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by Ray R. Sutton

Download That You May Prosper: Dominion by Covenant ePub
  • ISBN 0930464117
  • ISBN13 978-0930464110
  • Language English
  • Author Ray R. Sutton
  • Publisher Inst for Christian Economics; 1st edition edition (June 1, 1987)
  • Pages 347
  • Formats lit doc lrf azw
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Theology
  • Size ePub 1713 kb
  • Size Fb2 1994 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 564

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Ray Sutton demonstrates that only keeping the terms of the covenant will Christians truly prosper. That You May Prosper examines God's blueprints of abundant living for the family, church, and government.

Ray Sutton demonstrates that only keeping the terms of the covenant will Christians truly prosper. Utilizing careful and detailed Biblical exposition, and practical and lucid Biblical application, he shows just how God desires for us to obtain our promised victory. But he not only shows us all the hows of the covenant, he shows us all the whats, wheres, and whys as well. As Dr. Gary North states: "That You May Prosper will reshape covenant theology. Better put, it will actually define covenant theology from this point forward.

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Sutton, Ray . 1950That you may prosper : dominion by covenant, Ray R. Sutton. p. em. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 30464-11-7 (alk. paper). 1. Covenants - Religious aspects - Reformed Church. 2. Dominion Theology. 3. Law (Theology) 4. Reformed Church - Doctrines. 5. Sociology, Christian (Reformed Church) 6. Calvinism.

Home Ray R. Sutton That You May Prosper: Dominion by Covenant. That You May Prosper: Dominion by Covenant. ISBN 10: 0930464117, ISBN 13: 9780930464110. Published by Inst for Christian Economics, 1987. Condition: Good Hardcover. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, .

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That You May Prosper : Dominion by Covenant, The Institute for Christian Economics, (1987). Covenant Renewal 2 (1988) 4. "Oath and Symbol. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .

This is Ray R. Sutton's amazing book That You May Prosper - Dominion by. .Read any book dealing with the Biblical covenant. business, etc. Ray R. Sutton's, That You May Prosper, will reshape covenant theology. Sutton's amazing book That You May Prosper - Dominion by Covenant (1992) which cracks the code of the Bible's covenant structure and presents a clear, Biblically verifiable model of the covenant. At present, covenant theology has no shape, which is the whole problem.

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Felolak
I read the first third of this book as a .pdf and decided I had to buy it. I found the ideas and explanations in this volume very refreshing.
Hilarious Kangaroo
I thought that I knew something about the bible until I start reading the book. It opened my eyes to a new spear of thinking what has not been spoken or read before. It tells you what and when things happen and what caused them to be the way they are today. Man must return to God and not try to be a god by his own attitude through religion.
Era
Life changing. Best book on the covenant and on mans relationship to God.
Yozshujind
I write this review from a theonomic and reconstructionist point of view.

First, the positives. I believe the 5 point model is a helpful and easy way to understand the covenant. I believe Sutton demonstrates that all 5 points are a reality. And I agree with Sutton and Kline that the 5 points are found in the book of Deuteronomy. In addition, he jettisons the confusing and contrived Covenant of Works/Grace language for the biblical Old/New Covenant language. The 5 point model provides an easy way to understand and explain to somebody the contents within a covenant.

On the negative side, though I find the 5 point model good and helpful, I think many places he attempts to place it in scripture are contrived, such as the ten commandments. He looks for this 5 point model everywhere and quite often forces it into the passage. I think the 5 point covenant model needs to be viewed more like we view the 5 points of calvinism, or TULIP. They are all present, but need not be in a systematized order. In line with this, he goes on several tangents where he does exegesis of dubious validity. His section on the sacraments is very confusing, he is unclear about covenant objectivity by introducing the unfortunate phrase "visible covenant" at one point with no explanation, and at another time seriously undermines theonomic ethics. I don't agree with Dr. North that the movement stands or falls with this book.

But those few quibbles aside, this is genuinely a good book for understanding the covenant and it's contents. It's filled with helpful information on a variety of issues related to each of the 5 points. I would recommend this book to those seeking to understanding the Biblical meaning of covenants.
Malodor
Great book!!! Should be mandatory reading for every Christian.
Nawenadet
Inside Flap

"So keep the words of this covenant to do them, that you may prosper in all that you do."
(Deuteronomy 29:9)
God desires for His people to proper. He desires for His people to live in the full blessings of the Kingdom.
Unfortunately, because most Christians have not understood the nature of the covenant, they have pursued those blessings in an entirely un-Biblical fashion. They have resorted to the pop-psychology of positive thinking, or the pop-sociology of positive imaging, or the pop-theology of positive confession.
Ray Sutton demonstrates that only keeping the terms of the covenant will Christians truly prosper. Utilizing careful and detailed Biblical exposition, and practical and lucid Biblical application, he shows just how God desires for us to obtain our promised victory. But he not only shows us all the hows of the covenant, he shows us all the whats, wheres, and whys as well.
Whether your interest in theological or practical, philosophical or persona, sociological or devotional, That You May Prosper is certain to be an eye-opening contribution to your Christian walk.

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God's relationship with us is covenantal. He judges us covenantally. He fellowships with us covenantally He disciplines us, rewards us, and cares for us covenantally. The covenant then, according to Sutton, is the Bible's most important doctrine relating to the communion of God and man. If we do not understand what the covenant is or how it works, we are certain to be crippled in our walk with Christ. That You May Prosper examines God's blueprints of abundant living for the family, church, and government. As Dr. Gary North states: "That You May Prosper will reshape covenant theology. Better put, it will actually define covenant theology from this point forward."
Danskyleyn
Wow what a phenomenal book so far. I'm only about 40 pages in but my goodness it is awesome. I never attended college or and type of seminary school/ classes, and I am hungry to learn more about my Lord and about my own theology. Unfortunately I was not even aware of anything related to a "covenant", but I am grateful that I was blessed to have heard about this book. I was actually listening to a podcast called Apologia Radio, which has tremendously intensified my relationship with Christ. That is why whenever they mention books or resources I trust their recommendations. They had a guest on by the name of Joel McDermon, from American Vision. At the end of the podcast the host Jeff Durbin asked him what books he would recommend new (or "novice" like myself) Christians to start out with, and That You May Prosper was his 1st recommendation. So I went onto Amazon and, without really having a clue what this book was about, I ordered it. Very glad I did. It's a little on the academic side, meaning that it's not the kind of book you will just breeze through. It's rich with history and thought-provoking statements, and it's important to allow your brain to fully comprehend the material. Overall if you're someone who wants to gain a richer understanding of Christianity this is by FAR a must!!!!!
God deals and meets with His people through covenant. The most fundamental institutions of life - church, family, and state - are all covenantal. In this book, Bp. Sutton lays out what he sees as the "model" structure that underlies all covenant making. At points, his conclusions and applications are a bit aggressive; but overall, this is an excellent book.
The publisher's claims are puffery-bordering-on-balderdash. Only read his comments after you've read Sutton's.