of New Covenant Theology [Resource Roundup]

This is meant to be a replacement of the soon to cease Credopedia page on New Covenant Theology. Note that dead links were removed or replaced with “living” ones:

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VIDEOS:

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Discover how the covenant theology of the 2nd London Baptist Confession compares to New Covenant Theology and Progressive Dispensationalism.

Charts from the above video and site:

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Dr. Sam Waldron and Dr. Richard Barcellos discuss (on video)  Tom Wells’ book, “The Christian and The Sabbath”:

Please read Dr. Barcellos’ comments on the MCTS Blog.

“There are some who choose to confess the 1646 London Baptist confession rather than the 1677 London Baptist confession. Their reasons for this choice vary, but among them are those who wish to adhere to what is known as ‘New Covenant Theology.’ In making this move, it is claimed, they are identifying with Baptists who did not hold such a ‘rigid’ stance on the law as it is expressed in the 1677 London Baptist confession. However, when examined in its historical context, there is no difference between the views of the early and later baptists concerning the law.”

Sam Renihan

With that said, see Dr. James Renihan’s exposition of the entire 1st LBC 1644/1646 [3 Videos]:

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Intro, Outline, and Unit 1 of the Confession (paragraphs 1 through 6) [49 min. video]:

Units 2, 3, and 4 of the Confession (paragraphs 7 through 32) [75 min. video]:

Units 5 and 6 of the Confession (paragraphs 33 through 53) [67 min. video]:

AUDIO:

2005-Sep-23: Jim Renihan, New Covenant Theology

2006-Oct-07: Sam Waldron, The Law and New Covenant Theology

2010-Feb-17: Richard Barcellos, Through New Eyes Interview (Part 1)

2010-Mar-18: Richard Barcellos, Through New Eyes Interview (Part 2) [PDF Transcript]

ARTICLES:

BOOKS:

In Defense of the Decalogue : A Critique of New Covenant Theology [Paperback] Richard Barcellos
In Defense of the Decalogue: A Critique of New Covenant Theology [Paperback]
by Richard C. Barcellos

The Family Tree of Reformed Biblical Theology: Geerhardus Vos and John Owen, Their Methods of and Contributions to the Articulation of Redemptive History [Paperback] by Richard C Barcellos
The Family Tree of Reformed Biblical Theology: Geerhardus Vos and John Owen, Their Methods of and Contributions to the Articulation of Redemptive History [Paperback | Amazon]
by Richard C Barcellos

(see especially Appendix 2: John Owen and Reformed Orthodoxy on the Functions of the Decalogue in Redemptive History)

Excerpt: The Temporal Revelation of the Covenant of Works in Owen – Absolutely or Relatively Coeval with Creation?

A Reformed Baptist Manifesto: The New Covenant Constitution of the Church
A Reformed Baptist Manifesto: The New Covenant Constitution of the Church [Paperback | Amazon]
by Samuel E. Waldron & Richard C. Barcellos

 (see especially Chapter 2: “The New Covenant Constitution of the Church and Antinomianism” and Appendix 2: “Book Review of ‘New Covenant Theology’”)

Journal of the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies, 2014
Journal of the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies, 2014 [Paperback | Amazon]

(see especially “Kingdom through Covenant: A Biblical-Theological Understanding of the Covenants, A Review Article by Samuel Renihan” [sample])

Upcoming: Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology
Upcoming: Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology

Excerpt: Conclusion of Chapter 2 Covenant Theology in the First and Second London Baptist Confessions by James M. Renihan

Excerpt: Conclusion to Chapter 1 of Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology by Richard C. Barcellos

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