5 comments on “A.W. Pink on the Divine Covenants

  1. Pat is JOHN OWEN AND NEW COVENANT THEOLOGY:
    Owen on the Old and New Covenants and the Functions of the Decalogue in Redemptive History in Historical and Contemporary Perspective by Richard C. Barcellos

    http://www.rbtr.org/owensdecaloguebarcellos.pdf

    Representative of the Reformed Baptist view of the covenants and its relation to John Owen?

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  2. I haven’t read that article yet (Brandon Adams has, though). I believe it is concerned with comparing Owen’s view of the Mosaic & New Covenants with the perspective of New Covenant Theologians who (according to Barcellos) misread Owen as being in agreement with them on the place of the Decalogue in this age.

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  3. So what do I read, just Owen’s Works, Vol 22? Is there any standard reformed baptist agreement on a certain section of it, or what?

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  4. I’d recommend checking out Covenant Theology: From Adam to Christ, a compilation of Nehemiah Coxe & John Owen. You can find it here: http://www.shop.rbap.net/product.sc;jsessionid=31DB9EB4FEF528F56D41CFDAAB63EF63.qscstrfrnt01?productId=2&categoryId=1

    Coxe was writing about his view of the covenants, and completed it through Abraham. Then Owen published his Hebrews Commentary, and Coxe liked his work on chapter 8 so much that he pointed his readers there for an understanding of how the Mosaic Covenant relates to the New.
    I’m in the middle of reading this, myself.

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