At Jason Stellman's Blog, De Regnis Duobus, Jason is hosting a review and discussion of the published version of Scott Hahn's PhD dissertation, Kinship and Covenant, (recently published by Yale University Press). Jason is a WSC grad, pastor of Exile Presbyterian Church (PCA), and has been over the last year been exploring Roman Catholicism from a variety of perspectives. So far there are three installments: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. It seems as if more will follow. Scott Hahn himself has shown up on the blog to make some clarifications. My hope in posting this here is that some individuals who are familiar with the Covenant issues being discussed will (a) provide some clarifications on the Reformed side, and (b) possibly even participate in the discussions over there. As you all know, Hahn is one of the leading proponents of having Reformed believers convert to Catholicism. It seems that this work needs to be addressed at a very sophisticated level, by individuals who are very familiar with Covenant Theology (which I am not).