Scott Clark does it again

R. Scott ClarkI’m really enjoying the thoughts and posts of  R. Scott Clark lately.  I confess that I don’t know much about him (personally or academically), but some of his posts over at Heidelblog have been very helpful to me trying to navigate the theological talk regarding Federal Vision, but more so, helping to understand the differences and similarities between the Old and New Covenant.

His most recent post deals with the sing and the seal of covenant membership, and what really distinguishes the theology and praxis of Presbyterians, Baptists, and Federal Vision folk.

Read it here.

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3 thoughts on “Scott Clark does it again

  1. Yes. Clark is very clear here and I like the grace with which he makes his point. I boils down to how we understand the relationship between Abraham and Jesus. Paul is clear that if you are in Christ you are a son of Abraham. Also key in Clarks argument is the fact that Esau (a son of Abraham was cut on) but since he was not united to Christ from eternity past he was “cut off.”

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  2. Dr. Clark is terrific; I have been following him for a number of years. I have been using his works on covenant in teaching adult SS class on covenant theology, using the book “Sacred Bond” (by Mike Brown and Zach Keele) at our PCA church in AZ. Scott Clark is a treasure.

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  3. I love your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did
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