Books on the Biblical Covenants
I am looking for some books on the Biblical Covenants (Noah, Abraham, Sinai, Phineas, David, etc), preferably from an Academic-Evangelical perspective. Something that examines each of the covenants and spends some time examining them not only in their immediate and Biblical context but also considers the broader issue of covenant treaty forms common in the ANE and the continuity/discontinuity in these regards.
Kaiser's, "Toward an Old Testament Theology" covers much of this ground, but his (excellent) work focuses more on his presentation of the promise than discussing some of the broader issues, conflicts, and viewpoints on each of the covenants and the covenants in general. The book does not necessarily engage the New Testament to any great degree either (although I understand that
Also any books that give a good/fair summary of some of the different approaches to the covenants (covenant theology, dispensationalism, hyper-dispensationalism, etc) would be helpful as well.
Another covenant resource and a question
I have just discovered this resource:
The Covenants: The Key to God's Relationship with Mankind
By Kevin Conner and Ken Malmin
I just acquired this and have only begun studying it. I bought it because I know the author, Kevin Conner, to be thorough. And in this book he lives up to his reputation. As an example, he addresses a nagging question of mine: "What in the Old Covenant is completed? and What remains to be completed in the New Covenant?"
Those of you who've used the resources already mentioned, tell me please, which ones address this question?