FREE eBook: The New Covenant (Expanded Version)

Hello everyone!

Before 2020 ended, I published my free eBook, The Shocking Biblical Truth About the New Covenant. However, I mentioned to you that it’s a work in progress.

I’m excited to announce that I finally finished all the chapters. So, it was originally just six chapters, but now it was expanded to 24 chapters!

So, I highly recommend you check it out.

Here’s the full list of all the chapters:

IntroductionWrong Teachings About the New Covenant
Chapter 1What are the Covenants in the Bible?
Chapter 2What is the Old Covenant in the Bible?
Chapter 3What is the New Covenant in the Bible?
Chapter 4Does the New Covenant Abolish God’s Law?
Chapter 5What did Jesus teach about the Law of God?
Chapter 6What did the Apostles teach About the Law of God?
Chapter 7How Jesus Became the High Priest of the New Covenant
Chapter 8What Does the Book of Galatians Teach About the New Covenant?
Chapter 9What is the curse of the law in Galatians 3:10-13?
Chapter 10 Does Ephesians 2:8-9 teach that we don’t need to have good works to get saved?
Chapter 11Does Ephesians 2:14-16 abolish God’s Law?
Chapter 12What does Romans 10:4 mean when it says, “Christ is the end of the law?”
Chapter 13What Was REALLY Nailed To The Cross?
Chapter 14Did the Acts 15 Jerusalem Conference free us from keeping God’s law?
Chapter 15What is the Difference Between Justification and Righteousness in the Bible?
Chapter 16Saved by Faith or Works? Did James and Paul Contradict?
Chapter 17Romans 6:14: What does not under law but under grace mean?
Chapter 18What is Legalism and how does it relate to God’s laws?
Chapter 19The Role of the Holy Spirit in the New Covenant
Chapter 20Did the Law of God Exist Before the Old Covenant?
Chapter 21Where are the Ten Commandments in the New Testament?
Chapter 22What is Legalism and how does it relate to God’s laws?
Final WordsSubmitting yourself to the will of God

⚡⚡⚡ If you wish to get a PDF copy of The Shocking Biblical Truth About the New Covenant, just send me an email to and I’ll send you a FREE copy. 🙂

Here are some of the lessons you’ll learn from the book:

  • The difference between the New Covenant and the Old Covenant
  • What it means to be under grace and not under the law
  • How Jesus Christ (Yahshua) fulfilled the law
  • What the greatest misconception of most Christians about the New Covenant
  • How the New Covenant actually established God’s law and not abolished it
  • and so many more!

With this in mind, don’t miss this golden opportunity to learn more about the New Covenant.

I hope you don’t ignore this because the right understanding of this important teaching dramatically affects your relationship with our Heavenly Father.


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6 thoughts on “FREE eBook: The New Covenant (Expanded Version)

  1. Dear Joshua,

    It is quite striking that you have written a book on the New Covenant. One might say, you have courage, as I personally know seasoned and well-experienced theologians who because they wisely recognize the magnitude and necessary wisdom of such an endeavor have never attempted such a feat.

    What is perhaps the most striking characteristic of God? I mean, He is God, right? Is it that striking that He is omnipotent? He is God. I expect Him to be. Is it that striking that He is omniscient? Not really. He is God. Those comments are not motivated from a heart of dishonor to our Maker and Savior. I just simply expect those characteristics from the greatest Being in the universe.

    What I do not expect from that all-powerful, all-knowing Being is that when Jesus came to earth, Paul says in Philippians 2 that He humbled Himself. The God who is all-knowing, omniscient God humbled Himself by submitting Himself to the arguments and decisions of men. Does that not strike you as somewhat odd for the greatest Being in the universe? If He truly is God, truly all-knowing, then why not just show up as a powerful, knowledgeable teacher to tell others the truth? Yet Jesus often listened, and then humbled Himself by using men’s logical arguments to reason with stubborn humanity. That to me is more than striking. In other words, even with His supreme power and the reality of being all-knowing, He humbled Himself to listen to wicked men. John tells us He knew the hearts of men (John 2:25). Yet, in His humility, He “considered others better than Himself.”

    How did He consider others better than Himself? Did He not ask sinful, wicked men questions? Do we not see this Godly characteristic even in the Garden of Eden when Adam and Eve sinned? Rather than accuse them, did He not ask, Where are you? And then follow that up with more questions?

    God’s word, indeed Jesus Himself, tells us as men with limited knowledge that we will give an account to Him for every careless word (Matt. 12:36 ESV). What does careless mean? Teachers, James writes, will be held to a higher judgment by God. Who is the person whom God looks upon (Isa. 66:2)?

    So, how much “care” did you take in writing your book on the New Covenant? For God to write His Word, it took much patience – more than 1,500 years. How patient and careful were you? Did you get away on a quiet retreat of prayer and fasting (Isa. 30:15) with God to humble yourself? Then afterward, did you humbly submit your research, your assumptions and conclusions to have it questioned and critiqued? Peers who have studied for decades and know much more than you? Do have a seminary degree? If you are pulling your material from Protestant authors and commentators, why would you not submit your ideas, thoughts, and opinions to an educational degree from an institution so to learn from them? Wasn’t Jesus considered a Rabbi? What human and Jewish training was required to be a Rabbi? Even the critics of Jesus considered Him a Rabbi, or teacher. Why?

    Paul tells Timothy that he as a leader is to make “every effort” to show himself approved to God (2 Tim 2:15)? Would that not mean humbling yourself before men like Jesus did by esteeming them better than yourself? Or do you really have God’s gift of truth to men? That would be rather arrogant to claim now, wouldn’t it? Since truth is by nature exclusive, how does one avoid the natural inference of being arrogant? How did Jesus handle that problem?

    Jesus gave a serious warning to those who would make those of simple faith stumble and err, sin, and miss the mark, it would be better that a millstone were hung around their neck and they be cast into the midst of the sea (Luke 17:1-2).

    That is sobering and humbling. I hope it is to you.


    On Mon, Jan 18, 2021, 3:01 PM Becoming Christians wrote:

    > joshuainfantado posted: ” Hello everyone! Before 2020 ended, I published > my free eBook, The Shocking Biblical Truth About the New Covenant. However, > I mentioned to you that it’s a work in progress. I’m excited to announce > that I finally finished all the chapters. So, it was” >

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    • Hi Mark!

      Thank you for your comment. You’re right, we must handle God’s word with much carefulness. In fact, God said that He looks on someone who trembles at His word.

      Learning is a life-long process. The truth is that the new book is based on the teachings of various churches of God. I didn’t create it out of the blue, but rather I based it on various literature and publications by church groups who share the same belief as I have.

      The things I wrote on the new book that I published is something I have believed since I was a child. What I did was I just compiled them and wrote them in one book.

      I appreciate your comment, but rest assured, I did my best to write truths that I believe I can prove and defend.



      • Joshua wrote: “I based it on various literature and publications by church groups who share the same belief as I have.”

        Thanks for your honesty, Joshua. Writing as you have described above leads one to “group-think” a serious issue in the churches of God whom claim exclusivity to God’s truth from all other Jesus followers. I would highly recommend churches of God follow the example of Jesus. Nothing wrong with claims of exclusivity because truth implies exclusivity. Yet, COG doctrine has been found extremely lacking when held up to the truth of God’s word and better interpretative principles. Systematic interpretative principles do not exist in COG’s except to ask does it line up with Herbert Armstrong’s or WCG’s previous doctrines and teachings. Many of the progressive COG’S realize those former teachings are lacking. I would add, many are based on an eclectic compilation of various denominational doctrines.

        I wish you the best in your search for truth.


      • Thanks for your reply, Mark! I appreciate your comment.

        I’ve been with the Church of God since 2004. From there, I have learned a lot of things and some of them are not even taught in most COGs today. However, so far, from what I learn, I don’t see any error in the New Covenant teaching of COG. If you can point it out to me, I’ll be more than happy to study them further. But for now, I’ll stick to what I know is right and truth based on God’s word. You can always send me a message to to discuss further. 🙂


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