The complete handout outline for part 1 of the Covenant Theology in Practice study is available here:
On Sunday, July 2, we’ll be looking at page 12 in the Covenant Theology in Practice – handout.
In our Sunday evening study on Covenant Theology in Practice, we’ll continue looking at the responsibilities of and boundaries between the institutions of Family, Church, and State. We’ll be on the last 2 pages of the handout below:
The last page is the current handout for the 5/21 Covenant Theology in Practice class, as we look at the relationship of the individual to the different God-ordained institutions, and then look at the boundary between the institutions of Church and Family.
Here is the handout for this week’s Covenant Theology in Practice class. We’ll look at how our view of the covenant helps define our views of Church, Family, and State, and their roles and responsibilities.
Here is the handout with pages 7-8, covering God’s law in Society, starting with the Church.
We’ll look at law in Special Revelation, starting on page 5 of the attached outline.
We’ll look at natural law, page 4 of this handout.
In our Covenant Theology in Practice study on Feb. 5, we’ll briefly look at several non-Reformed views and how they view the Covenant and the boundaries between church/state/family before we start diving deeper into the Reformed worldview (pages 3-4 in this handout).
Here is the outline for the Covenant Theology in Practice study, which starts on January 22.