Confessing The Faith: The 1689 Baptist Confession For the 21st
Edited by Stan Reeves
©2012 Founders Press
60 pages (soft cover)
Recommended by Michael A.G. Haykin, Sam Waldron, Richard Barcellos & Robert “Bob” Gonzalez
Stan Reeves serves as an elder at Grace Heritage Church in Auburn, AL, and is a professor at Auburn University. He also serves as the webmaster for Founders Ministries.
The audio is now available from the 6th Andrew Fuller Conference, “Andrew Fuller & His Friends.” Here is what the conference was all about:
It is not every Baptist theologian who has a movement named after him, but Andrew Fuller was so important a theologian that historians of the church actually talk about a perspective called “Fullerism.” Fuller’s views, though, were not the product of simply his own theological reflection, but were formulated by him in dialogue with a close circle of friends and subsequent joint action with these friends, especially in missionary endeavors. This year The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies is thrilled to devote its annual conference to thinking about Fuller’s friends: their lives and ministries and how they shaped and were shaped by Fuller, whom later generations called “the elephant of Kettering”-a reference to his weighty theological influence. Come and join us this September as we spend time and energy in thinking about a past Christian thinker and his circle of friends whose influence for good and for the Kingdom of the Lord Jesus has been enormous.
And here are the audios:
Gary Marble has updated his site – 1689commentary.org A Layman’s Commentary of the 1689/1677 Second London Baptist Confession of Faith