Evangelicals debate the answer to the question, ""Who are the heirs of the Abrahamic covenant?"" This book offers a brief summary of the major evangelical approaches to the covenant, an exegesis of the covenant, and a discussion on some of the hermeneutical issues related to the interpretation of the covenant. In this book, the Abrahamic covenant is viewed as God's answer to the failures of Gen 1-11. In those chapters, the seed of mankind became corrupted through the fall, the land was cursed with a consequent loss of man's dominion over it, and the divine-human relationship was ruptured. The Abrahamic covenant restores to all of believing mankind, regardless of ethnicity, the promise of seed, land, and divine-human relationship.