A more excellent alliance (Une alliance plus excellente)
If you are interested in alliance theology and would like to understand the distinction between Reformed Child Baptist theology and Reformed Baptist theology, this book is for you. He compares these two points of view from their original 17 th century context by examining the Covenant of Works, the Covenant of Grace, the Old Covenant (including a specific section on the Abrahamic and Mosaic Covenants) and the New Covenant.
Pascal Denault is pastor of the Evangelical Church of Saint-Jérôme. He obtained a bachelor's and a master's degree in theology from the Faculty of Evangelical Theology of Montreal (2001-2011). He is the author of the books Solas and The Dark Side of Christian Life .
"French-speaking Baptists, those in Europe anyway, and I am one, are often unaware of the Reformed origin of the Baptism from which they came - genealogical continuity is certain. The beautiful work of the Quebec pastor on the theology of the covenant, or alliances, which the doctors of ancient Baptism developed in depth by debating with the other Reformed, illustrates this rootedness brilliantly. »
–Henri Blocher, Free Faculty of Evangelical Theology of Vaux-sur-Seine
"Pascal Denault deserves thanks for his research in which the nuances of 17th century alliance theology are described. He highlighted the most important factors in understanding the differences in thought and practice between Presbyterians and Calvinist Baptists by describing theological concepts in readily accessible terms. »
- James M. Renihan, Ph. D., Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies
“This new research by Pascal Denault is most useful, since it provides an accurate summary of the historical discussion between Baptists and their fellow Puritans, then it indicates how this discussion can come to our aid today in dealing with a vital issue. »
- Michael A. G. Haykin, D. Th., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Author : Pascal Denault
Publisher : Impact Académia
Publication : December 2016
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Pages: 189 < br> Weight: 240 g