What is the significance to the multiple covenants to the Jewish tradition?
The major covenants in Jewish scriptures are God's covenant with Noah (Gen. 9:8-17), Abraham (Genesis 15), and the Sinai/Moses covenant between God and Israel (Exodus 19-24). In Judaism covenant refers to the eternal bond between God and the people of Israel grounded in God's ...
The solution discusses the significance of the multiple covenants to the Jewish religion. It also includes direct references to the old testament.