What Theological Habit is the New Testament Trying to Example?

So here’s a technical sentence that I think exhibits what the New Testament writers are trying to do:

Incorporate and preserve Old Testament theology (wise lessons learned on life from Israel’s heritage) into a New Testament framework (that is, include Christ) for application into a present eschatological/new creation (the end is now being made new by Christ in you) set of categories to apply into our own futures and habits of life (categories include love, Gospel, trinity, atonement etc).

Does that make sense? Or is that too wordy? If it makes sense express your thoughts on it in the comments section below. Be bless.

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