The team welcomes founding member Drew Mery back as they continue their series "A Pattern of Sound Words" with Baptist catechism question number 15. Subscribe to our podcast! Show Notes: You can purchase the 1689 London Baptist Confession along with the catechism here
Lance and Dale interview Brandon Adams on the topic of Theonomy. Subscribe to our podcast! Show Notes: Brandon's articles on Theonomy on his blog contrast2.wordpress.com: 1689 Federalism and Theonomy Various Articles on Reformed Libertarian: General Equity Review of Joel McDurmon's book JD Hall and Joel McDurmon Theonomy Debate Analysis Combating the Theonomist Trap
By Brandon Adams, first published here Recently, someone asked “If the Davidic Covenant was indeed one of works, where do the ‘sure mercies of David’ fit in, which were unconditional?” It’s a great question, and not the easiest one to answer. The Davidic Covenant is not discussed very much in 17th century particular baptist works. Samuel... Continue Reading →
Dale and Drew joined Justin and Brandon on Two Thieves Podcast to discuss 1689 Federalism (aka, Baptist Covenant Theology). Subscribe to our podcast!
Drew and Dale are pleased to have as their guest on this episode, Brandon Adams, who is well-recognized in Reformed Baptist circles for his research and writings on Baptist Covenant Theology (BCT). The following links will take you to articles he has written that go deeper into the subject matter discussed in this episode. Also... Continue Reading →
"We can't truly understand the Scriptures if we don't understand the covenants God made with his people... The covenants are the backbone of the storyline of the Bible; they help us to unfold the biblical narrative... We can't grasp how the Scriptures fit together if we lack clarity about the covenants God made with his people."... Continue Reading →
In this episode, Drew and Dale look at Hebrews 3:1-6, discussing the glory of Christ as the Son of God and as the Prophet, Priest, and King of his people, his brethren. They also discuss the continuity of the Church, the house or people of God, under the Old and New Covenants. Subscribe to... Continue Reading →
"Since biblical history occurs entirely within these [biblical] covenants, it is imperative to understand their nature and their role in order to correctly interpret the Scriptures. Consequently, covenant theology provides a context which allows for an understanding of the global structure of the plan of redemption by making the distinction between the parts and the... Continue Reading →