Updates at a Puritan's Mind - Covenant Theology

Discussion in 'A Puritan's Mind Updates' started by C. Matthew McMahon, May 1, 2004.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. C. Matthew McMahon

    C. Matthew McMahon Christian Preacher

    I just updated A Puritan's Mind with the following articles and information:

    Covenant Concepts in Francis Turretin's Institutes of Elenctic Theology
    by C. Matthew McMahon
    (This will be a very helpful work for those struggling with making identifications in the Covenant of Grace and how that covenant should be divided into time periods: Eternity, in the OT and at the incarnation.)
    http://www.apuritansmind.com/Baptism/McMahonCovenantConceptsTurretin.htm

    A Summary of Witsius' Economy of the Covenants Between God and Man
    by C. Matthew McMahon
    (It does not get much more helpful than this - a short guide to Witsius, and it is hyperlinked!)
    http://www.apuritansmind.com/Baptism/McMahonSummaryWitsiusEconomy.htm

    Avoiding Bad Theology: A Book overview and short critique of Herman Hanko's God's Everlasting Covenant of Grace
    by C. Matthew McMahon
    (A Book you should avoid)
    http://www.apuritansmind.com/BookReviews/Sourpuss/HankoHermanEverlastingCovenant.htm

    An Overview of O. Palmer Robertson's Book, The Christ of the Covenants
    by C. Matthew McMahon
    (A helpful book overview)
    http://www.apuritansmind.com/Baptism/McMahonOverviewRobertsonsBookChrist.htm

    A Long Overview of Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion
    by C. Matthew McMahon
    (If you are fearful of reading Calvin's magnum opus, then this summary may be for you. It runs about 100 pages, and it is hyperlinked as well!)
    http://www.apuritansmind.com/Reformation/McMahonLongerOverviewCalvinsInstitutes.htm
     
  2. JWJ

    JWJ Puritan Board Freshman

    Excellent Matthew!! I really liked your piece on Hanko's book as it hit home to me personally. You see I read his book a couple of years ago and really becamed confused and one sided.

    However, praise be to God, I read Witsius last fall and finally began to really understand covenant theology.

    Thanks again Matthew for all your work and help in the Lord.

    Jim
     
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page