A Couple of Helpful Videos From the 1689 Federalism Website

Discover the covenantal heritage of the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith. In a previous post, I recommended the 1689 Federalism website as a good place to start if you want to get  a good introduction to Reformed Baptist theology. The site focuses on the Biblical basis for and the distinctiveness of Reformed Baptist Federalism, also known … Continue reading A Couple of Helpful Videos From the 1689 Federalism Website

Psalm 15 – Who Can Have Unhindered Fellowship with the LORD? (Teaching Outline)

Introduction: Charles Spurgeon refers to the opening verse of this psalm as “the great question. Asked by idle curiosity, despair, godly fear, earnest enquirer, soul troubled by falls of others, holy faith” (Treasury of David, e-Sword). Such are examples of the many motivations that lead people to ask such a question. Yet, no matter what motivates a person … Continue reading Psalm 15 – Who Can Have Unhindered Fellowship with the LORD? (Teaching Outline)

Baptist Reprints by Free Grace Press

Free Grace Press (FGP) has begun to reprint important books from past Baptists. These books have been specially selected for their importance for Baptist history as well as their helpfulness for the church today. They are of special interest to Reformed Baptists. FGP has recently released the second in this Baptist Reprints series. The book is called The … Continue reading Baptist Reprints by Free Grace Press

Bob Gonzales on the Impassibility of God

Some of the blog's longtime readers will remember that several years ago I had posted an article recommending a series of articles by Bob Gonzales, the Academic Dean and a professor of the Reformed Baptist Seminary, concerning the doctrine of the impassibility of God. Such readers may also have noticed that some time ago I removed … Continue reading Bob Gonzales on the Impassibility of God