The Two Covenants of Galatians 4.24

The old-school Dutch Reformed divine, Johannes VanderKemp, was a solid defender of the good old Reformation truths - of course, this included justification by faith alone.  In a sermon on Romans 3.27-28, he explained the Catechism's (Q/A 62-64) defense of justification.  For VanderKemp, along with many other Reformed and Presbyterian theologians of his day, justification had… Continue reading The Two Covenants of Galatians 4.24

The Sinaitic/Mosaic Covenant: Works or Grace? Turretin Explains…

Francis Turretin is most helpful in the sometimes heated discussion of whether the covenant God made with the Israelites on Sinai was simply the covenant of grace renewed, or simply the covenant of works republished, or something else (a third thing). Turretin first rejects the "third covenant" opinion, which the "celebrated man, John Cameron" (the… Continue reading The Sinaitic/Mosaic Covenant: Works or Grace? Turretin Explains…