That Christians should call the second part of their Bible the New Testament is not disputed. What is debatable is what exactly is new in the New Testament.
All Things New seeks to address this issue in an interesting way. By rigorously analyzing the twelve things that are called “new” in the New Testament, the author helps us understand better the theological message and uniqueness of the New Testament. Studying such themes as the new covenant, the new creation, and the new man yields rich results. All Things New also sets out a practical newness that is now at work in the Christ (freedom in Christ, life in the Spirit, and warfare against the flesh).