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Fuller and Irresistible Grace: The Necessity of Regeneration as Prior to Repentance and Faith

by Tom Nettles

Editorial note: This is the third post in a series on Andrew Fuller’s theology. Here is the series so far: Fuller the Non-Calvinist? 171 more words

Calvinism

Four Views of Baptist Origin

Leon McBeth cites four views pertaining to the sources of Baptist origin: (1) the outgrowth of English Separatism, (2) the influence of biblical Anabaptists, (3) the continuation of biblical teachings throughout the ages, and (4) the succession of organized Baptist churches through the ages. 571 more words

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Luther Rice

Rice, Luther (1783-1836). Missionary to India and founder of the first Baptist weekly newspaper, The Columbian Star, in the United States. Born in Northborough, Mass., on March 25, 1783. 43 more words

Church History

Evening Prayer 20.3.17, St. Joseph, Guardian of Jesus

Therefore, O LORD, God of Israel, let your word be confirmed, which you promised to your servant David.

We give thanks to the Father, who has made us worthy to share in the inheritance of the saints in light. 1,892 more words

Jesus Christ

5 centuries later, 5 beliefs still matter

At our church we have a questionnaire that anyone who desires to be an elder has to fill out. One of the questions is, “What are the five solas of the Reformation and would you be willing to be burned alive at the stake for holding these?” We strongly believe these rallying cries of the Reformation are still just as needed today as they were 500 years ago. 767 more words

Commentary

Fullerite: Doctrine of Inability

by Tom Nettles

Editorial note: This is the second post in a series on Andrew Fuller’s theology. Here is the series so far: Fuller the Non-Calvinist? 165 more words

Calvinism

William Riley

1861-1947 William Bell Riley was one of the most diligent evangelists of his day, and like the late George Truett, served in one pastorate for more than forty years – that of the First Baptist Church of Minneapolis, Minnesota. 368 more words

Church History