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The Christ of the Covenants by O. Palmer Robertson

In this important work, Dr. O. Palmer Robertson gives an in-depth introduction to covenant theology. Examining the covenantal structure of Scripture, Robertson looks at each of the major covenants between God and His people, exploring their biblical basis and their application today. In so doing, he shows us the remarkable unity of God’s Word in all its diversity and helps us develop a way of interpretation that is faithful to how the Bible itself shows how to read it. This book is highly recommended.

Covenants Made Simple by Jonty Rhodes

Those who are new to covenant theology sometimes find its main details difficult to grasp. This book helps cut through any confusion, presenting the chief aspects of covenant theology in an accessible format.

Christ and Covenant Theology by Cornelis P. Venema

This collection of essays looks at several debates related to covenant theology and assesses them in light of Scripture and the classic doctrine of the covenants. Issues addressed include infant baptism, infant salvation, the Mosaic covenant’s relationship to the covenant of works, and the Federal Vision theology.

What Is Reformed Theology? by R.C. Sproul

Dr. R.C. Sproul provides an overview of the core tenets of Reformed theology. Looking to Scripture and the history of theological reflection, Dr. Sproul shows that Reformed theology includes but is more than the five points of Calvinism. It is also covenantal, Apostolic, and faithful to the solas of the Reformation.

The Promises of God by R.C. Sproul

This book is a succinct introductory-level presentation of the biblical covenants and how they are developed over time and fulfilled finally in Jesus Christ.

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