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God's Everlasting Covenant of Grace

God's Everlasting Covenant of Grace
by Herman Hanko

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God's covenant of grace with His elect people in Jesus Christ—a truth that lies at the very heart of the Reformed faith and life—is the subject of this significant study. Because the covenant is in its roots God-centred, the author treats his subject theologically. Because the covenant is the golden thread in God's revelation in Scripture, the author treats his subject biblically and historically. Because the covenant has important application to the believer's life and walk, the author treats his subject practically.

The focus of this book is the unity of the covenant in all dispensations and the sovereignty of God's grace in establishing and maintaining the covenant. Some of the topics considered are the covenant with Adam, Noah, Abraham, Old Testament Israel, and the New Testament church, the mediator of the covenant, infant baptism, and the believer's part in the covenant.

"[This book is] easily understandable by the Christian layman" (The Presbyterian).

"Would you please send me a copy of God's Everlasting Covenant of Grace by Prof. Hanko. The video interview with Prof. Hanko has whet my appetite to read it. I'm looking forward to thinking more about the wonderful covenant that God made with Christ and with us in Him."  - Yorkshire, England

"Finished reading this amazing book by Professor Herman Hanko. I'm going to sing its praises because this book has thrilled my soul right throughout its reading and brought such comfort in understanding God's everlasting covenant of grace for his elect people. For those who miss the covenant, whose church does not teach it in all its boundless beauty, you have no idea what you are missing out on!" - Co. Antrim

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