Herman Bavinck on the New Testament church’s emancipation from Judaism

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For the church to be able to proclaim this Gospel in all its richness and freedom, it was necessary for the church to distantiate herself from Judaism. A Gospel so rich created a people of God that could no longer be contained within the boundaries of one nation and country.

In the death of Christ all that which is typical and prophetic, priest and sacrifice, law and shadow, even Israel herself finds its fulfilment. The cross of Christ reconciles all things — God and humanity, heaven and earth, Jew and Gentile, Barbarian and Scythian, man and woman, slave and free. ...

For more, see Herman Bavinck on the New Testament church’s emancipation from Judaism.
 
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