How May We Know that There is a God?

One of the leaders of the Westminster Assembly, John Arrowsmith (1602-1659) sought to answer this question. His remarks are very interesting: There are six several acts which every man of [...]

On the Wisdom of God

“On the Wisdom of God” is taken from the June 1810 issue of the Baptist Magazine, page 338. Though the language is somewhat antique, this wonderful statement of orthodox theology from an early [...]

On the Omnipresence of God

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

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 [...]

Calvin on Creation and Providence

From Institutes of the Christian Religion I:16:1 It were cold and lifeless to represent God as a momentary Creator, who completed his work once for all, and then left it.