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The Doctrine of the Covenant in Reformed Theology - Geerhardus Vos

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"To what, then, does one attribute the fact that from the beginning this concept of the covenant appears so much in the foreground of Reformed theology? There must be something in its starting-point by which it feels itself drawn to this idea. Let us now in succession take a look at (1) the covenant of works, (2) the covenant of redemption, and (3) the covenant of grace."


Doctrine of the Covenant is a brief essay in which Geerhardus Vos details the historical development of covenant theology, and provides a positive case for the Reformed view. This essay provides an accessible, short order explanation of the covenants, giving readers a key biblical hermeneutic for understanding the breadth of biblical history, and its cohesion via the covenants.

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