Great is the Mystery of Godliness

Profound words, very relevant today, from John Owen, Vol. 1 Some would have all things that we are to believe to be leveled absolutely unto our reason and comprehension — a principle which, at [...]

Definite Atonement and the Spread of the Gospel

One of the most frequent objections to the doctrine of definite atonement as made by its opponents, is that this doctrine by its very nature undermines the proclamation of the gospel. Those who [...]

The Trinitarian Love of God

From John Owen’s Christologia No small part of the eternal blessedness of the holy God consisteth in the mutual love of the Father and the Son, by the Spirit. As he is the only-begotten of [...]

God Loves His Elect

Submitted by Prof. Renihan Years ago I endured (I don’t know a better verb to use) a discourse (it wasn’t a sermon) in a chapel service I attended while far from home. The speaker [...]

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. [...]

Trinitarian and Unitarian

This short article appeared in the Baptist Magazine, 1810.  Trinitarian and Unitarian There is a manifest opposition between these terms. If they be properly applied, this opposition is as real [...]

Christ, the Anointed Prophet

Christ, the Anointed Prophet By John Clarke This brief article is taken from John Clarke’s famous book Ill Newes from New England: or A Narrative of New England‘s Persecution. Wherein [...]

John Newton on “Immanuel”

The Mediator, the surety for sinful men, must himself be a man. Because those whom he came to redeem were partakers of flesh and blood, he therefore took part of the same. Had not Messiah engaged [...]

On the Kingdom of Christ

A Dying Man’s Meditation on the Glory of Christ’s Kingdom, by George Hall (1745-1810). The following comes from the May 1810 edition of the Baptist Magazine, page 286. The language has been [...]

Hosanna to the Son of David!

1st London Confession of Faith: X. Touching His office, Jesus Christ onely is made the Mediator of the new Covenant, even the everlasting Covenant of grace between God and man, to be perfectly [...]