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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 justification: we affirm, as a worthy divine observes, that faith alone perfectly justifies, by trusting in the righteousness of Christ;
Is Your Church a Friendly Church? Submitted by Prof. Renihan A few months ago weather delays forced me to miss a flight connection and thus to spend an unscheduled weekend at a hotel near the airport of a major city in a foreign country. I asked the concierge at my hotel if there were any […]
Over the next few months, we hope to present a series of articles on the importance and benefits of Seminary education. We begin with an excerpt from a truly excellent article by my neighbor and friend, Dr. Scott Clark. I hope you will follow the attached link and read the entire article. Prof. Renihan *********************************** […]
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Pastor John Yoder of Grace Reformed Baptist Church, Rockford, Illinois, to the position of Director of Strategic Planning for the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies.
Submitted by Prof. Renihan Last Monday I returned from my third trip to New Zealand–what a blessing it was to be with those beloved men again. I have come to love and appreciate very much their friendship as well as the work they are doing. After an overnight flight from Los Angeles (my luggage decided […]
The Heart of the Reformed Faith by Pastor Stephen Rees The heart of the Reformed faith-the heart of biblical Christianity-is God-centeredness: the conviction that God himself is supremely important.
Packer on Baxter The Redemption and Restoration of Man in the Thought of Richard Baxter, J.I. Packer (Vancouver: Regent College Publishing, 2003), reviewed by James M. Renihan J.I. Packer’s published writings cover a wide spectrum from popular to academic, and are always thought-provoking and useful.
The Precisianist Strain: An Important Book on Puritanism Theodore Dwight Bozeman, The Precisianist Strain: Disciplinary Religion & Antinomian Backlash in Puritanism to 1638 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2004). Reviewed by Prof. Renihan Theodore Dwight Bozeman is a scholar of primary importance in […]
Do you know Spencer Cone? John Thornbury, A Pastor in New York: The Life and Times of Spencer Houghton Cone (Darlington: Evangelical Press, 2004). Reviewed by James M. Renihan Written church history is generally a record of movers and shakers. The most famous names and the greatest men are the objects of study and knowledge. […]
William Knibb on Slavery The English were pushing the Americans on the subject of slavery because they had abolished slavery and finally granted full freedom by 1838. It was the English Baptists who were writing to the American Baptists through the Triennial Convention officers, pressing the Americans to do something about this issue. Perhaps the […]« Previous Entries