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Thursday
Nov202014

The Annual Dean's Report

I’d like to begin this report by thanking those of you who have prayed for the ministry of Reformed Baptist Seminary. By God’s grace and your prayers, we’ve been able to accomplish a number of goals over the past year and hope to complete several more in the coming year toward the end of fulfilling our mission as a church-based ministerial academy

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Thursday
Nov202014

2015 Winter Module: Missions

On the week of January 26 - 30, Grace Baptist Church of Taylors, South Carolina, will host a theological module (seminar) on the topic of foreign missions. The speakers will include Dr. James Adams, former missionary to Colombia, Latin America, Trevor Johnson, current missionary to Papua, Indonesia, and Pastor Bob Selph, former missions coordinator for the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America. For more information, click here.

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Friday
Nov142014

Pascal Denault on the Covenant Theology of the 1689 Baptist Confession

Pascal Denault is an ordained minister of a Reformed Baptist church in Quebec and is the author of The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology. In four video/audio lectures below, Pascal discusses the covenant theology of the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689. First, he examines the "covenant of works" as it is formulated in the Westminster Confession, Savoy Declaration, and Second London Baptist Confession in lecture one. Next, in lecture two, he summarizes the "covenant of grace" as it has been traditionally formulated among Reformed and Paedobaptist theologians. In the third lecture,

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