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Johannes Cocceius

Guests, Casey Carmichael   |   February 6,2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Dr. Casey Carmichael about his work producing the first English translation of "The Doctrine of the Covenant and Testament of God," by Johannes Cocceius; a work that helped shape Reformed theology for centuries.

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What is a Covenant?

Dr. Bryan D. Estelle explains what a covenant is in this new Westminster Answers video.

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The Trinity and The Covenant of Redemption - Part 2

Resident Faculty, J. V. Fesko   |   January 25,2016   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Dr. John Fesko about his new books on the Trinity & Covenant of Redemption. This is part 2 of a 2-part episode.

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Exodus 24:1-11

Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   March 21,2013   |   Old Testament, Exodus   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

Exodus 24 is a difficult passages that illustrates some of the difficulties inherent in interpreting the Mosaic Covenant.

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Covenant Theology Explored: Michael G. Brown and Zach Keele

On this special episode of Office Hours, R. Scott Clark will discuss with Michael Brown and Zach Keele, some of the important issues addressed in their new book, Sacred Bond: Covenant Theology Explored.

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Exodus 17:1-7

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   October 18,2012   |   Old Testament, Exodus   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The Law provided Israel a stable way of knowing whether Yahweh was with them or not.

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A History of Covenant Theology

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   February 27,2012   |  Type: Lecture Series

An analysis of the main outlines of covenant theology.

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Faculty Statement on Justification

Resident Faculty, WSC Faculty   |   October 5,2010   |  Type: Articles

The faculty of WSC issued this testimony to defend the Reformation doctrine of justification against those who would undermine it.

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What is Systematic Theology?

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   April 5,2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Michael Horton discusses his four-volume series exploring a covenantal approach to systematic theology in relation to a variety of contemporary questions in systematics.

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The Church and Israel

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   December 31,2008   |  Type: Articles

The promises made to Abraham are fulfilled in Christ and passed along to all those who belong to Christ by faith.

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Thy Kingdom Come

Resident Faculty, S. M. Baugh   |   February 12,2007   |  Type: Lecture Series

Dr. S. M. Baugh argues that in order to understand the Kingdom of God you must begin with the consummation.

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The History of Covenant Theology

Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   October 1,2006   |  Type: Articles

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.

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Covenant Theology: An Historiographical Briefing

Guests, J. Ligon Duncan   |   March 18,2004   |  Type: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

An introduction to the trends and main contributions in the historiography of covenant theology from the middle of the nineteenth century.

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Covenant Theology: The Meaning of the Death of Christ

Guests, J. Ligon Duncan   |   March 17,2004   |   New Testament, Romans   |  Type: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

An adequate understanding of the cross of Christ must be understood as covenantal and Trinitarian.

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Covenant Theology Under Pressure: Criticism, Modification and Response

Guests, J. Ligon Duncan   |   March 16,2004   |  Type: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

Covenant Theology has been a major way in which the Gospel message and redemptive history has been learned, articulated, and inculcated in the Church.

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