Benjamin Beddome’s Exposition of the Baptist Catechism

A couple of years ago, Mike Gaydosh and I worked together to reprint Benjamin Beddome’s A Scriptural Exposition of the Baptist Catechism. It is a very useful doctrinal and practical tool. [...]

Goodwin on Enjoying the Means of Grace

Thomas Goodwin on Enjoying the Means of Grace from Works 6:143 In a word, take all ordinances, dost thou use them as backdoors to let Christ thy private friend in, to the end to speak with him, [...]

John Owen on the importance of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper

Here is an interesting excerpt from Owen’s Works, 7:218-21. He is writing primarily against the Quakers (who rejected the use of ‘carnal ordinances’), but his words have great [...]

Why Do We Only Baptize Once (But Observe the Supper Repeatedly)?

Thomas Goodwin on Regeneration and Baptism from Works, 6:408 And (2.) this great change is made but once. There is but ‘one baptism,’ as ‘one faith;’ and as the faith was but once [...]

Are Baptists Protestants?

Submitted by Prof. Renihan To some, this might seem like an unusual question. They would answer, “of course.” But others would answer the same query by stating unequivocally [...]

Christ’s Covenantal Blessing

This excerpt from a study done by Chuck Rennie in 2008 is still useful today. The Christology of the Benediction – Part IV by Chuck Rennie All of the Scriptural benedictions which fall into [...]

The Scriptures and Confessions

By Prof. Renihan The Scriptures and Confessions The Word of God has much to teach us about confessions and the act of confessing.

Keach on the Contradictions of Calvinist Paedobaptism

From Benjamin Keach, Gold Refin’d, or, Baptism in its Primitive Purity (London: 1689), 169. Is it not strange men should say, all children of believers are in covenant, and that there is no [...]

Are ‘Consequences’ sufficient to prove infant baptism?

From Benjamin Keach: Gold Refin’d, or Baptism in its Primitive Purity (London: 1689), 69-70, 146 (orthography and punctuation modernized). What commission our brethren have got, who [...]

Spurgeon on Infant Baptism

An Excerpt from C.H. Spurgeon, CHILDREN BROUGHT TO CHRIST, AND NOT TO THE FONT DELIVERED ON SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 24TH, 1864 The font is a mockery and an imposition if it be put before Christ.

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