Results tagged “Confessionalism” from Reformation21 Blog

Remembering Dr. Morton H. Smith

Article by   November 2017
Dr. Morton H. Smith, founding professor of Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS), founder of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (GPTS), first Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), and one of the world's foremost authorities on American Presbyterian history... continue

A Vital Call for the Vitals of Religion

Article by   September 2017
In the denomination in which I serve as a minister--The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)--we have confessional standards to which all our ministers voluntarily agree to submit, subscribe, and support. The language we use to describe this action is... continue

Borrowed Conviction

Article by   December 2016
It has happened a few times before. It happened again recently. Someone without a good church gets in touch, referred by a mutual friend. Or someone drops an email asking for advice. Or there is a conversation at a... continue

An Introduction to Confessional Subscription by David Hall

Article by   May 2014
Richard Webster referred to five widely differing views regarding subscription in the colonial Presbyterian church as: "the Protesters, the excluded, the silent, those who were dissatisfied with both parties, and the absent." The modern church may find itself in a... continue

Confessors and confessions

Article by   January 2014
I wonder if I might draw your attention to a series of volumes that ought to be known to church historians and historical theologians, and those who are interested in the same? The series is published by Reformation Heritage Books,... continue

Confessional Baptist covenant theology

Article by   June 2013
You may be interested to know that a new site explaining and promoting Reformed/Particular/Covenantal/Confessional/Calvinistic Baptist covenant theology (choose whichever label least offends you) is alive and kicking. Catchily entitled 1689 Federalism, the key piece at present is a helpful video... continue

Reformed and Baptist: the third wave

Article by   July 2012
Not long ago, the good Dr Trueman took up the question of why the label 'Reformed' is more often associated with Baptists than with Presbyterians.I appreciated the irenic tone of Carl's answer (appreciably and appreciatedly different to the caustic and... continue
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