1689 Versus The Westminster Confession: A Comparison And Contrast

It is frequently claimed that the Second London (Baptist) Confession (1677/89) is merely a revision of the Westminster Confession on “secondary” points. In this series Dr Clark compares and contrasts the two documents to see whether that claim holds up or whether the differences are more substantial than might seem at first.

  1. There Is No Credo Baptist Heidelberg Catechism or Why Hercules Collins Was Not Reformed
  2. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession: Narrowing The Lens On Particular Baptist History
  3. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession (2): Nature, Grace, and Revelation
  4. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession (3): The Play-By-Play
  5. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession (4): Some Of These Things Are Not Like The Others
  6. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession (5): “One Striking Omission”
  7. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession (6): A Tale Of Two Confessions
  8. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession (7): On The Fall, The Covenant Of Works, And The Covenant Of Grace
  9. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession (8): Of Christ The Mediator
  10. 1689 Vs. The Westminster Confession (9): Of Free Will

Related

  1. Engaging With 1689
  2. In, With, And Under
  3. Vos: The Covenant Of Grace Was Present In, With, And Through The Old Testament Types And Shadows
  4. One Important Difference Between The Reformed And Some Particular Baptists: God The Son Was In, With, And Under The Types And Shadows

Resources

  1. Covenant Theology and Infant Baptism
  2. Discovering The Reformed Confession
  3. Resources For Those Beginning To Study Covenant Theology

RESOURCES

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