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It so unified Scripture and redemption as to cover over the theological differences between law and gospel. This implies that the covenant of grace is identical to the New Covenant. Does this make them a species of Dispensationalists? The first appearance of the phrase New Covenant is in connection with the Last Supper, but I believe the Lord was teaching its principles from the beginning of His ministry. ], Covenant Theology from Adam to Christ, p. 133, The language of administration is extremely nebulous and problematic. Our law keeping nothing more or less than the fruit and evidence of the gracious salvation we have received freely. People made profession of faith but fall away (Heb 6:4, 5), they spurn the Son of God and profane the blood of the covenant (Heb 10:29). The Second London Baptist Confession (1689), 7.3 says, in part, “This covenant [of grace] is revealed in the gospel; first of all to Adam in the promise of salvation by the seed of the woman, and afterwards by farther steps, until the full discovery thereof was completed in the New Testament” (emphasis added). They are both represented as Israel, the Olive Tree. Free grace is a Christian soteriological view teaching that anyone can receive eternal life the moment they believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God (John 20:31). Even in your comment, you say that the covenant of grace would “be established” in future. The New Covenant is the outworking of the Covenant of Redemption in time, and thus it is Christ's Covenant of Works. Are the Poor and Minorities Really Better off under Progressive Policy? He fulfilled the promises made through the prophets. There are versions of this around since Sadoleto versus Calvin, not only is there post-conversion law keeping, but it is that, our post-conversion law keeping, that is sine qua non, that is necessary for our acceptance with God; that the righteousness of Christ imputed is insufficient, that what actually is sine qua non for salvation is imperfect law keeping post conversion. Thus it was a guaranteed certainty that the OT saints could “take to the bank.” In other words, the New Covenant was effectual prior to the death of Christ as an “advance” on it’s formal establishment in the future (similar to the way a person can receive a cash advance on their paycheck prior to payday). There has been much confusion concerning the New Covenant. 2:9), be the mediator of a better covenant (Heb. 1689 Federalist do not believe the substance is different. In other words, they agree with us that only through the CoG does anyone obtain salvation. This discussion is about the Covenant of Grace. First, the 2LBCF states in. But we see a dual aspect of God dealing with abraham as Paul does in Galatians. LBCF 8.6 confesses this…, But while the use of administration in the WCF includes the notion of “getting thing A to person B,” its use of “Administration” refers more fully to “a diverse manner of dispensing, and outward managing the making of the covenant with men, but the covenant was still one and the same, clothed and set forth in a diverse manner, and did no other ways differ then and now, but as one and the self same man differeth from himself, cloathed sutably one way in his minority, and another in his riper age.” [David Dickson, Therapeutica Sacra (Edinburgh: 1697), 142.] Thus, I don’t think it’s correct to say that particular Baptists believe the Abrahamic covenant was a covenant of works, unless you specific which covenant you’re talking about. As to the supposed dual aspect of the Abrahamic covenant, if by that you mean (here I am merely supposing) that Abraham was also a covenant of works, that is contrary to the Reformed confession. A hermeneutic of literal interpretation. That is the incongruity, which neither chapter 7 or chapter 19 of the Westminster Confession will admit of. This is the true solution of the question.”. (. It began with the declaration of what God had done to redeem His people and then called for a response in terms of the Law. Though I’m Presbyterian now, this isn’t entirely accurate. The question is whether the covenant of grace existed in history and was being administered in types and shadows or whether it was being anticipated in types and shadows but did not actually exist. No Substantial Theological Difference between the First and Second London Baptist Confessions, Charles Ryrie identified 3 essential tenets of Dispensationalism, Is 1689 Federalism Dispensational? One easy way to remember this is the Lord’s reminder that we can’t do a single good thing without Him (Jn 15:5), but unlike Ohio State, the Lord has not given us shiny helmets with stars all over them for instances of working together with Him, so we need patience for awhile (1 Cor 4:5). I think you’re looking to be Particular(pun intended) with certain words. My case is that such a view is impossible to square with the Reformed confession. Reformed Christians speak of Scripture as the unfolding drama of God's covenant of grace. First, because its legal effectiveness as a covenant is entirely rooted in the death of Christ. Believers, united to Christ by the Spirit, through faith, obey because they have been graciously redeemed from the curse of the law. God does not grade on a curve. It began with the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2) and is made possible by Jesus’ sacrificial death on the cross, His resurrection, and His ascension: “The grace of God has appeared that offers salvation to all people” (Titus 2:11). The covenant of grace in the Old Testament comes to its clearest and fullest expression in God's covenant with Abraham (see Gen. 12:1–3; 17:1–14). That’s a 3rd major distinction. Besides, whatever spiritual gifts the fathers obtained, they were accidental as it were to their age; for it was necessary for them to direct their eyes to Christ in order to become possessed of them. ... the beginning of the New Covenant at the fall of Jerusalem confuse the wrath of God on a hard-hearted people with the grace of God on those who trust in the work of their Savior on the Cross. In this sense, it served as a reminder of the Adamic Covenant of Works, but it was not itself the Adamic Covenant of Works. Redemptive history is the battle between the Serpent and the Seed of the Woman, who must die even as he crushes the head of the serpent. Where Was the Covenant of Grace During the Old Covenant Time? The covenant of grace did not begin in the New Covenant. “Completely different in substance” implies that LBCF adherents treat Abraham as a covenant of works, which is false. the same terms. I do believe PBs (1689 confessional Baptists) still have much more work to do clarifying. Have you listened to the podcast series? Reformed Baptists are not arguing that the New Covenants (CoG) was not in existence since Gen. 3:15, rather like Owen we are arguing that: ” That which before lay hid in promises, in many things obscure, the principal mysteries of it being a secret hid in God himself, was now brought to light; and that covenant which had invisibly, in the way of a promise, put forth its efficacy under types and shadows, was now solemnly sealed, ratified, and confirmed, in the death and resurrection of Christ. Thanks again Dr. Clark! I am not following you. (Contrast). Where God’s grace extended into the past, it came by way of covenant, wherein Christ’s blood of the New Covenant was retroactively applied to those who believed in the promise, and that retroactivity of the New Covenant was and remains distinct from the Old Covenant. The law is not of faith, because the law judges our work, whereas, “on the contrary (Gal 3:12)” (to faith), as Paul says, he who lives by the law, lives by doing the law, whereas faith relies upon Him and His work. You seem to be overlooking the claim, to which I linked and one that has been repeated here by its adherents in the comments, that the original understanding of the 2LBC was that the covenant of grace did not actually begin until Christ’s death. We understand that God had always administered his covenant of grace outwardly and it is through that messy, historical administration that God sovereignly brings his elect to true faith. In this understanding of redemptive history, what is revealed is that there will be a covenant of grace in the New Covenant but that everything that transpired before is really some version of the Old Covenant. Federalists who want to justify credobaptism by saying the Covenant of If, however, you will follow the link (in the article above) by a particular Baptist scholar, he will see that he indeed says that The Abraham was a covenant was a covenant of works not a covenant of grace. Mike Kapler & Joel Brueseke Download all episodes at www.growingingrace.org More explicitly, the 1689 says that the covenant of grace, which was established by the blood of Jesus, was retroactive during the Old Testament dispensation: “Although the price of redemption was not actually paid by Christ until after His incarnation, yet the virtue, efficacy, and benefit thereof were communicated to the elect in all ages” (8:6). Baptists can show that OT saints were saved by the promise of the new covenant in the NT. To say that the Mosaic covenant was (in its legal aspect) subordinate to the covenant of grace is to say little more than to say that it is a codicil or “fading” (Paul) or “inferior” (Hebrews). Neither the Noahic, Abrahamic, Mosaic, nor Davidic covenants were the Covenant of Grace. “The first revelation of the covenant is found in the protevangel, Gen. 3:15. Owen was merely trying to account for the dual aspect of the Mosaic covenant, that it was both a pedagogical administration of the covenant of works and an administration of the covenant of grace. 2:12). I go into the Abrahamic covenant in more detail there. The covenant had its establishment and further revelation throughout history in the covenants from Adam to Christ. It has become clear to me in in recent months that one school of thought about Particular Baptists (arguably the original intent of the 2nd LBC) is that the covenant of grace did not exist prior to the New Covenant. (Gal 4:25, 26) Whence we can easily see who they are that appertain to the earthly, and who to the heavenly kingdom. Does the belief that Mosaic covenant is an administration of the CoG and the subsequent belief that baptism replace circumcision mark what makes one Reformed? To use another analogy, humans develop in stages but they are humans right the way through. I hope to write a response and email if you’re ok with that. (I tried to speak in what for me is unacceptable bluntness, whereas I’d rather be quoting famous people and books! Here I’m doing it by way of contrast. How we understand one chapter depends on what’s written in others. I would argue against their view by paying close attention to what the text of holy Scripture actually says. In essence, the claim is that the Abrahamic and Mosaic covenants are covenants of works and the New Covenant is the only real administration of the covenant of grace. Law vs grace Must I forgive others to be forgiven by God? When the New Covenant Began and the Old Covenant Ended. I don’t know that this medium would be wholly conducive or even appropriate to that. Excellent explanation of the Reformed position compared to the Baptist understanding of the Covenant of Grace, particularly that of the 1689 Note this statement from, 1689 Federalism teaches that only the New Covenant is the Covenant of Grace. Whether that is the original view and the intent of the 2LBC is an internal debate among Particular Baptists (PBs). He did not read the history of redemption like a Baptist and he certainly did not draw Baptist conclusions. He came as the “Angel of Yahweh” in Genesis 16. Our acceptance is not dependent on that. Particular Baptists and the Substance/Administration Distinction. When the New Covenant was given out only in the way of a promise (Gen 3:15, etc), it did not introduce a worship and privileges expressive of it. That’s not my job. Fix me up, will ya?! Several commenters have echoed this position and some have dissented. But the covenant of grace does not require works in the same manner as the covenant of works did. The question is when did it start? The world divides history with the birth of Christ as the dividing line (using B.C. That is the covenant of grace in operation. The book of Hebrews gives us an important part of the answer. I have yet to convince certain colleagues and church members that “Reformed” Baptists are not Reformed but Calvinist (follow the London Confession) on the doctrine of salvation, perseverance, sanctification, et cetera. The article he wrote is quite clear. It takes up a tremendous amount of the Old Testament, from Exodus 19:5 through most of the life of Jesus on earth, to John 19:30. He says that the Mosaic covenant was a temporary codicil to the permanent Abrahamic covenant (Gal 3:17) but he never intended us to think that people were saved under Moses in any other way than by grace alone, through faith alone. Here’s what Paul did NOT say: “the law is of faith, since by faith, he who practices them shall live by them.” What he said was Gal 3:12. ], Ron Beabout, Evangelist That’s another great difference between the Particular Baptists and the Reformed. It accounts for the change in language found in the 2nd London Baptist Confession with regards to covenant theology (in comparison to the WCF). Chapter 7 – Of God’s Covenants Jacob spoke with God (the Son) “face to face” (Gen 32:30). Take a look at the resources linked, especially the resources on covenant theology and infant baptism. At the heart of it all is our covenant relationship with a graceful God. Even if the sacrifice of the covenant of grace by which all blessings proceed was not shed till long after the promise was made, many had already been called and did possess by faith the eternal inheritance. Abraham believed God and it was credited to him for righteousness. The Scriptures themselves will not allow us to turn Abraham into a covenant of works. We can also see that as Christians are still image bearers, we are still obligated to obey the moral law, but not as a covenant of works (LBCF 19.6). To the degree the law demands the perfect, personal performance of righteousness as the condition of standing before God; b) To the degree that the Mosaic system generally, was a typological, legal addition to the pre-existing covenant of grace. The way we understand this is that Old Testament saints were saved not by virtue of the CoG with Abraham, but by virtue of the covenant of redemption revealed to Abraham. From the 2LBC: (notice by farther steps) So also Moses (Deut 34:10). The covenant of Exodus 20 was a covenant of grace. Abraham was a Christian when he was a Gentile and he was a Christian when he became a Jew. The difference between the types and the fulfillment is the difference between inauguration and consummation. It contradicts Scripture as confessed plainly by the Reformed churches. In the same way that we can affirm that Abraham and other OT saints were covered by the blood of Christ prior to Christ’s actual death on the cross (2LBCF 8.6). '” and John 8:56 “Your father Abraham rejoiced to see My day, and he saw it and was glad.” Thus when we identify the Covenant of Grace with the New Covenant alone, we do not exclude those who lived before the establishment of the New Covenant – notably Abraham – from “the grace of this covenant.” Nor do we believe that they waited to receive this grace until the death of Christ. It is not described as future. The same is true in the New Covenant. Dr. Clark, Before it was established in the form of a covenant sealed in the blood (Hebrews 13:20) it was revealed by a promise guaranteed by God’s oath (Hebrews 6:17). 1. This was all prompted by, in the original blog,”“Paul says that the typological Mosaic law (not the abiding moral law) is ‘not of faith’ (Gal 3:12).”” Hope this helps see my perplexion, as they used to spell it. That’s what the Apostle Paul says in Romans 4. Further, I’d like to ask this: the Roman Catholics speak of an old law and a new law. The 1689 Federalism answer to this question centers around the meaning of "established"/"enacted" (Hebrews 8:6). Late in the medieval period, some theologians began to stress the idea that God has given a kind of grace to all humans and made a covenant so that “to those who do what is in them, God does not deny grace.” That does not mean, however, that we have no obligation to it. From the Holy Gospel, which God Himself revealed first in Paradise; afterwards proclaimed by the holy Patriarchs and Prophets, and foreshadowed by the sacrifices and other ceremonies of the law; and finally fulfilled by His well-beloved Son. I would like to hear if Sam is able to respond to your links to his works. Remember, God had promised the New Covenant to Israel 600 years before the Lord came ( Jere. completely different in substance from the covenants of the Old Testament. Augustine remarking on the difference between Old and New Covenants says: “They,” says he, “which are the children of the flesh, are not the children of God; but the children of the promise are counted for the seed.” (Rom 9:8) The children of the flesh, then, belong to the earthly Jerusalem, which is in bondage with her children; whereas the children of the promise belong to the Jerusalem above, the free, the mother of us all, eternal in the heavens. He taught that the covenant of grace can be considered in a broader and narrower sense. Therefore children who are presumed not to have faith are not under grace, All the Reformed churches, without exception, in the confessional/classical period affirmed infant baptism and denounced its rejection in the strongest possible terms. They are used as synonyms in 1 Chron 16:16: “the covenant that he made with Abraham, his sworn promise to Isaac…” and in Ps 105:9—”the covenant that he made with Abraham, his sworn promise to Isaac” Finally, see Gal 3:17: “This is what I mean: the law, which came 430 years afterward, does not annul a covenant previously ratified by God, so as to make the promise void.” The “promise” to which Paul refers is the covenant that God made with Abraham. But God’s words of Gen 2:17 certainly explained ramifications of His command to Adam. Church discipline (Matt 18) exists because the church is necessarily mixed. Esau was in the covenant of grace but did not receive, sola gratia, sola fide the grace and salvation offered in it. Thank you for taking the time with Baptists to work out there covenant theology through the lens of the Reformed view. While I follow covenant theology, and wholeheartedly agree with infant baptism, I notice from your quote from the 2d London Baptist Confession that it seems to say the Covenant of grace was revealed in God’s promise to Adam concerning redemption. The moral law is made up of “to live by the law, is to do the law.” Grace is not a watered-down or unfulfilled moral law. Noah and his family were baptized into the external administration of the covenant of grace. We can confess along with the Reformed that God made a CoG with Abraham. 9:5). It is not possible to be Reformed and to say that the covenant of grace was not in effect until the New Covenant. 2. They only had power as they anticipated (and in that way anticipated) the fulfillment, the true lamb of God, the prophet, priest, and king: Jesus. Christ is the one and only federal head of the covenant of grace, the New Covenant… [T]he covenant of grace is the retro-active application of the New Covenant…. However, they believed the OT saints were saved by the promise of the new covenant that was to come as Paul in Romans 4 and in Galatisans and the author of Hebrews says Abraham was saved by a promise. It’s only by this covenant (New Covenant) that the eternal inheritance (eternal covenant of redemption/covenant of grace) is given (Hebrews 9:15). Mary came from this tribe, as did Jesus’ earthly father, Joseph! Still, it is impossible to deny the consequences of affirming one covenant of grace, various administrations approach and call oneself Reformed. Those PBs who affirm that the Abrahamic covenant was not merely an anticipation of the covenant of grace but at actual administration of it, are closer to the Reformed. Trump still owes El Paso $569,000 for his 2019 rally. Sadoleto said (ISBN 0801023904, p. 32), “having first laid the foundation of faith, we must thereafter labor here in order that we may rest yonder.”. Nehemiah Coxe said, “we first meet with an express Injunction of Obedience to a Command (and that of positive Right) as the Condition of Covenant Interest.”[2] This is the nature of a covenant of works. 4:4) he would fulfill the Law perfectly (1 Pet. The Lord entered into a personal saving relationship with Abraham. Many thanks, Dr. Clark, for a very succinct yet thorough posting on this doctrine. It is the exclusive source of salvation according to what Scripture expressly declares: “there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men, by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12). Sam would like to clean up his langauage for further clarification or at least a shadow of this covenant a! 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