Remember the Vandals

Remember the Vandals From the February 1810 edition of the Baptist Magazine: At a meeting held at Wittenburg by the leading parties of the reformation with a view to promote the harmony of the [...]

Resolving Problems in Colossians 2:16-17

James M. Renihan Colossians 2:16 & 17 (NKJV): So let no one judge you in food or in drink, or regarding a festival or a new moon or sabbaths, 17 which are a shadow of things to come, but the [...]

Self Denial

This excerpt from Zenas Trivett’s Christian Duties appeared in the February 1810 edition of the Baptist Magazine, on page 66. He who will not use self-denial, can never make a peaceable member of [...]

Does a rejection of infant baptism require a rejection of the Lord’s Day Sabbath as well?

The popular 17th century Presbyterian preacher Stephen Marshall stated that rejecting infant baptism necessitated a rejection of the Lord’s Day Sabbath as well. Here is the reply from John [...]

Patrick Fairbairn on the Priority of the New Covenant

From Patrick Fairbairn, Prophecy, page 152 ff. It is implied that the revelations by prophecy, respecting the gospel age and its realities, were necessarily defective as to clearness and [...]

John Owen on the Divinely Appointed Means of Grace

From John Owen on The Saints’ Perseverance, Vol. 11:611 But yet I say, in an inquiry after and dijudication of truth, whatever I have been or may be straitened between different [...]

On the Eternity of God

“On the Eternity of God” is taken from the February 1810 issue of the Baptist Magazine, page 51. Though the language is somewhat antique, this wonderful statement of orthodox theology from an [...]

The Appendix to the Second London Confession (1689 Confession)

When the Second London Confession was published in 1677 (2 editions in 1677) and again in 1688, it included an Appendix seeking to provide further reasons why the Baptists considered it important [...]

Preface to the Second London Confession (1689 Confession)

While many who visit our site will be familiar with the Second London Confession (often called the 1689 Confession), usually they have only seen the text of the Confession itself. But when it was [...]

Success is Simple

By James M. Renihan This was originally posted on the Reformed Baptist Fellowship blog. Success is Simple In December 2006, I visited my daughter and son-in-law who live in Oklahoma City. On [...]

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