The Covenant of God – by Thomas Blake (1597-1657)


This is one of the best works of covenant theology ever written by a Puritan. Blake’s work is a masterful treatise on Covenant Theology which seemingly exhausts the subject. It is a must read for those looking to dive into the depth of God’s condescension to us in the grace of Christ.


The Covenant of God, By Thomas Blake (1597-1657)

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Thomas Blake’s work is a master treatise on Covenant Theology. It follows the formula laid down in the Westminster Confession and demonstrates every aspect of biblical covenant theology from a systematic and well thought through argument. As it was said of John Owen’s “Death of Death in the Death of Christ” so it may be said of this work as well – Blake doth exhaust the subject. This is a tome of the highest caliber on a topic that is most needful to be understood by the Evangelical Church today – Covenant Theology and inclusion in the Covenant of God.

This work would be useful to the student who desires to go into a deeper understanding of Covenant Theology, and as already read Herman Witsius’ work “The Economy of the Covenants.”

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