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God’s covenant with Noah was with all people; God’s covenant with Abraham just with Abraham’s family.
In Judaism, covenant is a way of affirming the importance of relationship as the ultimate value.
Unitarians and Universalists equally emphasized covenant as the primary organizing principle of their faith.
Traditional Christian theology sees only Jesus as fulfilling each of the covenants in the Hebrew Scriptures.
In Judaism, some covenants are just so broken as to be rendered null and void.
Unitarians were more interested in theological specificity than Universalists.