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Introducing Covenant Theology by Michael Horton

Title Introducing Covenant Theology
Author Michael Horton
Publisher Baker Books
Release 2009-04-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 208
ISBN 080107195X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Unwinds the intricacies of covenant theology, making the complex surprisingly simple and accessible to every reader. Now available in paperback.

Covenant Theology by Nehemiah Coxe

Title Covenant Theology
Author Nehemiah Coxe
Publisher Reformed Baptist Academic PressInc
Release 2005-10-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 388
ISBN 9780976003939
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book is a reprint of two seventeenth century theologians, Nehemiah Coxe (Adam-Abraham) and John Owen (Mosaic-New). Coxe says, "That notion (which is often supposed in this discourse) that the old covenant and the new differ in substance and not only in the manner of their administration, certainly requires a larger and more particular handling ... I designed to give a further account of it. But I found my labor for the clearing and asserting of that point happily prevented by the coming out of Dr. Owen's third volume on Hebrews." Owen said, "No man was ever saved but by virtue of the new covenant, and the mediation of Christ in that respect."--1689 Federalism.

Title A Simple Overview of Covenant Theology
Author C. Matthew McMahon
Publisher Puritan Publications
Release 2005-09-15
Category Religion
Total Pages 150
ISBN 1257136356
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Covenant Theology systematizes the biblical information concerning the manner in which God saves sinners through Jesus Christ. It places the Bible into a covenantal framework that makes biblical sense. The Bible speaks of salvation in terms of “covenant.” God is a covenant God who saves His people through covenants. The three main theological covenants of the Bible are the Covenant of Redemption, the Covenant of Works and the Covenant of Grace. These are theological terms that are packed with biblical information dealing with the way God saves sinners. When someone asks, “How does God save people?” the answer lies within the framework of Covenant Theology. So, it is the intention of this work to unpack those terms and make the information in them accessible to the reader in a clear, accurate and biblically helpful manner that serves as an introduction to these theologically rich ideas. After this simple overview, his newly published work “Covenant Theology Made Easy” is the next book to read.

Title The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology
Author Pascal Denault
Publisher
Release 2013-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 188
ISBN 9781599253251
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Pascal Denault's careful labors over the theological texts of both Baptist and Pedobaptists of the seventeenth century have yielded an excellent study of the relation of baptism to a commonly shared covenantalism. At the same time he has shown that a distinct baptistic interpretation of the substance of the New Covenant, that is, all its conditions having been met in the work of Christ its Mediator resulting in an unconditional application of it to its recipients, formed the most basic difference between the two groups. His careful work on the seventeenth-century documents has yielded a strong, Bible-centered, covenantal defense of believers' baptism and is worthy of a dominant place in the contemporary discussions of both covenantalism and baptism. -Thomas J. Nettles, Ph.D.

Title Covenant Theology and Justification by Faith
Author Jeong Koo Jeon
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release 2006-05-23
Category Religion
Total Pages 128
ISBN 159752588X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This study explores the Shepherd Controversy (1975-1982) and the contemporary debate on covenant and justification by faith from the perspectives of historical, systematic, and biblical theology. The distinctive contribution lies in the identification that the Shepherd Controversy as a logical outcome of rejecting the distinction between Law and Gospel at Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia. The larger problem is that Norman Shepherd and other associated theologians reject the distinction between Law and Gospel, injecting their monocovenantalism into the theologies of Calvin, the Westminster Standards, and Murray. The result has been hermeneutical and theological confusion among some of the followers of the Union with Christ School scholars. Reformed theonomists (led by Greg Bahnsen), Auburn Avenue theologians, and pastors are also monocovenantalists and have been influenced by the Union with Christ School scholars directly and indirectly. Their common denominator is the rejection of the distinction between Law and Gospel in their analysis and understanding of covenant and justification by faith. Having been influenced by the Union with Christ School scholars at Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia, some scholars began to adopt the hermeneutics and theology of the New Perspective on Paul, which is anti-Reformational and anti-Pauline. The adaptation of the New Perspective on Paul among some of the followers of the Union with Christ School is a logical step because both of them reject the distinction between Law and Gospel, which was a key hermeneutical and theological tool during the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation against the background of the medieval legalistic religion.

Covenant Theology by Guy Prentiss Waters

Title Covenant Theology
Author Guy Prentiss Waters
Publisher Crossway Books
Release 2020
Category Religion
Total Pages 608
ISBN 9781433560033
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book explores the biblical covenants and how they form the structure of the Bible and inform the Christian life. Featuring contributions from twenty-seven scholars, this monumental work in reformed scholarship is biblically grounded, systematically conveyed, and historically connected.

Covenant Theology by Phillip D. R. Griffiths

Title Covenant Theology
Author Phillip D. R. Griffiths
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release 2016-06-10
Category Religion
Total Pages 214
ISBN 1498234828
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

God has always dealt with his people through the covenant, yet covenant theology from a Baptist perspective is a teaching that is all too often neglected. Many Baptists don't know why they are Baptist. If questioned they are most likely to respond by alluding to the mode of baptism rather than its underlying theology. This book is easily accessible, providing the reader with a clear understanding of the historical Baptist position. The work points out the errors inherent in the Reformed paedobaptist paradigm, and seeks to show that the only covenant of grace is the new covenant in Christ.

Covenantal Dispensationalism by Matthew Stamper

Title Covenantal Dispensationalism
Author Matthew Stamper
Publisher WestBow Press
Release 2010-03-23
Category Religion
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1449701132
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Covenantal Dispensationalism reviews the history and development of Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism, along the way highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of each hermeneutical system. This work illustrates how the two sides have grown apart, and seeks to reconcile the two by appealing to common theological concepts the two schools share, as well as providing critique where one side has better evidence for a particular point of doctrine.

Covenant Theology by Mark J. Cartledge

Title Covenant Theology
Author Mark J. Cartledge
Publisher Paternoster Publishing
Release 2001
Category Religion
Total Pages 128
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Covenant Theology brings together a number of perspectives on this important feature of Christian tradition from across the theological discipline. Based on four lectures delivered at the University of Liverpool, each address is followed by a response, allowing respected scholars of the field to engage in lively and public debate. The progression from Old Testament to New Testament, then to systematic theology and pastoral theology is intentional, as readers are encouraged to view theology as an integrative discipline rather than a series of fragmented specialisms with little or no relation to one another. With contributions from Stephen Clark, James Dunn, Gary Badcock, and Robin Gill, this academic book combines fresh insights with more traditional approaches and makes for an informed and interesting read. · Lively public debate from key scholars responding to each point. · Discussions from the full length of the Bible. · Practical in its application. · Wide view of theological debate. · Links theology to other disciplines. · Encourages everyone to join the debate

Covenant Theology by Jeong Koo Jeon

Title Covenant Theology
Author Jeong Koo Jeon
Publisher University Press of America
Release 2004
Category Religion
Total Pages 374
ISBN 9780761830627
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In Covenant Theology, author Jeong Koo Jeon makes a much-needed contribution to 21st century biblical and systematic theology. He explores the debate between John Murray and Meredith G. Kline, placing their ideas in the larger context of Biblical studies that have had a direct influence on Reformed theology and evangelicalism. Although the theologies of Murray and Kline contain significant differences, they both maintain a distinction between a covenant of creation and a covenant of grace. In addition, they both advocate a fundamental antithesis between law and gospel, giving a priority to law over gospel in the temporal and logical order of divine works. Jeon sees these distinctions as hermeneutic tools that are essential for better understanding of biblical revelation as well as faith, grace, and atonement.