Sacred Bond is an introduction to covenant theology geared to the lay reader.
"People often ask me for a basic or introductory book on covenant theology. Now we've got one—Sacred Bond. Brown and Keele explain covenant theology in basic and readable terms. Better yet, they do so without succumbing to the tendency to talk down to the reader or make the complicated too simplistic—a common problem with introductory texts. This book does many things well, but perhaps the most important thing it does is that it will help people to better understand their Bibles. That, it seems to me, is what makes this book so valuable. And that is why you should buy it, read it, and digest it. To understand covenant theology is to understand the Bible."
—Dr. Kim Riddlebarger, pastor of Christ Reformed Church (URCNA) in Anaheim, CA,
and author of A Case for Amillennialism: Understanding the End Times
“Read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest this wonderful guide. In doing so, you will be much better equipped to know what you believe and why you believe it.”
—From the foreword by Dr. Michael S. Horton, Professor of Theology and Apologetics
at Westminster Seminary California.
Rev. Michael Brown and Rev. Zach Keele
Paperback, 168 pages - 5-1/2 x 8-1/2"
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Rev. Michael Brown and Rev. Zach Keele discussed their book and covenant theology on Westminster Seminary California's show, Office Hours. The segment aired recently. You can listen to it HERE and HERE
SACRED BOND/IL VINCOLO SACRO has been printed and is now available in Italian. Please see the following link:
5 star review
As a newbie to covenant theology I have read a few books on the covenants recorded in the Bible . After reading this book I finally understand them and how they all fit together. I highly recommend this little book if you looking for an overview of this subject in a way that is clear to understand
Exactly what I was looking for!
I’ve been trying to find the appropriate book to give to a Godly Baptist friend who knows and loves the Lord but has had no exposure to Covenant Theology. This is the first book I’ve found after buying quite a few that captures the beauty of God’s plan of salvation without veering into Reformed Theology jargon that he’ll never make it through.
5 star review
Haven’t finished it yet, but very informative. Satisfied with my purchase