Building on Covenant and Eschatology: The Divine Drama, this volume is part two of a three-part project surveying essential topics of Christian theology through the lens of covenant. In Lord and Servant: A Covenant Christology, Michael Horton explores the topics that are generally grouped under the doctrines of God, humanity, and Christology. Rather than attempt a general systematic theology, Horton revisits these topics at the places where covenant and eschatology offer the most promising insight and where there is the most contemporary interest and debate.
Theology Today(Vol. 63, No. 2, July 2006)"Impressively, Horton uses the covenantal perspective to bring a vast array of ancient, modern, and contemporary theological voices intofruitful conversation. Lord and Servant, therefore, would be of interest to theologians, historians, and pastors of all stripes."--Todd V. Cioffi, Princeton Theological Seminary
Studi di teologia(Vol. 28, 2006)"Aspettiamo il terzo volume."--Leonardo De Chirico