Baptist Confession of Faith 1689: Or the Second London Confession with Scripture Proofs (Revised)

Baptist Confession of Faith Or the Second London Confession with Scripture Proofs Revised C H Spurgeon said of this great Confession Here the youngest members of our church will have a body of Truth in small compass and by means of the scriptural proofs will be able to give a reason of t

  • Title: Baptist Confession of Faith 1689: Or the Second London Confession with Scripture Proofs (Revised)
  • Author: Peter Masters
  • ISBN: 9781870855242
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • C H Spurgeon said of this great Confession Here the youngest members of our church will have a body of Truth in small compass, and by means of the scriptural proofs, will be able to give a reason of the hope that is in them This brilliant summary of doctrine in the same family as the Westminster Confession , with its invaluable proof texts, is here gently modernisedC H Spurgeon said of this great Confession Here the youngest members of our church will have a body of Truth in small compass, and by means of the scriptural proofs, will be able to give a reason of the hope that is in them This brilliant summary of doctrine in the same family as the Westminster Confession , with its invaluable proof texts, is here gently modernised in punctuation, with archaic words replaced Explanations of difficult phrases have been added in italic brackets A brief history of the Confession, with an index, is included.

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    1. Peter Masters Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Baptist Confession of Faith 1689: Or the Second London Confession with Scripture Proofs (Revised) book, this is one of the most wanted Peter Masters author readers around the world.

    2. A very thorough statement of faith. Encouraged by a discussion at college last week about why we attend the churches we attend and if theological distinctiveness are still relevant in denominations today I decided to read this one. I have been part of baptist churches in the past, and am attending a baptist church again after a time in another denomination. It was an interesting read, an articulate statement of faith and one I can agree with and submit to.

    3. This is a handy edition of the finest and most readily comprehensive Baptist confession. Some of the language, where slightly archaic, is explained, which is a helpful feature. The confession itself remains a trusted explanation of what Particular/Reformed Baptists believe from the pages of Scripture. A Baptist church looking for a robust, time-proven confession of faith should read this, and follow it up with Sam Waldron’s “Why (and How) Your Church Should Hold the 1689 Confession”, as we [...]

    4. Take the LC 1644, add liberal amounts of WCF 1649, but spice it up with some Savoy 1658 and keep the Baptist and Congregationalist flavors in thereAnd viola! you have the best confession of faith ever. ;-)

    5. An excellent Confession of Faith for reviewing with family and fellow believers in a day when many cannot articulate what Baptists believe and why we believe it.

    6. Though I'm not denominationally Reformed Baptist, I generally affirm the 1689 LBC (e.g. its views on Calvinism, cessationism, credobaptism).I was expecting that it would have each chapter on Five Solas, TULIP, salvation stages, etc. Turns out it doesn't necessarily have each chapter on these, but it fairly covers their essence. This is a historical confession dealing with theological distinctives during 15th century, so its stance, for example, on cessationism is not detailed, because it was the [...]

    7. I plan to go through this confession with more care and a fine tooth comb, but I am pretty much ready to adopt this confession as my own. Certainly with its declarations of God's sovereignty over all (including the undeniable salvation over mankind and free will), on the view of the Lord's Supper as being more than just symbolic (in that it is a spiritual nourishment, not to be confused with transubstantiation or consubstantiation), the perseverance/preservation of the saints, the institution of [...]

    8. The Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 is a sound a Biblical confession for the church. The truths derived from the Scripture makes this confession a timeless booklet for any Christian looking to grow in the knowledge and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. Although this has been read multiple times we are currently studying it on Wednesday night. beavertongracebible/caIn this study you will find Scripture held as infallible, inerrant, unchanging, and perfect. The Scriptures lay forth the Holy Trin [...]

    9. I read a much older edition of the LBCF, published by Gospel Mission back in the 60's or 70's (there's no publication date in my copy). But the one I read has all the Scripture proofs and Keach's Catechism as well.We're going to be teaching through the Westminster Confession at our church, so we thought it would be good to compare and contrast these two confessional documents. There are some very interesting comparisons and contrasts to be made too, and not just the obvious ones, like baptism. B [...]

    10. Provides a detailed perspective of historic Reformed Baptist theology. Thoroughly enjoyed reading through it, and the Scripture proofs were very helpful in study and reflection. I would also recommend looking through the historical background of the 1677/89 confessions, as well as the Westminster and Savoy confessions.

    11. Nice edition of the Confession. Redone in modern english with clarification if a word used is not common today. At times there is a whole rewording of a paragraph if the original happens to be quite compact and might be difficult to understand at first. Excellent for those who are new to the confession or who are younger.

    12. So farI'm going to have to really pay attention to make sure I understand all the words! I am terrible at just glossing over a word if I don't know it's deffinition instead of looking it up! But I think I might have to do that in here! Or maybe just pay close attention to the context and not skim.

    13. I'm glad I finally got the motivation to read the whole thing. It is an excellent and succinct treaty of the Reformed Baptist understanding of the church in 1689. Lots to think about with very little to disagree with. Worth checking out, for sure.

    14. Great ConfessionThe church needs to go back to using confessions and creeds. They really flush out church beliefs. The confession allow members and leaders to understand what they believe.

    15. Notes in Brackets (as explanation of each article) by Peter Masters not always an accurate representation of the doctrine but still a good copy of 1689.

    16. Interesting articulation of the Baptist theology in simple language. Easy read of the faith of our fathers.

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