“Holiness is the habit of being of one mind with God, according as we find His mind described in Scripture. It is the habit of agreeing in God’s judgment–hating what He hates–loving what He loves–and measuring everything in this world by the standard of His Word. He who most entirely agrees with God, he is [...]
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After he was ejected from his ministry in Taunton, Joseph Alleine continued to be deeply concerned for the welfare of the flock he was forced to leave. He wrote letters to them, urging them to find Christ and to pursue holiness. He exposed his heart to his people by including the words of his prayer [...]
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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 Catechism. Birmingham: Solid Ground Christian Books, 2006. A very useful doctrinal and practical exposition of the Baptist version of the Westminster Shorter Catechism. Highly recommended.
Back from Ukraine. Jet-lagged and fatigued, I returned from Ukraine late Saturday evening.
A Definition of Benediction – Part I by Chuck Rennie Usually when we think about the Reformed tradition, the solas, or the Confessions, or maybe something else comes to our mind. What does not usually come to our mind are the liturgical benedictions which, in past times, were utilized in the majority of Reformation churches.
Posted by Prof. Renihan At Escondido Reformed Baptist Church, we have 7 student-interns. These men participate in different ways in the teaching and preaching work of our assembly, and we greatly appreciate their labors. Recently, the men have been teaching us about worship–why we do the things that we do in our worship services. We [...]
Rather than posting a joke today, we decided to do something serious. This is John Owen’s attempt to produce a Socinian Catechism. His use of irony and sarcasm is brilliant. It may be found in his Works, 12:588-90.