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The Bond of Love: God’s Covenantal Relationship with the Church

ISBN: 9781857926415


The Bible is divided, quite literally, into two covenants. With this understanding we should be intent to understand the idea of covenant and its implications for us as believers. David examines the theology of covenant in a way that confirms the consistency of the Scriptures. With a greater revelation of covenant comes a worldview that empowers and informs our relationship with Jesus Christ.

Key Features

  • Exegetical studies on the Old and New covenants
  • Discourse on the consistency between scriptures
  • Scripture references link to your original language texts and English translations

Praise for the Print Edition

David McKay has accomplished a remarkable goal in this book. He covers the full range of the topics of Christian doctrine from the standpoint of Covenant Theology, showing the relevance of the covenant in all aspects of faith and life. This is, in fact, a covenantal systematic theology. Particularly useful is McKay's treatment of contemporary issues from a covenant perspective: e.g., neo-orthodoxy, the New Age Movement, feminism, evolutionism, the "open view of God," etc. He interacts with an amazing range of Reformed authors, from Calvin to the Puritans to Murray, Van Til, and Reymond. I enthusiastically commend this work, and will use it in my seminary courses.

—Wayne R. Spear, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Product Details

  • Title: The Bond of Love: God’s Covenantal Relationship with the Church
  • Author: David McKay
  • Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 352

About David McKay

David McKay is professor of Systematic Theology, Ethics and Apologetics at the Reformed Theological College and minister of Cregagh Road Reformed Presbyterian Congregation in Belfast. He is the editor of Covenanter Witness and has contributed to a number of theological journals.