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Covenant Theology and the Nation in Exile

Camden Bucey introduced Lamentations, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah to the women’s bible study at Bethel OPC in Wheaton, Illinois. In that lesson, he detailed the basic covenantal structure of the Bible in order to provide a paradigm and context for understanding the minor prophets, particularly the people’s experience after the nation had been exiled.

This is a supplemental lesson designed to explain the national aspects of God’s covenant with Israel and the way those relate to individuals within the covenant community who look to Christ in faith even after exile.

Camden’s 12-week study on Lamentations, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah was published in Crossway’s Knowing the Bible Series.


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