A Faith to Confess: The Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689
Carey Publications Limited, 1975 - Baptist Confession of Faith (1689) - 66 pages
Here in modern English is the most famous of Baptist Confessions containing the heart and soul of the Reformation in terms of clear Biblical truth. Here is a Confession of faith for churches to be founded upon, a faith for church members to know, love, defend and propagate, a faith that church officers can hand on to future generations. The Introduction which forms a preface to this Confession explains its origin and discusses several particularly relevant issues contained in the chapters, thereby increasing the usefulness of the whole.
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1689 Confession acceptable according Acts Adam appointed assurance of salvation authority BAPTISM blessings body and blood bread and wine cause CHAPTER Christian liberty church command corrupt covenant of grace creatures dead death decree Deut divine doctrine duty Eccles effectually called eternal everlasting evil Exod Ezek Father fellowship freely fulness Furthermore give given glory godly gospel obedience hearts Holy Scripture Holy Spirit immutable infallible infinite Jesus Christ John Kings LAST JUDGMENT LAWFUL OATHS liberty of conscience light of nature live Lord's supper Luke MARRIAGE Matt means mediator Old Testament ordinance paragraph Phil prayer preaching predestinated promises Prov providence purpose reason receives and rests redemption Reformers religious worship render repentance resurrection revealed righteous sacrifice saints sanctified Satan saving faith sin's sinners sins son of perdition souls Testament Thess Thessalonians things Titus true truth Westminster Confession wisdom