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We may trace Scripture’s unity through the unity of the covenants, which set forth the overarching Covenant of Grace. The heart of God’s “covenants of the promise” (diathekon tes epaggelias, Eph 2:12) is: “I will be your God and you will be My people.” This idea occurs many times in Scripture. God establishes his redemptive […]

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Postmillennialism holds an optimistic view of history. While recognizing the enormity of the fall and the intrusion of sin into God’s created order. How can this be? Postmillennialists argue that God does not give up on man when Adam falls into sin. For immediately after the fall God establishes redemption. And he designs this redemption […]

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by Loraine Boettner The New Testament puts a strong emphasis on the fact that it is the world that is the object of Christ’s redemption. “Christ is the propitiation for our sins, and not for ours only, but also for the whole world” (I John 2:2). “For God so loved the world, that he gave […]

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