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“Covenant Theology: A Reformed Baptist Perspective”

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OK, I know that we have been here before, but it seems that things are moving forward at last. I am assured that Greg Nichols’ book Covenant Theology: A Reformed Baptist Perspective (Solid Ground, 2010, 400 pages, hardback) will be published in October of this year, God willing. Ordering now direct from the publisher will get you a significant discount, especially if you order in bulk.

Derek Thomas had this to say in commendation:

Baptists who embrace their historic Calvinistic and Covenantal roots have long since needed a robust and comprehensive treatment of Covenant Theology that includes the nuanced interpretations of the biblical covenants that a baptistic hermeneutic requires. This treatment by Greg Nichols does just that and more. As a devotee of the Westminster tradition (including its chapter, ‘On God’s Covenant with Man’), I differ here and there; sometimes significantly so. But there is so much to applaud in this volume and Baptists will do well to read this volume carefully and with much gratitude. A splendid achievement. I, for one, will insist that my Presbyterian students read it.

Robert P. Martin endorsed it thusly:

Greg Nichols has done a wonderful job of articulating a genuinely reformed and baptistic model of covenant theology. The fruit of decades of study and teaching on his subject, this volume should be read by all who want to understand the proper framework of divine revelation. My counsel to all ministerial students is Tolle lege (take up and read).

Here, too, is an updated table of contents:



Chapter 1 The Westminster and London Confessions

Chapter 2 John Gill on God’s Covenants

Chapter 3 Charles Hodge on God’s Covenants

Chapter 4 Robert Lewis Dabney on God’s Covenants

Chapter 5 Dutch Calvinists on God’s Covenants

Chapter 6 Summary of the Classic Reformed Doctrine

Chapter 7 Contemporary Modifications


Chapter 8 An Overview of the Biblical Testimony

Chapter 9 The Covenant of Grace

Chapter 10 The Noahic Covenants

Chapter 11 The Abrahamic Covenant

Chapter 12 The Mosaic (old) Covenant

Chapter 13 The Davidic Covenant

Chapter 14 The New Covenant

Chapter 15 The Messianic Covenant

CONCLUSION: Practical Application of God’s Covenants

APPENDIX 1: The Eternal Counsel of Redemption

APPENDIX 2: The Adamic Covenant


It should be available soon. Hopefully, Evangelical Press will make it available in the UK as SGCB’s distributors here.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Wednesday 10 August 2011 at 08:00

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  1. Really looking forward to this

    Jonathan Hunt

    Wednesday 10 August 2011 at 11:45

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