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Six Ways a Church Should Use a Confession of Faith [Jeff Robinson]

Founders: Particular Baptist churches planted in the tumultuous soil of 17th century England grew up and bore fruit under a nasty set of doctrinal and methodological accusations, including that they subscribed to libertarian free will, denied original sin, that their pastors baptized women in the nude, and were opponents of church and crown. Perhaps their most … Continue reading Six Ways a Church Should Use a Confession of Faith [Jeff Robinson]

New Book: My First Catechism (Reformed Baptist)

My First Catechism (Reformed Baptist) Teaching Kids Biblical Truth $2.00 From the Preface: My First Catechism is a simple primer on the Christian faith in general and the Reformed Baptist faith in particular (as it is preserved and expressed in the 1689 Second London Baptist Confession of Faith). The structure and outline are designed to … Continue reading New Book: My First Catechism (Reformed Baptist)

Eternally Begotten of the Father: An Analysis of the 1689’s Doctrine of the Eternal Generation of the Son by Stefan Lindblad [PDF]

Andrew Lindsey: [Here’s something I originally posted on 2/18/14. With some current controversies within evangelicalism, it suddenly seems timely.] The Baptist Confession of Faith (1689), 2.3: In this divine and infinite Being there are three subsistences, the Father, the Word or Son, and Holy Spirit, of one substance, power, and eternity, each having the whole … Continue reading Eternally Begotten of the Father: An Analysis of the 1689’s Doctrine of the Eternal Generation of the Son by Stefan Lindblad [PDF]

Today is the 50th Anniversary of the first gathering of the modern Reformed Baptists in America [Tom Chantry]

Tom Chantry: “…Thus many of us seem to be as men without a country, or as odd individualists in other fellowships. Yet we do not relish the spirit of total independency which is plagued with weakness. Perhaps it is time to begin a Fellowship of like-minded brethren for mutual edification and encouragement…” – Walter J. … Continue reading Today is the 50th Anniversary of the first gathering of the modern Reformed Baptists in America [Tom Chantry]

Tom Chantry’s radio interview on “The Church’s Role in the Moral Collapse of our Society” [Iron Sharpens Iron]

From the recently posted September 22, 2015 Iron Sharpens Iron Radio show: “The CHURCH’s Role in the MORAL COLLAPSE of our Society” with guest TOM CHANTRY Pastor of Christ Reformed Baptist Church of Milwaukee, WI 2 hour audio [mp3]: http://media.blubrry.com/ironsharpensiron/p/ironsharpensironradio.com/podcast/20150922ISI.mp3 You can find the articles that spawned this discussion here:

New Book: “Faith and Life for Baptists: The Documents of the London Particular Baptist General Assemblies, 1689-1694” [RBAP]

Faith and Life for Baptists: The Documents of the London Particular Baptist General Assemblies, 1689-1694 Edited by James M. Renihan Description: The documents of the London Particular Baptist General Assemblies, 1689-1694, are contained in this book. Each General Assembly published aNarrative of its acts, and several supporting documents were also released. The 1677Confession of Faith … Continue reading New Book: “Faith and Life for Baptists: The Documents of the London Particular Baptist General Assemblies, 1689-1694” [RBAP]

Richard Barcellos’ radio interview on his book “Better Than the Beginning” [Iron Sharpens Iron]

From the recently posted February 23, 2016 Iron Sharpens Iron Radio show (relevant audio begin a little before the 63 minute mark): RICHARD BARCELLOS, Pastor of Grace Reformed Baptist Church, Palmdale, CA, on “BETTER THAN THE BEGINNING: Creation in Biblical Perspective” 2 hour audio: http://media.blubrry.com/ironsharpensiron/p/ironsharpensironradio.com/podcast/20160223ISI.mp3 Check out our interviews with the author on this book:

New Book: “The Christian Sabbath: Its Redemptive-Historical Foundation, Present Obligation, & Practical Observance” by Robert Martin

The Christian Sabbath: Its Redemptive-Historical Foundation, Present Obligation, and Practical Observance by Dr. Robert Paul Martin  Summary: Christian history has shown that in each generation the issue of the role of God’s law in the Christian life always resolves itself into a critical question, especially for those who wish to affirm the integrity and on-going authority … Continue reading New Book: “The Christian Sabbath: Its Redemptive-Historical Foundation, Present Obligation, & Practical Observance” by Robert Martin

ARBCA 2016 General Assembly audio now online. Feat. Miller, J. Renihan, D. Lindblad, Crosby, Hodgins, Slate, Waters

Audio from the 2016 Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America (ARBCA) General Assembly [which took place on April 26-28, 2016 at Grace Reformed Baptist Church in Rockford, Illinois] , is now online: Devotional John 17:1-5 | Thomas Waters [mp3]: http://mp3.sa-media.com/media/56161559321/56161559321.mp3 – Redemption Accomplished | Pastor Jerry Slate [mp3]: http://mp3.sa-media.com/media/56161544531/56161544531.mp3 – A Defense of Confessionalism | Arden Hodgins [mp3]: http://mp3.sa-media.com/media/5616150307/5616150307.mp3 – A Tale … Continue reading ARBCA 2016 General Assembly audio now online. Feat. Miller, J. Renihan, D. Lindblad, Crosby, Hodgins, Slate, Waters

Jeff Johnson’s two hour radio interview on his book “The Church: Why Bother?” [Iron Sharpens Iron | AUDIO]

From the recently posted Feb. 17, 2016 show: JEFFREY D. JOHNSON, Founder of Free Grace Press & Pastor of Grace Bible Church in Conway, AR, will address his book: “THE CHURCH: WHY BOTHER? The Nature, Purpose & Functions of the LOCAL CHURCH” Two hour audio [mp3]: http://media.blubrry.com/ironsharpensiron/p/ironsharpensironradio.com/podcast/20160217ISI.mp3 You may also listen to your two part … Continue reading Jeff Johnson’s two hour radio interview on his book “The Church: Why Bother?” [Iron Sharpens Iron | AUDIO]

Consider the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith [J. Ryan Davidson]

J. Ryan Davidson: Huddled together in 1644, representatives of 7 churches gathered to summarize their common confession, and to distinguish themselves from the Anabaptists and the Arminians. It was a time of turmoil, and the river of the Reformation had swept across the banks of London. This was one of the first of several non-Anglican … Continue reading Consider the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith [J. Ryan Davidson]

New Book: “The Gospel Heritage of Georgia Baptists: 1772-1830” by Brandon Smith & Kurt Smith + Radio Interview [ISI]

THE GOSPEL HERITAGE OF GEORGIA BAPTISTS: 1772 – 1830 Who Were They and What Did They Believe? Kurt Smith and Brandon Smith with Introduction by Tom Nettles $14.95 (40% Discount!) Description:   TOM NETTLES begins his helpful Introduction with these words: “This present volume highlights the early days of theological witness among Baptists in Georgia. … Continue reading New Book: “The Gospel Heritage of Georgia Baptists: 1772-1830” by Brandon Smith & Kurt Smith + Radio Interview [ISI]

Jeff Johnson’s radio interview on his latest book “The Absurdity of Unbelief” [Iron Sharpens Iron | AUDIO]

The Iron Sharpen’s Iron Radio Podcast is resuming, and just this week they posted the following interview from Feb. 4, 2016: JEFFREY D. JOHNSON, Founder of Free Grace Press & Pastor of Grace Bible Church in Conway, AR, will address his book: “THE ABSURDITY of UNBELIEF: A Worldview Apologetic of the Christian Faith“ 2 hour audio: http://media.blubrry.com/ironsharpensiron/p/ironsharpensironradio.com/podcast/20160204ISI.mp3

The 1689 Baptist Confession on the Role of Civil Government [Tom Hicks]

Historically, American Calvinistic Baptists have been fairly unified on their understanding of the role of civil government. They expressed their views in various confessions but the the Second London Baptist Confession was their mother confession. In Chapter 24, Of the Civil Magistrate, it provides the historic Calvinistic Baptist understanding of the role of civil government. It reads: CHAPTER 24; OF … Continue reading The 1689 Baptist Confession on the Role of Civil Government [Tom Hicks]

Reformed Resources from a 1689 Perspective