(PRWEB) February 22, 2017
“The New Covenant”: an engrossing and studied assessment of the New Testament record and the doctrine of Jesus Christ. “The New Covenant” is the creation of published author, James Shipman, distinguished United States veteran with numerous degrees, including a master’s degree in sacred literature.
Dr. Shipman shares that this work is the product of many years of study and contemplation. He says, “For many years, I have had a prevailing desire to write a book on a complete study of the doctrine of Jesus Christ and state our Lord’s doctrine in the most chronological, most practical, and simplest terms.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, James Shipman’s new book discusses how Christians can never know all that Jesus came to teach and to do, but they can know what He has left them of His Doctrine in the New Testament record. And this is what Christians wish to express in a complete study of His teachings. For six years—through an educational endeavor with Liberty University and Dr. Harold Wilmington’s Distant Learning Program on Bible, Dr. George Fall’s master’s program at Summit Theological Seminary on theology, and finally Master’s International School of Divinity’s doctoral program of practical theology—James has decided it is time to write his own documentation, profile, and dissertation on the doctrine of Jesus Christ.
It is now the author’s firm faith and confidence to follow a profile of every verse of the Scripture in the New Testament record with a conviction to document and profile these scriptures and commensurate Jesus’s personal teachings with those of the apostles and other New Testament writers, thus producing a complete dissertation on the doctrine of Jesus Christ.
View a synopsis of “The New Covenant” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “The New Covenant” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “The New Covenant,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.