Office Hours—Sacred Bond: Covenant Theology Explored

Office HoursToo often, the way covenant theology is presented, it seems too complicated to understand or explain to others. It doesn’t have to be that way and it isn’t in this interview with Zach Keele and Mike Brown, authors of a new introduction to covenant theology: Sacred Bond: Covenant Theology Explored. Mike is pastor of Christ United Reformed Church in Santee, CA and Zach is pastor of Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church. Both are graduates of Westminster Seminary  California. Office Hours talked with them about covenant theology, about the book, which The Bookstore at WSC has had trouble keeping on the shelf.

Sacred Bond is the introduction to the covenant theology for which you’ve been looking. It’s clear, it’s concise. It’s not technical. It’s biblical. It’s Reformed. This is an introduction to covenant theology that pastors can hand out to new members classes, to visitors, to catechism classes, and to adult classes. Are you a Dispensationalist who has only heard about covenant theology from others? Here’s your starter book. Are you a ‘tweener?—you’ve been told that both dispensationalism and covenant theology “impose their system on Scripture.” Take a listen.

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  1. Hey, this episode won’t download on my iTunes today! I wonder if someone needs to fix something? Wouldn’t bother you here, but didn’t see who to contact about such things on the podcast webpage. Thanks!

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