This essay examines the major themes of covenant, kingship, grace, sacrifice, and prophetism that reoccur throughout the Old Testament and contribute to a proper understanding of the ancient biblical text. Through covenant, God reveals his divine nature and relates to his people. Through kingship, God reveals his plan for Israel. Through grace, God loves his chosen people and shows them mercy, and through sacrifice, God cleanses and sanctifies the Israelites. Finally, through prophetism, God discloses his divine calling for the Israelites. Each of these themes exposes God’s self-revelation and contributes to an enhanced understanding of the Old Testament.
Scott, Rickie S.
"Covenant, Kingship, Grace, Sacrifice, and Prophetism in the Old Testament,"
Liberty University Digital Commons. Web. [xx Month xxxx].
Scott, Rickie S. (2015) "Covenant, Kingship, Grace, Sacrifice, and Prophetism in the Old Testament" The Kabod 2( 1 (2015)), Article 5. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/kabod/vol2/iss1/5
Scott, Rickie S. "Covenant, Kingship, Grace, Sacrifice, and Prophetism in the Old Testament" The Kabod 2 , no. 1 2015 (2015) Accessed [Month x, xxxx]. Liberty University Digital Commons.