Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Thoughts upon John Frame’s Systematic Theology by Jeff Johnson via Reformed Baptist Blog Even with his inconsistency, John Frame is still John Frame and the strengths of this book far outweigh its shortcomings. It lines up nicely with the rest of my books on systematic theology. As a pastor, I am in search for the perfect systematic theology book …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Adam and the 10 Commandments by Nick Kennicott via The Decablog To understand the fall of creation, and specifically what Adam did in the garden to bring all of creation into a state of sin and misery, we must identify what law(s) Adam actually broke. Was it just that God told Adam to not eat of the fruit, but …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

The reminiscing of a friend by Conrad Mbewe via A Letter from Kabwata When my good friend, Pastor Choolwe Mwetwa of Central Baptist Church in Chingola, heard the news of my completion of PhD studies, he wrote me saying, “I am not a blogger as you know (it is bad manners to ask why). But allow me to post …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Our Bapti-Bots discovered a new blog by Pastor Jeffery Smith: The Honor of God is at Stake by Jeffery Smith via Burning and Shining Light Can you say and can I say that what matters most to me is not my own advantage or my own reputation or my own security. What matters most to me is …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Of Weddings and Funerals by Tom Chantry I am perpetually astonished to hear and read pastors repeating the same complaint: “I just hate doing weddings and funerals.”  It is a sentiment I cannot comprehend.  Let me see if I can explain.   The Narrow Mind 13.5 via Gene Cook Jr. Part 2 of interview with Sam Harris and Joe Rogan. http://media.blubrry.com/mind/podcast.unchainedradio.com/podcast/nm13.5l.mp3 …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Fuller on the Covenant of Works via Feileadh Mor Random quotes from Andrew Fuller about the covenant of works… Effective personal evangelism: faith by Jeremy Walker via Reformation21 Blog The marks of effective personal evangelism we have surveyed so far are love, tenacity, boldness, consistency,understanding and prayer. The seventh mark of the effective personal evangelist is faith. With prayer is allied faith. Proof that the Old Testament …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Musing over the Strange Fire Conference via Reforming Baptist During the week of the conference, I followed some blog posts and tweets to get the reactions of Charismatics about what was being said. Most of the reactions, in my opinion were weak such as: “Don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater”; “Paul said not to forbid …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Coxe/Owen now back in stock via Reformed Baptist Academic Press RBAP’s most important title is now back in stock here. Love him or hate him, Calvin is a towering figure on the landscape of American Christianity by Jeff Robinson via Founders Ministries: The Blog below are 10 major areas in which Calvin’s thought has shaped 21st century Western civilization. Suffice it say …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith – Chapters 13-15 (mp3) by Mark Nenadov via All Things Expounded I’ve just recorded and uploaded the mp3s for Chapter 13 (Of Sanctification), http://www.allthingsexpounded.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/secondlondonbaptistconfession_13.mp3   Chapter 14 (Of Saving Faith), http://www.allthingsexpounded.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/secondlondonbaptistconfession_14.mp3   and Chapter 15 (Of Repentance Unto Life and Salvation) of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. http://www.allthingsexpounded.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/secondlondonbaptistconfession_15.mp3   – A Church Without Masks by John Samson via Effectual Grace …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

2nd London Baptist Confesion of Faith – Chapter 8 (mp3) by Mark Nenadov via All Things Expounded I’ve just recorded and uploaded the mp3 for Chapter 8 (Of Christ the Mediator) of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. http://www.allthingsexpounded.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/secondlondonbaptistconfession_08.mp3 – Nigeria Bound by Nick Kennicott via The Decablog I am writing from the Frankfurt, Germany airport on my way to Nigeria. This is my …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Baptists Are Not A Confessional / Creedal People? by Joshua Breland via SBC Heritage Are Baptists a confessional people? This was one question recently answered by Dr. Greg Wills of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Speaking as part of a panel at a recent event at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wills addressed the claim of late Southern Baptist Herschel Hobbs that Baptists are not a creedal people. …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting

The New Birth: Before or After Repentance & Faith? » by Drew Mery via Reformed Baptist Daily The doctrine of the new birth, also known as regeneration, is a central teaching in the broader doctrine of salvation.  Unfortunately, not all Christians see eye-to-eye in regards to the place of regeneration in the ordo salutis (order of salvation)… – 1 Corinthians 8:5,6 » by John …

Site Changes: New Blog Roundup, RSS Feed, Twitter Account + More [Bapti-bots]

[01100101011000110110100001101111] Changes: Update: Listen to us talk about the changes on this episode of the Dunker Bunker Headlines We are going to use our main RSS feed for more of a news focus [new books, events, resources, deals, etc.]. So, instead of peppering that feed with blogs throughout the day then doing a roundup of …

Weekly Roundup: Everything Else That We Didn’t Get Around To Posting

Don’t forget that we now also have a midweek roundup and our headlines podcast every Thursday night:   The Healthy Medicine of Hell » via Mark Chanski Last night at our Hope College bible study, we talked about Hell as taught in the bible.  Like taking medicine, it wasn’t pleasant.  But it was health giving.  Our Lord Jesus …