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. The author continues to defend his view by relating the covenant of grace to election, describing Christ as the head of the covenant. The discussion considers whether one can break the covenant of grace. In the last place the author discusses the promises of the covenant of grace.
Source: Reformed Perspectives Magazine, 2007. 15 pages.