The Self-attesting Authority of Scripture (Teaching Outline)

Introduction: The Baptist Confession of 1689 speaks of our strongly held belief in the self-attesting truth and authority of Scripture when it states: We may be moved and induced by the testimony of the Church of God to a high and reverent esteem of the Holy Scriptures; and the heavenliness of the matter, the efficacy … Continue reading The Self-attesting Authority of Scripture (Teaching Outline)

"The Inspiration and Authority of the Old Testament" by Bob Gonzales

As usual, Bob Gonzales offers excellent teaching. He gives an overview of the Biblical doctrine of the inspiration and authority of Scripture, with special emphasis, of course, on the inspiration and authority of the Old Testament Scriptures. He covers 1) the Self-Attestation of Scripture, 2) the Self-Authentication of Scripture, and 3) the Spirit's Saving Authentication … Continue reading "The Inspiration and Authority of the Old Testament" by Bob Gonzales

Is God Selfish to Seek Worship and to Act for His Own Glory?

The following post was a Lord's Supper message given by Ben Murphy, with whom I am privileged to serve as an elder at Immanuel Baptist Church. In 1998, during my first semester at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, I was in a car accident and was taken from the scene of the accident to the hospital … Continue reading Is God Selfish to Seek Worship and to Act for His Own Glory?

Captive to the Word of God

Stuart Brogden has given us an excellent resource on what it means to be a Reformed Baptist in his book Captive to the Word of God: A Particular Baptist Perspective on Reformed and Covenant Theology. This book has the perfect title. Though Baptists are not the only one’s who affirm Sola Scriptura, in my opinion, … Continue reading Captive to the Word of God