Resources tagged: Covenant of Grace
Though he knew it would be ruined and marred, God brought everything into being to display His grace and mercy.
In Reformed theology, sacraments are not merely visible forms of God's invisible grace, they are rather signs and seals of the covenant of grace, thereby grounding them in God's historical dealings with his people.
Trusting in the Lord is at the heart of the life and experience of the Christian.
A proper understanding of the covenant of works and the covenant of grace is important for seeing the gospel in the Pentateuch.
While there has always been a theology of the covenants throughout church history, the Reformation recovery of the Gospel and the biblical distinction between grace and works made it possible for Reformed theology to construct a detailed and fruitful covenant theology.