What Is Covenant Theology?: Tracing God's Promises through the Son, the Seed, and the Sacraments
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What Is Covenant Theology?: Tracing God's Promises through the Son, the Seed, and the Sacraments

Crossway / 2024 / Paperback

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Title: What Is Covenant Theology?: Tracing God's Promises through the Son, the Seed, and the Sacraments
By: Ryan M. McGraw
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Crossway
Publication Date: 2024
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.25 (inches)
Weight: 6 ounces
ISBN: 1433592770
ISBN-13: 9781433592775
Stock No: WW592775

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This accessible book explores the basics and blessings of covenant theology, revealing the breathtaking unity of Scripture, the glory of the Triune God, and implications for Christian living.

Author Bio

Ryan M. McGraw (PhD, University of the Free State) is professor of systematic theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and has pastored in several churches. He has written nearly thirty books, focusing on weaving the Trinity into doctrine and life.

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“Covenant theology—an essential dimension of Reformed theology—unites the sixty-six books of the Bible in beautiful, Christocentric harmony. Exploring the covenants of redemption, works, and grace, Ryan McGraw ably sketches the covenant motif from the seed promise in Genesis to the New Jerusalem in the book of Revelation. He demonstrates that grasping covenant theology helps us grow in our understanding of Scripture, our communion with the triune God that produces joy and piety, and our lives as individuals, families, and churches—all to the glory of the one who designed the marvelous plan of salvation. Covenant theology, then, is so magnificent because it is simply gospel theology that inevitably produces Trinitarian doxology.”
Joel R. Beeke, Chancellor and Professor of Homiletics and Systematic Theology, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

 

“Ryan McGraw skillfully highlights the basics and blessings of covenant theology that first blessed him as he saw unifying themes in Scripture that helped him make sense of the parts. Writing with clarity and conviction, he introduces readers to the unity of the Bible, the triune God, and its implications for Christian living so that they will know God and his people in deeper ways. If you’re looking for a doctrinally sound primer on covenant theology, this is a good place to start.”
Sarah Ivill, author, The Covenantal Life: Appreciating the Beauty of Theology and Community

 

“The Protestant Reformer Martin Bucer, who was such a formative influence on John Calvin, maintained that ‘True theology is not theoretical, it is practical; the end of it is to live a godly life.’ Ryan McGraw’s What Is Covenant Theology? exemplifies Bucer’s conviction. Here is theology that is accessible, practical, and pastoral. McGraw has provided Christians with a theological primer that will enrich their lives and stir their hearts and minds to bow down and worship. This is a must read for Christians who desire to grow in the grace and knowledge of God.”
Ian Hamilton, President, Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary, United Kingdom

 

“Ryan McGraw has given the church a clear, concise, and accessible survey of one of the most important teachings in Scripture—the covenants that God makes with human beings. The argument of What Is Covenant Theology? is exegetically informed, theologically nuanced, and practically oriented. Whether familiar or unfamiliar with covenant theology, readers will profit from the way that McGraw helps us see the unity of the Bible and the glory of the covenant-making, covenant-keeping God of the Bible.”
Guy Prentiss Waters, James M. Baird Jr. Professor of New Testament and Academic Dean, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson

 

“​Ryan McGraw has written an excellent introduction to covenant theology—one that, as a pastor, I can hand to anyone in my church who wishes to know more about the covenant concept. While the book has a certain systematic approach, one will also encounter a rich biblical and Trinitarian theology permeating the chapters. I’d like to have written a book like this myself, but there is no need now with this fine contribution to Christian living. And make no mistake, the key to Christian living is understanding God’s covenants.”
Mark Jones, Senior Minister, Faith Presbyterian Church, Vancouver, Canada

 

“Ryan McGraw’s introduction to covenant theology is wonderful. He takes a complex topic and boils it down to its basics, showing both covenant theology’s distinctive emphases and how those distinctives are a blessing to God’s people. I am confident this will invite many to study covenant theology more deeply and thus understand the Bible more completely.”
Stephen G. Myers, Professor of Systematic and Biblical Theology, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary; author, God to Us: Covenant Theology in Scripture

Author Bio

Ryan M. McGraw (PhD, University of the Free State) is professor of systematic theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and has pastored in several churches. He has written nearly thirty books, focusing on weaving the Trinity into doctrine and life.

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