When we hear that something is “new and improved,” we would do well to ask hard questions and exercise discernment.  Especially when considering theological truth.   In the midst of Jeremiah’s Book of Consolation in Jeremiah 31:31-34, God promises a New Covenant – a promise formative in the history and theology of the Church.    But just what is ‘new’ about the New Covenant?   How ‘new’ is it?  And why was something ‘new’ needed?    Listen to “What’s New About the New Covenant,” as we examine Jeremiah 31:31-40 and consider what is ‘new’ about the New Covenant and why it matters.

“What So New About the New Covenant,” Jeremiah 31:31-40