How did New Testament writers understand the period between a believer's "initiation" into faith and their "graduation" into death and resurrection? In this collection of essays, Talbert, Whitlark, Scott Hafemann, and others identify how the Gospels, the epistles, and Revelation comprehend postconversion conviction as "new covenant piety" where God's grace sustains the believer's earthly life in Christ. 320 pages, softcover from Eerdmans.
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