A Difference Between Reformed Baptist & Paedobaptist Covenant Theology [Pascal Denault]

Some pages of Pascal Denault’s The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology highlighted at Reformed for His Glory: What I mean is this: The law, introduced 430 years later, does not set aside the covenant previously established by God and thus do away with the promise. For if the inheritance depends on the law, then it no …

Nov. Week 1 Headlines from the Dunker Bunker [Podcast]

Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, iTunes or by Email – Headlines: From Jason: [Free E-Book Friday] The Travels Of True Godliness by Benjamin Keach + Intro by Dr. Renihan Reflections on Reformed Baptist History [Dave Dykstra & Tom Chantry] Dr. G. K. Beale interviewed at SCRBPC 2013 [Video] Book Review of Pascal Denault’s “The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant …

Interview #19: Jeff Johnson – The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism + More

On episode 19 of our podcast, we got Brandon Adams to interview Jeff Johnson about his book The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism. This is part one of a two part interview (here is part 2.) After that, we have Sam Renihan on our “Ask a Reformed Baptist” segment. We talk about some Reformed …

Interview #18: Sam Renihan – Recovering a Covenantal Confessional Heritage + More

On episode 18 of our podcast, we interview Sam Renihan about Recovering a Covenantal Confessional Heritage. We get into the authors of our confession, why the 1689 chapter 7 “of God’s Covenant” is different than that of the Westminster and Savoy documents, and how we should move forward from here. After that, we talk about some Reformed …

Publication Notification Sign-up for Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Covenant & Biblical Theology by Jeff Johnson

You know we love books from 1689’rs and love to let you all know of upcoming stuff. Well, this was exciting news from 1689Federalism. A new book by Jeffrey D. Johnson is coming soon. Here is the description: Is there a central plot to the Bible? And if so, why is the Bible divided into two …

$1 Booklet Sale + More From Solid Ground Christian Books

Some more good sales going on at Solid Ground that I think are worth pointing out. Here are just a few: The List Price on most of our booklets is $5.00 but we have now reduced them to just $1.00 each.  These are perfect for Church Literature Tables, and for give-aways to friends, families, customers and neighbors.  The booklets are …

Interview #4: Richard Barcellos – Better Than The Beginning: Creation in Biblical Perspective (1 of 2) + Book Giveaway

On episode four of our podcast, we begin a two part interview with Richard Barcellos on his new book Better Than The Beginning: Creation In Biblical Perspective [buy via Amazon | Amazon UK]. After that, we talk about some Reformed Baptist headlines and give you a preview of next week’s episode featuring part 2 of …

Sam Renihan’s Particular Voices Blog With Nehemiah Coxe Snippets

Martin Marprelate, on his blog, points out the blog we were talking about on podcast #3 with Pascal Denault: American theologian Sam Renihan has an interesting new blog, named Particular Voices [Interesting bits and pieces of 17th century literature.].   It consists of snippets from Puritan writers, mostly Particular Baptists… Many of them are on covenant …

[Book] Covenant Theology: A Baptist Distinctive

Because of our last two podcast, we’ve mentioned a lot of Baptist Covenant Theology… but in case you haven’t heard there is another new book on Covenant Theology and Baptist history that is available from Solid Ground Christian Books. Covenant Theology: A Baptist Distinctive that was released in January 2013 and seeks to guide and guard the recent …

w00t! Introducing Our New Podcast + A Book Giveaway!

We are excited to announce to you the inaugural episode of The Confessing Baptist Podcast! Today we explain why we made ConfessingBaptist.com and this podcast, followed up by the background of the three main guys behind this. After that, we talk about some Reformed Baptist news and give you a preview of next week’s episode …