This article starts with a discussion on the relationship between the covenant of redemption and the covenant of grace, arguing that there is no material difference between them. He then focuses on the covenant of grace, refuting non-Reformed teachings that have emerged on this doctrine. The author emphasizes that this covenant follows the covenant of works in history, and that it does not do away with the responsibility of man.
This article attempts to explain the doctrine of election. The explanation includes the definition of election, in which the role of Christ is crucial. A number of characteristics of election are given, such as its occurence in eternity, and there being only one decree. The discussion also refutes those who understand election differently, such as Pelagians and Romanists. Reprobation and the cause of sin are also discussed.
The doctrine of the Trinity seeks to explain that God exists in three persons, and every person is fully God, yet there is one God. This article explains the biblical grounds of this claim.