The Perseverance of the Saints…

Chapter 17 - The Perseverance of the Saints 1. Those God has accepted in the Beloved, effectually called and sanctified by his Spirit, and given the precious faith of his elect can neither totally nor finally fall from a state of grace. They will certainly persevere in grace to the end and be eternally saved,... Continue Reading →

Recovering a Covenantal Heritage…

"Revivalism began the process of turning people from a thoughtful and theological faith to an experience-oriented belief. Modernism brought new ideas into the churches. Fundamentalism circled the wagons and reduced the faith to a few requisite doctrines. And Dispensationalism swept in to fill the void. In every case, covenantalism was shunted to the side, and... Continue Reading →

A Positive Step Forward…

Very thankful for pastor Hines, his work for *HIS* kingdom, and his apology to Brandon here. Please note the first 6:35 of video where he apologizes to BA, but also reveals what we have mentioned repeatedly on the Twitter. That being an unfamiliarity with 1689 Fed., and a frustrating response because of this unfamiliarity. I... Continue Reading →

Covenant Theology Explained…

Brandon Adams and pastor Patrick Hines got together to talk Reformed Covenant Theology on a recent episode of Semper Reformanda Radio. Many thing’s were discussed during this episode with each side getting an initial twenty-minutes to explain their personal view of Gods covenants with man. When the pair finally got into a personal dialogue regarding these... Continue Reading →

Particular Baptist Covenant Theology…

In the early decades of the seventeenth century the English church was undergoing a drastic metamorphosis. The spread of the Reformation from the continent to England, the succession of English rulers, and the increasing availability of literature produced an ever-shifting political, sociological, and theological environment. Within this context, a “Puritan” movement sought to reform the... Continue Reading →

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