What is the covenant of redemption? Why must the covenant of redemption be intra-Trinitarian? Does the covenant of redemption lead to a social trinitarianism? Does the covenant of redemption span across the Testaments? Why is the covenant of redemption essential to a right understanding of the history of salvation and the application of salvation? In what ways is the covenant of redemption distinct from the doctrine of election?
In this episode of the Credo podcast, J. V. Fesko joins Matthew Barrett to discuss the Trinity, the covenant of redemption, election, and work of Christ.
J. V. Fesko (PhD, University of Aberdeen) serves as professor of systematic and historical theology at RTS Jackson. He has been an ordained minister since 1998 in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church serving as a church planter, pastor, and now teacher. Dr. Fesko has authored or edited more than twenty books including Reforming Apologetics: Retrieving the Classic Reformed Approach to Defending the Faith, The Trinity and the Covenant of Redemption, Death in Adam, Life in Christ: The Doctrine of Imputation, and Justification: Understanding the Classic Reformed Doctrine.
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