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Attending conferences can be a dodgy experience. Some are always good (e.g. the Westminster Seminary California Faculty Conference held annually in January); others may make you wish that you had saved the time and money and stayed home. On Monday and Tuesday, it was my great pleasure to attend a conference that was excellent in [...]
From Benjamin Beddome’s Sermon On the Love of God, John 16:27. It appears our love to [Christ] should be attended with reverence, for his wrath is as dreadful as favor is desireable. It should be practical; and, indeed, true love is an active and vigorous principle. It puts the whole soul in motion, and will [...]
Submitted by Prof. Renihan Today, it is my privilege to be speaking at the Conference on 17th century Baptist History sponsored by Southern Seminary’s Andrew Fuller Center. I deeply appreciate the invitation to participate, extended by Dr. Michael Haykin, the Center’s director.
Submitted by Prof. Renihan Today (and tomorrow) it is my pleasure to be attending a conference on Baptist History sponsored by the Andrew Fuller Center of Southern Seminary. Please pray for the Lord’s blessing on this meeting.
Benjamin Beddome on the importance of knowing the truth, submitted by Prof. Renihan Is preaching important? Should ministers labor over the Word of God so that they proclaim it faithfully to their people? Benjamin Beddome, the well-loved pastor of the Baptist Church in Bourton-on-the-Water England for 55 years in the latter half of the Eighteenth [...]
A photo of our School of Theology in Palmerston North New Zealand in early July. A good time was had by all.
Baptist & Puritan History Tour Brochure Now Available The final brochure for our 2009 Baptist & Puritan History Tour has just arrived today. It is downloadable and may be printed. Spaces are filling quickly. There is a special price for those who register prior to October 20, 2008. Register today!
Is Bibliolatry Possible? by Dr. S. M. Baugh One of the great blessings of IRBS being associated with Westminster Seminary California is coming to know the men on the WSC faculty. Prof. Baugh, who lectures in New Testament, is one of those delightful teachers. He loves Christ, the Word of God, and the people of [...]
Where have we been? Where are we going? Submitted by Prof. Renihan As Confessional Reformed Baptists, we are just beginning to develop an identity. While we have deep roots in the soil of historic post-Reformation Christianity, in one sense, they are not our roots. Modern RB churches, at least in the USA, are less than [...]
Church Planting in Early Baptist History (Part 3) Submitted by Prof. Renihan The impetus for these actions was theological, embedded in the general Confessions published by the churches.« Previous Entries