Rescources 

February 1, 2020

Contrary to popular perception, biblical separation is not by necessity divisive and negative…but rather when in humility it is implemented, it is:

A positive instrument for the self-preservation of the church in a state of holiness (hä'-gē-os) which benefits her own public profession, which would otherwise be endangered or yet destroyed by continued religious fellowship with those who remain defiant to biblical truth...

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Eternal Generation of the Son:

 The Gospel's Glory Preserved

 November, 10 2018

The One God is triune. No Christian would deny this statement. The One God is three persons, each fully God, yet they are not each other. Again, Christians universally affirm this statement as well. The One God is a divine and infinite Being consisting of three subsistences: The Father unbegotten, the Son is eternally begotten of the Father, and the Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son. Though this last statement has been one that the Catholic, Orthodox (denying only the Spirit’s procession from the Son), and Protestant churches have universally confessed, it is nevertheless a statement that is under serious scrutiny in our day. The doctrine of the eternal generation of the Son, specifically, is rarely spoken of...
 

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  October 11, 2015

Part 1: Finding Local Resources 

 

Part 2: How to Utilize Geneologies 

Part 3: Helpful Adies to American Baptist History 

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In the early 1980s he began to preach through

the book of Ephesians, and because he was an

expositor of the Word, he went through and

unashamedly handled the text as it is given

there. And so that meant that as he came to

chapter 1 of Ephesians, he began to speak

about some of the doctrines of predestination

and election, and that began some rumblings

in the church. Then some months later he

became acquainted with a group of Reformed

Baptist men and became acquainted...

 

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The Baptist Catechism of 1693

The year 2014 marks three hundred and twenty five years since the Particular Baptists largely published their confession of faith in the year 1689 proceeding their General Assembly.  We are grateful to the kind providence of our Lord in not only its preservation but also its resurgence amongst Baptists in the latter half of the twentieth century.  Our prayer is that it will continue to serve as a faithful witness to the Churches of Jesus Christ, faithfully guiding her in the biblical truths of the Christian faith...
 

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The Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689

The Baptist Catechism of 1693 could be easily regarded as the leader in identifying the majority held doctrine by Baptists in both Europe and America during the eighteenth and well into the nineteenth century...
 
 

 

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I really have two reasons for writing. First of all, I am deeply desirous to commend the use of the 1689 Baptist Confession as a local church confession. I fear that Wright’s views would have all sorts of negative consequences for the cause of the reformation of Baptist churches in our day...
 

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It is with great joy that we offer this treasure of biblical truth which was the Catechism the late C.H. Spurgeon provided his church.  Charles H. Spurgeon lived from 1834-1892 and was greatly used by the Lord to faithfully preach and teach the gospel.  History has proven him to be one of the most influential Baptist ministers of all time and the most widely read...
 

 

November 14, 2014

My lecture in this hour is supposed to be on the outline, origin, and overview of the confession. That is to say, section 1 will be the analytical outline of the 1689 Baptist Confession, section 2 will be the historical origin of the 1689 Baptist Confession, and then section 3 will deal with the doctrinal overview of the confession.
 

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November 14, 2014

We will not start from covenant theology and make our way to the church. We’re going to start with two different churches. They appear to us to be very different in the way they function, and we’re going to see what are the foundations on which those two church understandings are based. So the doctrine of the church depends on a few questions. We need to know what is the church; who is a member of the church; how do you become a member of the church; what is the difference between the visible church and the invisible church; how do you become a Christian; how do you get into the new covenant; can you be a member of the church, a member of the new covenant, and not be saved; and what about the children, are they in the church covenant, are they in the new covenant by birth?

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