Meaning of covenantal in English:

covenantal

Pronunciation /kʌv(ə)ˈnant(ə)l/

See synonyms for covenantal

adjective

See covenant

‘The reader is left seeking an appraisal of the validity and relevance of Calvin's covenantal argument.’
  • ‘A Jewish wedding for us is not just a wedding, it is a covenantal affirmation that there is a Jewish future.’
  • ‘Marriage is a covenantal union of man and woman who become one.’
  • ‘In a covenantal life we are called to love one another, because ‘he first loved us’.’
  • ‘It is a covenantal, lifetime relationship between one man and one woman.’