Covenantal Social Theory Is an Inescapable and Universal Concept.
Central to the Bible’s great story of creation, fall, and redemption is the underlying theme of God’s covenants. Ironically, it is also one of the least understood and most neglected of Christian doctrines.
In this deeply profound yet easy-to-understand primer, Dr. Gary North explains the structure and practical significance of biblical covenantalism. With his signature down-to-earth prose, he demonstrates that the modern clash of worldviews is actually a battle between rival covenants. He untangles the interpretive knots and philosophical snarls that have long bedeviled both interpreters and practitioners, providing Christians with a blueprint for fruitful engagement in this poor, fallen world. Combining careful Scriptural exposition and astute historical understanding with insightful cultural analysis, he lays the groundwork for an enduring reformation in the days and years ahead.
This is one of those rare volumes that every pastor, Sunday School teacher, Bible Study leader, and Christian activist will want in their library—or better yet, on their nightstand.
154 pages with Scripture index, paperback.