Caterpillars and Butterflies: A Review of New Covenant Theology

The following is a review written almost 10 years ago on a topic still relevant today. Caterpillars and Butterflies:A Review of New Covenant Theology By Tom Wells and Fred Zaspel(Frederick, MD: [...]

A High and Proper View of the Pastoral Ministry

We live in a day when the distinctions between pastors and people have largely broken down. Loud voices cry out, calling for a mobilization of every member of the church, as if all had the same [...]

Benjamin Keach on Justification (Part 1)

Benjamin Keach on Justification (Part 1) We say obedience supposeth a man justified; but these men say, that obedience concurs with faith to justify, or is part of our righteousness to [...]

A Brief Annotated Bibliography on Baptist History

An Annotated Bibliography of Important Reading and Study Materials Concerning Particular Baptists submitted by James M. Renihan Beddome, Benjamin. A Scriptural Exposition of the Baptist [...]

On the Immutability of God

From the Baptist Magazine, 1810. On the Immutability of God “The Father of lights, with whom there is no variableness neither shadow of a turning” James i, 17. The heathen used to denominate the [...]

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 we like John Owen so much

Why we like John Owen so much, by Prof. Renihan We have said many times that John Owen is our favorite theologian.

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 [...]

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 [...]

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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