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Last year, two of our senior students presented a paper on Covenant Theology and Baptism to an audience of about 50 students. It has been very well received and may be viewed here.
IRBS will be hosting special lectures on Covenant Theology by Dr. Fred Malone on Saturday and Monday October 13 & 15 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. These lectures will be held at Christ Reformed Baptist Church, 2210 East Vista Way, Vista, CA, 92084. There is no charge to attend. No lunch will be provided, [...]
Brandon Adams from Orange, CA has posted a very useful expandable outline of John Owen’s commentary on Hebrews 8:6-13. You will find it here.
The School of Theology organized by the Grace Reformed Baptist Church was again held in Palmerston North on the North Island of New Zealand from 3-7 August 2009.
For the third consecutive year, Grace Reformed Baptist Church of Palmerston North, New Zealand, will be hosting the annual School of Theology from August 3-7.
We live in a day when the distinctions between pastors and people have largely broken down. Loud voices cry out, calling for a mobilization of every member of the church, as if all had the same call and responsibilities from the Lord. While this may be the dominant view today, it is really an historical [...]
A Meditation for the New Year The Book of Joshua serves an important role in the story line of the Bible. It moves us forward from the judgment imposed on the covenant nation for their disobedience—40 years of wandering in a wilderness—to the conquest of the land promised 500 years before to Abraham. But more [...]
I would like to place the ministry within a theological context. I am convinced that we must view all of life theologically, and must seek to bring all of our thoughts captive to Christ and his word. Our tasks as ministers of the New Covenant are very specific, and come to us in a very [...]
Do you ever scratch your head and wonder what other professing believers are thinking? I do.
Unashamedly Confessional:Confessional Subscription and Ministerial Education By Stefan T. Lindblad (WSC/IRBS 2001) The Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America (ARBCA) is a self-consciously confessional communion of churches. We subscribe fully The London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 (LBCF), but not because the Confession supplants the authority of Holy Scripture.« Previous Entries