THE DISTINCTIVENESS OF BAPTIST COVENANT THEOLOGY
A Comparison Between Seventeenth-Century Particular Baptist and Paedobaptist Federalism
"This book by Pascal Denault is a welcome addition to the literature on an issue that has vexed many for too long. It is clear that the seventeenth-century Particular Baptists' formulation of covenant theology in the Second London Confession of Faith was a modified version of the one contained in the Westminster Confession of Faith. But why the different formulation? Denault's work goes ad fontes (to the sources) to find the answer."
Richard C. Barcellos, Ph. D., Palmdale, CA
"Pascal Denault deserves many thanks for his labor in researching and describing the nuances of English covenant theology in the Seventeenth Century. He has uncovered significant factors contibuting to the differences between Presbyterian and Particular Baptist thought and practice, describing theological categories in easily accessible terms."
James M. Renihan, Ph.D., Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies
"I pray that this work will contribute to the raising up of more reformed covenantal baptist churches which avoid the errors of dispensationalism, theonomy, the Federal Vision, and law/gospel errors. It is worthy to be read by all concerned."
Fred A. Malone, Ph.D., author of 'Baptism of Disciplies Alone'
"Not only do I think that this is an excellent and valuable resource. I believe it is one of the best upon this suibject. This is such an informative and helpful book that I pray that our covenant Lord provodentially places this book into the hands of every student of covenant theology."
Jeffrey D. Johnson, author of 'The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism'
"Denault's careful work on the seventeenth-century documents has yielded a strong, Bible-centered, covenantal defense of believers' baptism and is worthy of a dominant place in the contemporary discussions of both covenantalism and baptism."
Thomas J. Nettles, Ph.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
"This new study by Pascal Denault is most helpful in providing an accurate summary of the historic discussion between the Baptists and their fellow Puritans, and then showing the way this discussion bears on the contemporary treatment of a vital issue."
Michael A.G. Haykin, Th.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
"Whether one agrees or disagrees with Pascal's arguments and conclusion, nobody can read this book without admitting the seriousness and the soundness of the facts that are reported and that make it a most commendable book on the subject."
Raymond Perron, Ph.D., Quebec City, Qc