In the Old Testament, the concept of kinsman redeemer provided for preservation of family and family honor. As the closest male relative, the kinsman redeemer would give of himself and his resources to restore a related family to wholeness.
In the New Testament, Christ fulfilled the role of kinsman redeemer to humanity. He gave of Himself to preserve those in the human family who would receive His redemption from sin, thus, restoring them to fellowship with God, to wholeness of being, and to eternal life.
In this book, learn the Old Testament kinsman redeemer's: