hahn and Jonathan Welton, this deck features 48 study cards packaged neatly in a glossy, custom-designed tuck box. Printed on fine card stock at 3.5"x5.75", it includes a full-colour instruction booklet and an invitation to the online Covenant Cards Club, giving you a privileged 'first look' at news, free stuff and future products. But that's not all—you will also get the downloadable digital versions (PNG + PDF format) at no extra cost!
Here's what's inside:
|COVENANTS||END OF THE AGE||NEW COVENANT|
|#1 The Bible||#1 Eschatology||#1 Disrupting Culture|
|#2 Interpretation||#2 aion||#2 Son of Man|
|#3 Covenant||#3 Heaven and Earth||#3 Logos|
|#4 Covenant Canon||#4 stoicheia||#4 Messianic Miracles|
|#5 Grant Covenant||#5 kosmos||#5 Better Covenant Theology I|
|#6 Kinship Covenant||#6 oikoumene||#6 Better Covenant Theology II|
|#7 Vassal Covenant||#7 ge||#7 Not Your Father's Covenant|
|#8 Adamic Covenant||#8 genea||#8 The Law of Love|
|#9 Noahic Covenant||#9 ethnos||#9 Sin|
|#10 Genealogical Code||#10 apokalypsis||#10 World Realm|
|#11 Abrahamic Covenant||#11 parousia 1||#11 Church Realm|
|#12 Molech||#12 parousia 2||#12 Supernatural Realm|
|#13 Mosaic Covenant I||#13 Josephus||#13 Kingdom Realm|
|#14 Mosaic Covenant II||#14 Vespasian & Titus||#14 New Covenant Realm|
|#15 Davidic Covenant||#15 Antichrist|
|#16 New Covenant I||#16 Dating Revelation|
|#17 New Covenant II|| |
|#18 Melchizedek|| |
This deck will help you to answer:
What kind of book is the Bible? How should one responsibly interpret it? What do people mean by biblical covenant canon? What was 'covenant' according to the people living in biblical times? What were the three covenant types found in the ancient world?What was God's first covenant made with mankind? What was the nature of the Noahic covenant? What do the Bible's seemingly dull genealogical records have to offer? What kind of covenant did God make with Abraham? Why did God tell Abraham to perform a child sacrifice? Why did God seem so vengeful in the Old Mosaic Covenant? What was the significance of the term 'son of David'? What makes the New Covenant so radically different? What is the purpose of the mysterious figure Melchizedek?
What is Eschatology really all about? What is meant by "end of the age" and "the last days"? What did Jesus mean by "Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not"? Will the elements really burn up in a fiery end-time destruction? What are the three different words for 'world' used in the Bible, and what did they originally mean? Did Jesus embarass himself when he prophesied that "this generation will not pass away before all these things take place"? What is meant by "nation shall rise against nation"? What did John's Revelation truly reveal? Is "the coming of the Son of Man" really about a giant figure suddenly appearing in the clouds to judge the earth? Who was Josephus and why is he so important to decoding apocalyptic prophecy? What did the Roman generals Vespasian and Titus have to do with the last days? Who (or what) in the world is the Antichrist? Was the book of Revelation written earlier or later than AD 70?
What is the key to transforming a culture or lifestyle? Why did Jesus have to come in the flesh? What does it mean that Jesus is the "Word of God"? What were the four Messianic miracles Jesus determined to perform? What in the world is Better Covenant Theology? How is the New Covenant so radically better than the Old? Is it really true that the New Covenant has only one rule? What is sin? What are the five realms a Christian typically encounters and progresses through?
The Bible, no longer obscured by medieval thinking, is becoming understood down to its roots. Churches, no longer paralyzed by authoritarian control or end-time fear, are releasing ambassadors with a vision to liberate and the power to actually do so. Covenant Cards exists to supply tools that help you fulfill your calling as a representative of Jesus and his New Covenant message: Study cards that teach volumes. Streetwear with a message. Posters that inspire.
Teaching the Bible presents a challenge: how to effectively communicate its great themes—especially when both student and teacher are still learning the native history, language and culture of the Scriptures?
One day, I had an idea for a fun, collectible deck of visual study cards designed to introduce students to these deep, historical roots. Before long, a Kickstarter happened. Then First Edition, Second Edition, and now an Expansion Deck. The rest is history, with new editions and expansions continuously being produced.
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