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By A. T. B. McGowan

McGowan stories demanding situations to and disagreements over Reformed covenant theology and proposes that its strengths can most sensible be retained by way of keeping apart the 2 key rules of union with Adam/Christ and God’s covenantal dealings along with his people.

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