https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpx9lZO9THk Yesterday, Anthony Uvenio interviewed Brandon Adams of 1689Federalism.com, which I think is the best website for anyone who wants to become acquainted with Reformed Baptist theology. It is a very interesting discussion, and I recommend taking time to watch.
The Petty France blog has a page dedicated to Online Particular Baptist Resources, and it is definitely worth checking out. Here is the page description: This page is dedicated to collating online links to copies of Particular Baptist literature (which are rare). PDF downloads of original sources are the preferred material, but transcribed works are … Continue reading A Good Place to Find Online Particular Baptist Resources
I love systematic theology. In fact, I have a whole bookshelf dedicated to systematic theology. Some of my favorites are De Doctrina Christiana by Augustine and Peter Lombard’s Sentences. I can hardly resist them. Aquinas, Barth, Bavinck, Berkhof, Brakel, Brown, Dabney, Dagg, Erickson, Frame, Gill, Hodge, Horton, Turretin, Reymond, Vos, Warfield, and the like fill … Continue reading Review of Greg Nichols’ Lectures in Systematic Theology, Vol. 2
I am regularly asked why I don't go to the largest, fastest growing church where most twenty somethings go in our town. It doesn't make sense to some why my wife and I choose to be part of a simple average sized church. By Bible-Belt expectations, I shouldn't want to go to church where the … Continue reading I Shouldn’t Be a Reformed Baptist
Some years ago I was happy to post Brandon Adam's Collapsible Outline of Owen on Hebrews 8:6-13. Today I would like to post another such outline offered by Brandon, this time of Nehemiah Coxe's A Discourse of the Covenants that God Made with Men before the Law. These outlines should prove quite helpful when reading … Continue reading Brandon Adams’ Helpful Outline of Nehemiah Coxe’s Discourse of the Covenants