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January 2010 IRBS Course: Baptist Symbolics (and a bonus!)

By admin | June 2, 2009

The Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies expects to offer the course CH/ST535 Baptist Symbolics in a two week format January 11-22, 2010 on the campus of Westminster Seminary California, Escondido.  Pastors, elders and other auditors are invited to attend. The cost for a Listener’s Pass for the lectures is only $45.00; free housing will be available on a limited, first-come first-served basis.

Baptist Symbolics is a detailed examination of the history, language, and theology of the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 in order to understand its historical setting and its theological relevance to the present. Historical comparisons will be made to the Westminster and Savoy Confessions. Other Baptist confessions will be considered as they relate to this document.

As an added bonus for this year, the annual Westminster Seminary Faculty Conference will be held on the middle weekend of the course, Jan. 15-16. Those who attend our IRBS course will be able to register for the Westminster Faculty Conference at an additional charge. We hope that many will take advantage of this unique doubleheader!

For more information, please contact Prof, Renihan.

Topics: Authority, Baptist History, Confessions, Doctrines of Grace, Evangelism, Gospel, John Owen, Law and Gospel, Means of Grace, Ministerial Training, Pastoral Ministry, Providence, Puritanism, Puritans, Reformed Theology, Regulative Principle of Worship, Scripture, Seminary, Worship | 1 Comment »

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  1. January 2010 IRBS Course: Baptist Symbolics (and a bonus!) | The Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies « Leviticus and Stuff Says:
    June 2nd, 2009 at 6:27 am

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