Now available: Colquhoun's Covenant of Grace from Northampton plus new RHB release.

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Regi Addictissimus

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I can't think of a more appropriate time to study the blessings and promises that are bestowed upon the elect in the Covenant of Grace through our surety, Jesus Christ.


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The divine covenant is the measure and the rule of all Jehova’s dealings with the elect, whether in this life or in that which is to come. - John Colquhoun

This republication of Colquhoun’s work should be welcomed as a wonderful instrument to recalibrate our theological and spiritual engines. It is well worthy of a place among the books that we “read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest” because it is so Scripture-concentrated, pastorally sensitive, and full of spiritual wisdom. Each of his publications marks him out as a man and minister of unusual gifts. —From the foreword by Sinclair Ferguson

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French Protestants following the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes (1685) provided a rich theological tradition that has received relatively little scholarly attention. In this book, Martin I. Klauber and his careful band of historians survey events leading up to the Revocation and various responses to it in the decades leading up to the Edict of Toleration (1787). They also investigate important theological contributions by leading French Reformed exiles like Pierre Jurieu, David Martin, Claude Brousson, Jacques Basnage, Jacques Abbadie, Daniel de Superville, and Jacques Saurin. Whereas previous generations debated the definition of the true church, the doctrine of universal grace, and the nature of the Eucharist, post-Revocation theologians focused discussions on eschatological concerns, the problem of Nicodemism, and more political matters, such as the degree of allegiance owed to a king who had legally outlawed the Reformed faith in France.

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Stephen L Smith

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I am genuinely interested in Colquhoun's work. Do you know if he includes a serious discussion on infant inclusion in the Covenant of Grace?
 

Regi Addictissimus

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I am genuinely interested in Colquhoun's work. Do you know if he includes a serious discussion on infant inclusion in the Covenant of Grace?
I have not read much as of yet. My reading list is booked up for some time. Although, I am anxious to start it. Some works may be bumped down to start it sooner.
I would incline to say yes. I am not sure how you could write such a sizeable treatise on the CoG and not include such an important facet.
 

Reformed Covenanter

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I am genuinely interested in Colquhoun's work. Do you know if he includes a serious discussion on infant inclusion in the Covenant of Grace?

There is a chapter on the sacraments as seals of the covenant of grace, which should deal with infant baptism. John Colquhoun's emphasis is more on the inward reality of the covenant than upon its outward administration.
 
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