covenant theology

  1. JS116

    Am I a Dispensationalist?..

    Hey guys! It's me again with more questions that need answers haha.Well I finally have submitted my application to the baptist church I was telling you about.For those of you who dont know they are 5 point calvinstic leaky Dispensationalists,mainly in exact agreement with John Macarthur.Although in a sense...
  2. Pilgrim

    A Presbyterian and a Reformed Baptist discuss baptism

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChxhbTM-wfU
  3. C

    Classical Covenant Theology vs Klinean Covenant Theology

    What are the overarching differences between classical reformed covenant theology (e.g., Witsius) and Klinean covenant theology? Perhaps I'm using the terms poorly and I know that not all will agree with pitting these two viewpoints, but I'm just wondering as I continue to try and make sense of...
  4. C. Matthew McMahon

    The Covenant of God - By Rev. Thomas Blake

    Blake's work is a master treatise on Covenant Theology. This is a tome of the highest caliber on a topic that is most needful to be understood by the Evangelical Church today – Covenant Theology and inclusion in the Covenant of God. Blake was one of the Westminster Divines. He wrote this work...
  5. C. Matthew McMahon

    Vindiciae Foederis, A Treatise of the Covenant of God with Mankind

    I've been working on a 700 page monster by Rev. Thomas Blake on covenant theology. We simply cannot have enough good CT books out there. It is a quintessential Westminster view and a really great work overall. It is finally "done". Vindiciae Foederis, A Treatise of the Covenant of God...
  6. johnbugay

    Discussion of Hahn's Dissertation on Covenant Theology

    At Jason Stellman's Blog, De Regnis Duobus, Jason is hosting a review and discussion of the published version of Scott Hahn's PhD dissertation, Kinship and Covenant, (recently published by Yale University Press). Jason is a WSC grad, pastor of Exile Presbyterian Church (PCA), and has been over...
  7. A

    A new hermeneutic?

    In my reading of the Reformers and the Puritans I am yet to find them explain that in the NT we find a New Israel being formed in Christ and a New Exodus etc, or that Israel recapitulated the sin of Adam etc, and that baptism casts us back to the Exodus and the Waters in Genesis 1 etc as...
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