The Covenant with Abraham is the Covenant made between God and Abraham, promising that Abraham would be a Great Nation, and that his descendants would be a blessing to the whole world. It is understood that the descendants of Abraham according to this covenant consist not only of Abraham's descendants by blood (although God does make clear that the covenant would be established through a specific physical genealogy, from Abraham, through Isaac, through David, to Jesus). This covenant is fulfilled by Jesus, who is the blessing to all nations, and by means of belief in whom we all are able to become sons of Abraham through the covenant. All believers who are "in Christ" -- in the New Covenant -- (see Romans 9:1-15) are considered to be adopted into the "seed" of Abraham. In this way, we join ourselves as citizens to that Great Nation, whereof Jesus is King, the very nation which Theonomy attempts to describe.
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