Interview #2: Pascal Denault – The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology (1 Of 2) + 3 Book Giveaways

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On episode two of our podcast, we interview Pascal Denault on his new book The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology: A Comparison Between Seventeenth-Century Particular Baptist and Paedobaptist Federalism.

After that, we talk about some Reformed Baptist news and give you a preview of next week’s episode featuring the second part of our interview with Pascal Denault on his newest book.

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34 Replies to “Interview #2: Pascal Denault – The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology (1 Of 2) + 3 Book Giveaways”

  1. Read the book and loved it. Chapter 3 was paradigm shifting for me. Definitely recommend this book for anyone interested in the subject of Covenant Theology and/or Baptist History.

  2. As a baptist who has read way more works on CT by Presbyterians, I’d be excited to see how baptists work through some of those issues.

  3. Glad you dug it… again, thanks for the questions you helped come up with. Next week starts with more you ask and I think gets into the nitty-gritty stuff that will be helpful to alot of people. At least I know it was helpful for me. :)

      1. Wow, those are both very helpful link. Ya, with the Pascal interview the audio from that was all from his side. We tested our equipment and connection before recording, but then when recording we had another guy join the interview and I think he was causing alot of feedback and other technical issues. We decided to be more strict in the future for the sake of good audio (so if someones connection is messing up they’ll get booted). Anyways, thanks for these, I will seriously consider them.

  4. I have not read this book yet, but it looks interesting. I’m a former dispensationalist still trying to figure out Covenant theology.

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