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Dr. John Gerstner addresses the thorny topic of infant baptism (paedobaptism). According to the Baptists, baptism is reserved only for believers who have professed faith in Jesus Christ. 135 more words


On the Sovereignty of God and Forgiving Others

We can forgive those that have hurt us- because our God is sovereign.

The Lord requires that we forgive our enemies; that we forgive the people that have injured us (Matthew 6:14; Colossians 3:13). 549 more words

The Believing 21st Centruy American Woman

Why I am Reformed in My Theology - Part 1 | Kurt Steele

I have three major reasons that I am reformed in my theology.  I will be discussing my musings and rants why I have made the cognitive and spiritual resolution to wholeheartedly commit myself to the doctrines as outlined in the 1646 Edition of Westminster Larger Catechism.   804 more words

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First London Baptist Confession Of Faith

I keep a copy of the Westminster Confession and the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689 and refer to them occasionally. I haven’t given much thought to the First London Baptist Confession of 1644 (later published with minor corrections in 1646). 45 more words

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Prayer - Part Uno/Uns/Eins/One

Jack, the Bible Study Dog, has recovered quite well from his difficulties noted in an earlier post. Tonight, Jack and I have been involved in prayer, more specifically in supplication, which means simply asking, and more specifically still, supplication to Terry that she go to Starbucks and use my free birthday drink to buy me a quad venti skinny caramel macchiatto, and then to the store to buy double shot coffee plus energy drinks, one of which I require each morning. 878 more words




Dr. John Gerstner discusses the difference between the classic Reformed Protestant faith and Neo-orthodoxy.

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The original audio was poorly recorded on substandard equipment. 211 more words