When we accept Yeshua as our savior, what changes in our lives?
Paul informs us: "Therefore if anyone is in Messiah, he is new creation! the old things have passed away; behold, new things have come."
In this teaching, we will look at the creation theme found throughout Scripture and use it to show exactly what it means to be "new creation" and how this understanding should change the very core of who we are.
If you enjoy this teaching, please consider the full 4 hour course available on the Yeshiva: https://rooted-in-torah.com/courses/restoring-creation/
Recommended Reading list/bibliography:
- God and World in the Old Testament by Terence Freithem
- The Day the Revolution Began by NT Wright
- Paul: Fresh Perspectives by NT Wright
- God Dwells Among Us by G.K. Beale and Mitchell Kim
- Creation in the Old Testament edited by Bernhard Anderson
- "Creation, Righteousness, and Salvation" by H.H. Schmid (in the above book)
- New Creation in Paul's Letters by Ryan Jackson
- New Creation in Paul's Letters and Thoughts by Moyer Hubbard
- The Genesis Creation Account and Its Reverberations in the Old Testament edited by Gerald Klingbeil
- Creation vs. Chaos by Bernhard Anderson
- From Creation to New Creation by Bernhard Anderson
- God Who Creates edited by Brown and McBride
- The Seven Pillars of Creation by William Brown
- Christ and the New Creation by Matthew Emerson
- Creation and the Persistence of Evil by Jon Levenson
- Identity and Idolatry by Richard Lints
- Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament edited by G.K. Beale and D.A. Carson
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