The relevant sections of the Westminster Standards are quoted as well as a handful of the Westminster Divines and other puritans.
The Covenant of Grace, 1950, 27 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology
The Dual Aspect of the Covenant, 1950, 16 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology
The Different Dispensations of the Covenant, 1950, 35 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology
Article on the Reformed Hisotry of
Ball, John – A Treatise of the Covenant of Grace 1645, 380
Ball’s treatise was very influential upon the Westminster Assembly.
Gillespie, Patrick – The Ark of the Testament Opened, a Treatise of the Covenant of Grace 1661, only Ch. 8 is online.
Patrick (1617-1675) was a Scottish covenanter and the younger brother of George Gillespie. This work, coming later in the 1600’s, was perhaps the fullest puritan discussion of the Covenant of Grace, analyzing all the significant works that came before it.
“We are not the world’s, not Satan’s, not our own; we are the Lord’s.”
John ‘Rabbi’ Duncan