Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology

In case our blog's readers haven't noticed yet, over at the 1689 Federalism website, on their books page, is a sign up form to be notified when the forthcoming book, Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology, is published. It promises to be an important work from a collection of excellent Reformed Baptist … Continue reading Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology

Reminder – The Christmas Giveaway is Coming!

This is just a reminder to the blog's readers that, as I announced on September 23, 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 … Continue reading Reminder – The Christmas Giveaway is Coming!

Christmas Giveaway – The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Biblical & Covenant Theology

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

The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Biblical & Covenant Theology by Jeff Johnson

The blog's readers may well remember that I once recommended Jeff Johnson's book The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism as the best I have read on the subject. I also described it as a very helpful book in understanding Covenant Theology from a Reformed Baptist perspective. Now, however, Jeff Johnson has written … Continue reading The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Biblical & Covenant Theology by Jeff Johnson

Eternal Life and the Mosaic Covenant

Was the Mosaic Covenant only concerned about temporal blessings? Was living long and peaceful lives in a land filled with milk and honey the ultimate reward for obeying the Law of Moses? Or was eternal life the ultimate promise of the Mosaic Covenant. New Covenant Theology (NCT) views the Law of Moses as a code … Continue reading Eternal Life and the Mosaic Covenant

"What is a Reformed Baptist?" Poll Results

Although I had planned to run the poll for an entire year, I have discovered that Blogger's poll feature began to lose votes after it passed 100. It seemed to work fine, in fact, until it got up to 114 votes, after which votes began to disappear and the number began to fluctuate up and … Continue reading "What is a Reformed Baptist?" Poll Results

Debate on Baptism: For Infants or Believers Only?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoVXoH585gw This baptism debate between James White and Bill Shishko is a good example of what fair, honest, respectful, and scholarly debate between two Reformed men ought to look like. White argues that "Baptism is ONLY for those who have personally repented & believed in Christ," while Shishko argues that ""Baptism is NOT only for … Continue reading Debate on Baptism: For Infants or Believers Only?