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It’s hard to believe how quickly our tour is passing. Today we continue to travel north, with an emphasis on Baptist history. Our first destination is the village of Moulton and the Carey Baptist Church.
After a brief ride from London, we will arrive in Bedford to visit the John Bunyan Museum and to think of the work of the tinker who has done so much for the kingdom of God. While riding on the bus, we will do something that’s a lot of fun.
This is our last day in London. The highlight for today is a visit to Westminster Abbey.
Geneva 2009: a journey through historical places aiming to the future: A report by IRBS Fellow Leonardo De Chirico This year is the fifth centenary of Calvin’s birth and, with this important anniversary in mind, CERBI organized a tour of the places where Calvin lived and committed himself to Reformation.
John Calvin, in his Commentary on 1 Timothy, expresses the foundational importance of pastors to the church. They are the ones who propagate, defend and spread the truth.
The accounts of the deaths of God’s people have always been moving. Here we learn how this good man, Henry Jessey, faced the last enemy.
The Act of Uniformity stripped the English Church of many of its best and brightest. George Hammond’s life is a testimony to the intellectual talent of which the Church was deprived.
While many teach that Christianity must bring health and wealth, those who read Scripture understand that the opposite is true: our faith carries us through darkness.
William Greenhill, Westminster divine and Independent pastor wrote these words:
The Pattern of Sound Doctrine: Systematic Theology at the Westminster Seminaries: Essays in Honor of Robert B. Strimple, David VanDrunen, ed. (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 2004). This is a book that Reformed Baptists need to read. It addresses a series of issues relevant to our own struggles and identity over the last fifty years, [...]« Previous Entries Next Entries »