“2,000 Years!”

  As I began my study into Covenant Theology, I was often reminded of the “2,000 years” argument from my P&R brethren. Some background... Upon leaving the Marine Corps in 2012, I soon found myself sitting in a classroom at a liberal Christian University, and a pastor at a seeker-sensitive church in Southern California. After …

“God’s Foreknowledge Cannot Mean Foreseeing.”

  Vos, commenting on Romans 8:28-29 says: “Now one may wonder whether anything still remains of this beautiful argument and this natural tie, if one is forced to give “foreknowledge” the meaning of “foreseeing.” Then everything becomes unintelligible and artificial. The divine act that stands at the beginning of the entire sequence then becomes something …

R.Scott Clark, The Reformed Confession(s), and The Time Machine Test…

Dr. Matthew Bingham, who is a pastor and a current professor at Oak Hill College in London, gave a tremendous presentation this morning at the Renewing the Present With Help From the Past Conference that took place in London. The conference is sponsored by the new Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies (IRBS) Theological Seminary that’s …

The Covenant Theology of Nehemiah Coxe p.3…

  In chapter 7 of From Shadow to Substance, Dr. Renihan points out an important distinction in the covenant theology of Nehemiah Coxe. Concerning Nehemiah Coxes’ book (A Discourse of the Covenants) much is dedicated to the Abrahamic Covenant. More specifically, the dealings with Abraham's natural offspring within this covenant, the sealing of the covenant of circumcision in …

The Covenant Theology of Nehemiah Coxe Cont…

In chapter 7 of From Shadow to Substance, Samuel Renihan provides us with the Covenant Theology of 17th Century Particular Baptist Nehemiah Coxe. Coxe, like many Particular Baptists before him, seen Gods dealings with Abraham differently than that of his Paedobaptist brethren. Coxe seen in Genesis 12 the Covenant of Grace being revealed to Abraham just as …