Category Archives: Covenant Theology

Presbyterians and Household Baptisms

Having recently listened to a debate on infant baptism between James White and Gregg Strawbridge, I was revived in my frustration with Reformed theologians who continue to appeal the examples of household baptisms in defense of paedobaptism. When I was … Continue reading

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Covenants and Biblical Theology (Part 3)

Why is Genesis 1-3 in the Bible? What will the reader of Scripture not understand without these three chapters? The answer is: Creation and Fall, which comprises two-fourths of the Bible’s plot line (Creation-Fall-Redemption-New Creation). These chapters are essential to … Continue reading

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Covenants and Biblical Theology (Part 2)

Discussion Resumed In my last post I sought to make the argument that God made a covenant with creation, which included man as made in the image of God. As soon as Scripture presents man made in the image of … Continue reading

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