Treaty of the Great King: The Covenant Structure of Deuteronomy: Studies and Commentary
Kline, Meredith G.
"One of the most important Reformed theologians of the covenant in the modern period, Kline is a genuine heir of the traditions of Cocceius and Vos . This book is the gateway to the rest of his writings. It is brilliant, stimulating and edifying.See All
R. Scott Clark
Westminster Seminary California
In Treaty of the Great King, Kline gives a detailed analysis and strong evidence for supporting the correlation of Deuteronomy as being a legal document between Israel and YHWH that was patterned after ancient Near Eastern treaties with Moses as its primary compiler. Kline also provides numerous and valuable bibliographic footnotes.
Published January 2012
About the Author
Dr. Kline was ordained by the Presbytery of New Jersey of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church on March 5, 1948. After serving as pastor of Calvary OPC in Ringoes, New Jersey for two years, he was called upon to use his gifts to train future pastors and teachers at the seminary level.
For over 50 years, Dr. Kline served Christ as a professor of Old Testament. He earned a reputation as an influential theologian and respected scholar while teaching at Westminster Theological Seminary, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and Westminster Seminary California. Both Gordon-Conwell and Westminster Seminary honored him by appointing him professor emeritus.
On April 14, 2007, the Lord called his servant Dr. Meredith G. Kline home to glory.
(Written by Andrew Moody, www.opc.org.)