New Testament after Supersessionism

The New Testament after Supersessionism (NTAS) is a series that presents post-supersessionist interpretations of the New Testament. By post-supersessionism, we mean "a family of theological perspectives that affirms God's irrevocable covenant with the Jewish people as a central and coherent part of ecclesial teaching. It rejects understandings of the new covenant that entail the abrogation or obsolescence of God's covenant with the Jewish people, of the Torah as a demarcator of Jewish communal identity, or of the Jewish people themselves" (spostst.org). Although the field of New Testament studies has made significant strides in this direction in recent years, the volumes in this series, written by Jewish and gentile believers in Jesus, seek to advance the conversation by offering post-supersessionist readings of the New Testament that address the question of ongoing Jewish particularity, and the relationship of interdependence and mutual blessing between Jew and gentile in Messiah.

Series editors: J. Brian Tucker, David Rudolph, Justin Hardin

Books

Forthcoming

forthcoming Runesson, Anders Reading Matthew After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Hillel, Vered Reading Mark After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Kinzer, Mark S.; Rudolph, David J. Reading Luke-Acts After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Tucker, J. Brian Reading Romans After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Lim, Kar Yong Reading 1 Corinthians After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Waddell, James A. Reading 2 Corinthians After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Hardin, Justin K. Reading Galatians After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Moffitt, David M. Reading Hebrews After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Liebengood, Kelly D. Reading 1 Peter After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism
forthcoming Korner, Ralph J. Reading Revelation After Supersessionism New Testament after Supersessionism