Tradition and Confession in Scripture

Jim Renihan has some helpful comments. For more on this see Recovering the Reformed Confession. It’s $16.00 at the Bookstore at WSC.

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  1. Dr. Clark,
    you realize that Dr. Renihan is a REFORMED BAPTIST, who is also the dean of The Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies, which is part of the Westminster Seminary out there in CA. You don’t have a problem with the fact that he calls himself a Reformed Baptist and as a Reformed Baptist, he identifies the 1689 LBCF a Reformed Confession?

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