Recently Matthias Media, publisher of The Briefing (one of the best Christian magazines available), began to draw up a list of principles they have entitled Gospel Convictions: A call to evangelical integrity in truth and life.In the process of writing these principles, they have been seeking feedback, especially from subscribers to The Briefing. Here is … Continue reading Gospel Convictions: A Statement From Matthias Media
This is just a reminder to the blog's readers that, as I announced on September 1, I am going to offer a free copy of two of the Journey books for Christmas this year to one of the blog's email subscribers. They will include the recent book, A Journey in Heresy, and the first book … Continue reading A Subscriber Will Receive Two Free Journey Books For Christmas
Back in July I posted a brief defense for Why I Call Myself a Reformed Baptist. In that article I also mentioned a poll I had conducted in 2007-2008 that revealed some significant diversity among those who would call themselves Reformed Baptists. I have also previously cited a paper by Jim Savastio entitled What is … Continue reading What is a Reformed Baptist Church?
In an earlier post, I wrote about the suggestions offered by Tom Nettles regarding Chapter 20, "Of the Gospel, and of the extent of the Grace thereof." I also took note of a suggested alteration of Nettles' proposal offered by Bob Gonzales. Today, however, I would like to begin a series of posts offering some … Continue reading Suggested Changes to the Baptist Confession of 1689 – Chapter One
As the regular readers of this blog already know, Dr. Belcher has recently contributed a series of four articles concerning the heresy of Charles G. Finney. But I wanted to remind the blog's readers that Dr. Belcher has also recently finished his latest book in the Journey series of theological novels, A Journey in Heresy, … Continue reading A Journey in Heresy is Now Available