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Reviewed by Sarah Stuart for Readers' Favorite
The Kingdom and the Covenant: The Covenant Kingdom by Ricardo C. Taylor contains a new and intriguing theory. It challenges Christians to read the Bible in two very different ways. The first is the chronological order in as far as the four gospels and the following books permit. Matthew is the basis of the three synoptic gospels, Matthew, Mark, and Luke: John is accepted as being independent. All of them agree that Jesus Christ is the son of God who gave His life so that we might be saved. The second method of reading takes the view that the accepted meaning of eschatology – that it describes a future event – has devalued it. The Kingdom and the Covenant, meticulously referenced, seeks to show the truth of eschatology.
As a practicing, confirmed, Christian, I read The Kingdom and the Covenant with enormous interest! Ricardo C. Taylor has expressed a view that explained what, to me, has always been a mystery nibbling rapaciously at my faith. That is Jesus Christ’s cry from the cross – “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” A problem directly caused by my own passion for chronological order. That is far from the only point that will fascinate and comfort Christians worldwide. The author boldly tackles subjects as diverse as Old Testament prophecies and the Covid19 pandemic. The Kingdom and the Covenant, with its clever “two sides of the same coin” cover, is a must-have book to be read and reread.