Van Mastricht, Petrus
When the Lord becomes our God and we become his people we are in covenant with each other. Covenant theology is the study of God’s unchanging purpose to secure a people to Himself for His Son. It’s a redeeming purpose that unfolds throughout Divine revelation and redemptive history from the eternal, intra-Trinitarian counsel of the Godhead to its historical consummation in the New Heavens and the New Earth. God to Us explains the purpose and work of the covenant in detail so our knowledge of God may deepen, our relationship with Him become richer as we grow into living as His people.
Table of Contents:
1. Covenant Theology?
2. History of Covenant Theology
3. The Covenant of Works
4. The Counsel of Peace
5. The Covenant of Grace
6. The Covenant of Grace Announced
7. The Noahic Covenant
8. The Abrahamic Covenant
9. The Mosaic Covenant
10. The Mosaic Covenant in the New Testament
11. The Davidic Covenant
12. The New Covenant
13. Covenant Theology in the New Testament
14. Covenant Theology and the Church
Stephen G. Myers (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is associate professor of historical theology for the PhD program at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.