Although John Owen wasn’t a Particular Baptist (or a Baptist at all, for that matter), the 17th century Particular Baptists drew heavily from his work in covenant theology in expressing their own views. Here is a portion from Owen’s commentary on Hebrews, recommended by Particular Baptist Nehemiah Coxe (most likely editor of the 1689 Second London Confession of Faith), provided by Reformed Baptist Fellowship.
via The Covenant of Grace fully revealed in the New Covenant [Reformed Baptist Fellowship] | The Confessing Baptist.
Was the Abrahamic covenant of circumcision a covenant of grace, works, or both? Whatever it was, it wasn’t the covenant of grace, the new covenant.
The Old Covenant of Works and the New Covenant of Grace – Edward Hutchinson | The Confessing Baptist.
In the latest post from Sam Renihan at Particular Voices, an anonymous Particular Baptist borrows one of John Owen’s arguments to show how the new covenant is distinct from the old.
The Faulty Covenant and the Better Covenant – Particular Voices | The Confessing Baptist.