The Reformed Northwest Podcast did a 5-part overview of 1689 Federalism with Brandon Adams.
- Ep. 24 – 1689 Federalism – pt 1: Introduction – What is Covenant Theology?
- Ep. 25 – 1689 Federalism – pt 2: The Covenant of Works
- Ep. 26 – 1689 Federalism – pt 3: The Noahic and Abrahamic Covenants
- Ep. 27 – 1689 Federalism – pt 4: The Mosaic and Davidic Covenants
- Ep. 28 – 1689 Federalism – pt 5: The New Covenant
Pastor Richard Barcellos joins the Regular Reformed Guys to talk about his upcoming, as yet unnamed book about the Covenant of Works, the Garden of Eden and a number of other questions in relation to the New Covenant Theology.
This is one of those meaty episodes. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
The guys are hanging out on the back porch of the church discussing 1689 Federalism while the youth play kick ball in the background. If 1689 federalism is essentially old-school baptist covenant theology, how is it different from other forms of baptist covenant theology and how does it differ from paedobaptist covenant theology? This is just a simple introduction, and Joe and Jimmy want to encourage you to check out the resources listed below to go deeper. Plus, screaming kids who can’t run or lose.
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1689 Federalism (website)
Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology
The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology by Pascal Denault
Covenant Theology: From Adam to Christ by Nehemiah Cox and John Owen
The Covenant of Works: Its Confessional and Scriptural Basis by Richard Barcellos
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