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Some Pastoral Observations on the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith

How does using a Confession of Faith benefit a church body? What are some of the strengths of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689? Do pastors/elders relate differently 2LCF than church members that don't hold office? How does the Confession serve in cases of church discipline? These are some of the questions Dr Tom Ascol addresses from the perspective of a pastor in the 35 minute lecture below.

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D. A. Carson's Exegetical Fallacies: A Review by Josef Urban

What would it be like to have one of the world’s foremost exegetical theologians sit at our side as we study the Scriptures while being assigned the sole task of explaining to us all the hermeneutical mistakes we most frequently commit at each step of the way? Such would probably make most of us nervous as it is unlikely we would walk away unscathed. Yet the tremendous profit that could be gleaned from such an encounter is inestimable. Exegetical Fallacies seeks to draw us in into just such an experience.

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Three Modern Baptist Confessions

In the four-part lectures series below, Dr Tom Nettles surveys and explores the historical context and theological content of the New Hampshire Confession of Faith, the Abstract of Principles, and the Baptist Faith & Message (1925, 1963, 2000). These lectures were delivered at RBS's Fall Seminar at First Baptist Church of the Lakes in Las Vegas, Nevada, and they form part of the curriculum for RBS's course HT 501 Creeds & Confessions.

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