One of my least favorite things in the whole world is self-publicity. I don’t like it and I’m sure it’s unscriptural. The sin of calling attention to oneself is often exacerbated when one is promoting a ministry or a book. I have a book out soon. It’s not the work the world has been breathlessly waiting for, but it’s the best I can do. I hope I have written a sound, edifying, educational book which repays its purchase price. I think it does but my judgment is not to be wholly trusted on this matter.
According to the publisher,
The Words of the Covenant: A Biblical Theology, Vol. 1 - Old Testament Expectation
will be ready by the end of the month. I for one am greatly looking forward to holding a copy in my hands. But that is to be expected since I have slaved away at it for about five years plus change.
The Words of the Covenant
is just shy of 500 pages long and has over 1,300 footnotes (I tried to keep them down). I do not quote a lot of Dispensationalists because an affirmation from someone who is not oriented that way is weightier than from someone who would agree with one’s overall trajectory. Within its pages I present my ‘Biblical Covenantalism,’ at least of the Old Testament.
It can be bought for $42.49 in hardback and $32.49 paperback from