We are continuing our ongoing series through the Second London Baptist Confession. This year we are on Chapter Eight “Of Christ the Mediator.”
The audio for the 2014 Keach Conference on the theme “Of Christ the Mediator” (Chapter Eight, 2LBCF 1689) has been posted…
Here also are a few memorable quotes from the messages which I jotted down in my notes (see the recordings for exact citations):
JS: The question is not, “Is he worth it?”, but, “Is he worthy?”
EB: The Second London Baptist Confession (1689) was the apex of the Protestant Confessions. All the confessions created after 1689 are considerably weaker.
EB: God may bury his ministers, but he never buries his work!
JS: All of the Bible is about Jesus. A Jewish man once visited Francis Schaeffer’s L’Abri Fellowship. Someone there asked if he could read to him a passage from the Bible and proceeded to read aloud Isaiah 53. The Jewish man responded angrily: “You know I’m a Jew, why are you reading to me from the New Testament?” The man who read the passage responded: “But that’s Isaiah, from the Old Testament.” Not long after hearing this passage read, the Jewish man was converted and eventually became a Presbyterian minister.
Session I (Friday evening, September 26, 2014):
Session II (Saturday morning, September 27, 2014):
Earl Blackburn: The Work of the Holy Spirit in the Life and Ministry of Christ the Mediator (John 3:34) [mp3]: