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At other times, I just really liked the turn of phrase he used to express an idea I may have read rxposicion in another book.
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The whole chapter left me confused as to what dxposicion view actually is. Appendix A is a highly appreciated, informative historical survey of the BCF and its origins. David Steele rated it it was amazing Nov 09, There was also a valuable section on the LCF treatment of the covenant of grace – a major departure of understanding from the WCF. Waldron gives each chapter of the Confession a chapter in the book, and quotes that chapter of the Confession verbatim.
Robert R Jess rated it it was amazing Expodicion 28, Dr Waldron explained things very well, I especially liked his extensive treatment of chapters 29 Of Baptism31 of the state of man after death and of the resurrection bautisra the dead and 32 Of the last judgment. This has caused some strange opinions by Dr. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This doesn’t universally appear – indeed, in leafing through the book it appears that the bulk of the first inverted commas are where they ought to be – but it happens enough that I ceased to find it surprising.
The general content is precisely what the title promises.
I found a lot to disagree with in chapter 25 Of Marriagewhere I felt the author went beyond the Confession and rather offered an exposition of the Westminster Confession. To require the church to exercise discipline against doctrinal error without a published confession of faith is to require it 1869 make bricks without straw.
Waldron also charges A. Waldron doesn’t skimp in his explanations, the pamphlet format of the Confession becomes a thick book pages counting the notes exposiclon appendices that could easily serve as a small systematic theology.
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My edition of this book as published by Evangelical Baugista is full of spelling mistakes and basic errors that any proof exposicio should have picked up – random quote marks all over the place, the word modern constantly appearing as modem for example.
The first and foremost thing that I love about this Confession is it’s high, high, high view of God’s sovereign freedom. There he interacted with the other side and provided some answers. Oh, that congregations would take advantage of this outstanding tool to instruct and edify their members.
Waldron, a Reformed Baptist pastor and theologian, has produced a wonderful explanation of it. Though I did not study it very deeply. Waldron obviously holds to a permissive view of marriage, divorce, and remarriage, but he didn’t get wxposicion from the Confession and therefore I felt he was out of place including this view with reference to the Westminster where the was silent.
Likewise, Waldron’s take on ‘elect infants’ and ‘the Pope is the antichrist’ is fairly shallow and misses the point of the authors, in my opinion. Lists with This Book. Besides t This volume is a mixed bag of helpfulness, gaps, misunderstanding, and confusion.
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This book is going to go into my library in a place where I can easily reach it, for I anticipate referring to it often for many years. He writes in a direct and lucid style that will help ministers, students and laymen alike to a clear understanding of this Confession and to its relevance and application ed our modern age. These are some the briefest chapters in the Confession yet the longest in Waldron’s exposition. This is unfortunate because I think a work like this could be helpful for such a purpose, but this one fails to hit that ecposicion.
It is basically a mini systematic theology and a great one! Other than that it was dxposicion good and helpful commentary on the London Baptist Confession.
Waldron also argues “covenant status was conferred irrespective of spiritual qualifications” in the Old Covenant while the New Covenant “confers the required response on all those brought into it” The publisher is British, and so the text uses British “inverted commas” rather than American quotation marks, lz that’s not a problem – it’s odd to an American eye, but I’ve read enough British works that it doesn’t trouble me.
Before beginning my study of the confession, through a brother I got into the subject of Baptist Covenant Theology, I got the work of Pascal Denault The Distinctiveness of Bapti It was a while back that I somehow came into contact I don’t remember how, maybe through James White?
No trivia or quizzes yet. Only re through parts regarding covenant theology in chapter 7 and Hodge and Louis Berkhof with putting an “equal sign between the Old Covenant and the New Covenant, between circumcision and baptism” This exposition was originally published in to mark the th anniversary of the publication of the Second London Confession, which also became known as the ‘ Baptist Confession of Faith’.
Dr Waldron received a B. It is not uncommon for Reformed Baptists to hold this clnfesion, and it is often called the 20th Century Reformed Baptist view of the covenants. Want to Read saving…. It crossed the Atlantic, and because the first published Baptist confession in what is now the United States, as the Philadelphia Confession of Bautixta because the Philadelphia Baptist Association had adopted it.
I could – and do – wish for indices. I have studied this topic ve over the last 15 years, having previously served as an elder in a PCA church and in more recent years embracing Federalism and serving in ARBCA churches.
I first became baptistic simply through reading the New Testament and finding no evidence of any infant baptism. Drake Barnhill rated it it was amazing Aug 03, Waldron saw things my way on the matter of who may baptize.
The chapter on dr Trinity, a subject ls utmost importance, one often misunderstood by the average church goer, and one of recent debate within evangelical circles, was probably the shortest chapter in the book and left me a bit disappointed.
Sometime later I got the recent Recovering a Covenantal Heritage volume. Further, the only place Waldron mentions Federalism a more common view of covenant eposicion among Reformed Baptists in a lengthy footnote on page Lx, perhaps, spends a little too much energy in the final two chapters on eschatology which might have been spent elsewhere, but that is my only critique.
This has caused some stran Though I’ve owned this book for many years, this is the first time I’ve read it straight through, cover to bautita. Josh rated it really liked it Sep 04,