Puritan Board Post-Graduate
In section V on Packer's introduction to Witsius' [i:3fc253a5a4]Economy of the Covenants[/i:3fc253a5a4], he speaks of "a biblical-theological, redemptive-historical perspective for presenting covenant theology (three periods -- the covenant of works, made with Adam; the covenant of grace, made with and through Moses; the new covenant, made through Christ)." Is it just me, or is this unbiblically splitting the covenant of grace (and wrongly asserting that it was made with Moses)? Am I misunderstanding Packer? I hope so.