• The Mystery of Christ, His Covenant, & His Kingdom

  • By: Samuel Renihan
  • Narrated by: Andrew Baldwin
  • Length: 8 hrs and 12 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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What is this book good for? It establishes a clear linear understanding of biblical text in its purpose of driving the listener to see how faithfully God executes His purpose in creation. The covenantal framework from Adam to Christ, and from creation to consummation, is a most apt way of seeing the flow of the entire biblical text. One is lifted in the journey and is able to see the entire scope of Divine Providence work out the divine decree from generation to generation, book to book, event to event, person to person.

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A helpful explanation of Baptist covenant theology

This book is primarily focused on the positive arguments arguments for Baptist covenant theology. This this does not give the distinctions between Baptist and Presbyterian government theology, but Is an easy listen. I recommend this audiobook.