Riddlebarger On The Difference Between Moses And Abraham

Unlike with the covenant of promise that God made with Abram, in this covenant of law, God did not swear the oath of ratification. Rather, the people of Israel did so. By swearing their obedience on oath, they would receive the promised blessings of the Mosaic covenant if they obeyed or the covenant curses if they disobeyed. The particular blessings and curses associated with this covenant were spelled out in Deuteronomy 27–30.

Kim Riddlebarger | A Case for Amillennialism: Understanding the End Times, Expanded Edition (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2013), 60.


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