I'm trying to understand how all the difference covenants relate to one another. The post by R. Scott Clark was extremely helpful, but I'd like a little more detail on the other covenants. Here's what I have so far, but I'd really appreciate any feedback. Covenant of Redemption - pre-temporal, intratrinatarian covenant to save Covenant of Works - covenant between God and Adam based on Adam's obedience Covenant of Grace - God's promise to save and forgive based on Christ's work (fulfilled Cov. of Works that Adam did not) through faith Within the Covenant of Grace are different administrations: Noahic - promise to save him and his family Abrahamic - descendents, land, blessing - fulfilled literally in the OT and eschatologically in Christ Davidic - descendent on the throne New Covenant - fulfillment of the Abrahamic cov., Cov. of Works, and Cov. of Redemption; sealed by Jesus' blood The common grace Noahic covenant, where God promises not to destroy the world again by flood seems to stand outside of the three big covenants. I guess you could argue that it supports the Cov. of Grace, since the reason for the covenant is the outworking of the Cov. of Grace. So am I close? Thank you for your help!