If you want a helpful cite that offers good reviews of and recommendations for quality Bibles, then you will want to check out the Bible Design Blog. This blog is all about how Bibles are designed and bound, as well as the materials used. Here is a brief description of the blog from its … Continue reading Check Out the Bible Design Blog
This year the Reformed Baptist Blog would like to thank our readers by offering an opportunity to two of the blog's email subscribers to receive a free book for Christmas this year. Two of our readers will receive a free copy of Dr. Jeff Johnson's upcoming book The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Biblical and Covenant … Continue reading Christmas Giveaway – The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Biblical & Covenant Theology
In case some of our readers missed it, last month Brandon Adams (author of the Contrast blog) interviewed our own Jeff Johnson about his book The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism. The interview was posted as a podcast in two parts at the Confessing Baptist website: Part One Part Two You will want … Continue reading Jeff Johnson Interview Regarding The Fatal Flaw
Earlier today Al Mohler posted a blog article entitled Can Evangelical Chaplains Serve God and Country?—The Crisis Arrives. Here is the opening of the article: Can chaplains committed to historic biblical Christianity serve in the United States military? That question, though inconceivable to our nation’s founders, is now front and center. And the answer to … Continue reading "Can Evangelical Chaplains Serve God and Country?—The Crisis Arrives" by Al Mohler
Discover the covenantal heritage of the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith. If you want to get a good introduction to Reformed Baptist theology, a good place to start is the 1689 Federalism website, which focuses on the Biblical basis for and the distinctiveness of Reformed Baptist Federalism, also known as Covenant Theology, as outlined in … Continue reading Check Out the 1689 Federalism Website
Earlier this year Shawn Mathis, pastor of Providence Presbyterian Church (OPC), Denver, Colorado, wrote an article entitled What Is a Family Integrated Church? The article has a subheading that reads "Rejecting activities which separate children from parents," and this immediately lets the reader know about one of the core principles at the center of the Family … Continue reading "What Is a Family Integrated Church?" by Shawn Mathis
Although the blog's regular readers already know that I cannot agree with every point John makes when he criticizes his fellow Evangelicals in this area of doctrine (see here), I could not agree more with his assertions in this video.