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 [...]

Fred Malone on The Reformed Pastor: Word and Sacrament

He must Form his Life and Ministry According to Reformed Theology In the Reformation, the question of what constitutes a true church came to the forefront. In reaction to the medieval confusion [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]