Far as the Curse is Found
Michael D. Williams
God's covenant with his people is an unfolding historical drama with personal and earthly dimensions that are often overlooked.
In this retelling of God's unfolding covenant from creation to new creation, Michael D. Williams highlights the goodness of the physical realm and God's redemptive intentions for his creation. He leads us to wonder anew at the redemptive work of God in our own history, in our own human flesh.
Pastors, students, and those interested in biblical theology are among the many who will gain fresh insight into the biblical story of redemption.
Michael D. Williams (MTS, Harvard Divinity School; MDiv, Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary; PhD, University of Toronto) is professor of systematic theology at Covenant Theological Seminary. He was professor of theology at Dordt College for six years before joining the Covenant faculty. Dr. Williams is author of This World Is Not My Home and coauthor, with Robert A. Peterson, of Why I Am Not an Arminian. He is also highly regarded for his insightful articles on the nature of theology, theological method, history, and homosexuality.