Economy of the Covenants Batween God and Man: Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity Herman Witsius

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One of the greatest classic of theology of all time by Herman Witsius (1636 – 1708) with actively linked table of contents for ease of navigation. Faithfully translated from the Latin, and carefully revised, by William Crookshank, D.D in 1803,.WhatMoreOne of the greatest classic of theology of all time by Herman Witsius (1636 – 1708) with actively linked table of contents for ease of navigation.

Faithfully translated from the Latin, and carefully revised, by William Crookshank, D.D in 1803,.What is covenant theology? In studying divine covenants in general, one is treading through understanding God’s Redemptive Plan throughout history. This is a matter of Eternal Salvation. It answers the question: How may a sinful man approach God? (Exodus 3:5 . When a person injures the sacred mysteries surrounding the divine covenants, they are twisting the means by which men are saved (Matthew 5:19 In Scripture, “covenant” is translated in the Hebrew “berith.” It can have various meanings, such as: 1) An immutable ordinance made about a thing (Jer.

33:20- 2) A testament that cannot be changed (Heb. 9:15-17- 3) a sure and stable promise, though it is not mutual (there are not two parties involved but just God)- 4) A precept (Jer. 34:13-14)- 5) a general rule or statue- and 6) a mutual agreement between parties, with respect to something (Gen. 14:13)TABLE OF CONTENTSA Pacific AddressThe Life of the AuthorBook IChapter I: The Divine Covenants in GeneralChapter II: Of the Contracting Parties in The Covenant of WorksChapter III: Of the Law or Condition of the Covenant of WorksChapter IV: Of the Promises of the Covenant of WorksChapter V: Of the Penal SanctionChapter VI: Of the Sacraments of the Covenant of WorksChapter VII: Of the First SabbathChapter VIII: Of the Violation of the Covenant of Works on the Part of ManChapter IX: Of the Abrogation of the Covenant of Works on the Part of GodBook IIChapter I: Introduction to the Covenant of GraceChapter II: Of the Covenant between God the Father and the SonChapter III: The Nature of the Covenant between the Father and the Son more fully explainedChapter IV: Of the Person of the SuretyChapter V: Of the Suretiship and Satisfaction of ChristChapter VI: What Sufferings of Christ are SatisfactoryChapter VII: Of the Efficacy of Christs SatisfactionChapter VIII: Of the Necessity of Christs SatisfactionChapter IX: Of the Persons for whom Christ Engaged and SatisfiedChapter X: After what manner Christ Used the SacramentsBook IIIChapter I: Of the Covenant of God with the ElectChapter II: Of the ONENESS of the Covenant of Grace, as to its SubstanceChapter III: Of the different Economies or Dispensations of the Covenant of GraceChapter IV: Of ElectionChapter V: Of Effectual CallingChapter VI: Of RegenerationChapter VII: Of FaithChapter VIII: Of JustificationChapter IX: Of Spiritual PeaceChapter X: Of AdoptionChapter XI: Of the Spirit of AdoptionChapter XII: Of SanctificationChapter XIII: Of ConservationChapter XIV: Of GlorificationBook IVChapter I: Of the Doctrine of Salvation in the first age of the WorldChapter II: Of the Doctrine of Grace under NoahChapter III: Of the Doctrine of Grace from Abraham to Moses



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