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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’. Waldron charges paedo-baptists with defining the covenant of grace “in terms of the preparatory and typical covenants of the Old Testament period” Sometime later, by the grace of God I came to embrace and glory in them.
Bobby Crenshaw rated it it was amazing Dec 28, The opening essay on the use of confessions of faith is well worth the cost of the entire book, written by R.
I thought he did a good job with the outlines and found them beneficial for following the train of thought of each chapter in the confession. There was also a valuable section on the LCF treatment of the eexposicion of grace – a major departure of understanding from the WCF.
Another problem, which I’ll put under the head of production though it might more properly relate to content, is the lack of any index. I used to get really annoyed at study bibles because when a really tough verse came up that seemed to be the one they just skipped over. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
He writes in fd direct and lucid style that will help ministers, students and laymen alike to a clear understanding of this Fe and to dw relevance and application to our modern age. Apr 23, Chuck rated it really liked it Shelves: Josh rated it really liked it Sep 04, I love it and that is exactly how I believe that God is, the Sovereign King over every molecule. At that time I was in the process of coonfesion the Doctrines of Grace.
More common are certain spelling errors – not words whose spelling is incorrect, but words that have the correct spelling but are the wrong words. These are some the briefest chapters in the Confession yet the longest in Waldron’s exposition.
Further, the only place Waldron mentions Federalism a more common view of confesoon theology among Reformed Baptists in a lengthy footnote on page Hopefully, they will update it in the future, otherwise we’ll just have to wait for Samuel Renihan’s exposition of the that is in progress!
I felt a bit like that at times with this volume.
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At other times, I just really bautisa the turn of phrase he used to express an idea I may have read previously in another book. However, in defending that position Dr. There is then an outline of the chapter, following which he explains the meaning, and when appropriate the history, of that chapter and its assertions.
The London Confession which preceded the document says of baptism that “The persons designed by Christ, to dispense this ordinance, the Scriptures hold forth to a exposicon Disciple, it being no where tied to a particular church, officer, or person extraordinarily sent, the commission enjoining the administration, being given to them under no other consideration, but as considered Disciples.
But then on donfesionhe exposiciob a few passing comments that seem to reflect the Federalism view that he so easily dismissed previously saying that he was “not ready to affirm it” and here he is apparently affirming it in contradiction to what he had previously affirmed regarding the covenants.
An excellent presentation of historic Christian doctrine.
The book originally appeared in to mark the th anniversary of the Confession; this edition has a copyright date of During my study of the I left some comments about my thoughts on each paragraph that can be viewed here: The general content is precisely what the title promises.
Some of the chapters seemed excessively short or skimmed over important ideas. Open Preview See a Problem? 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 of the dead and 32 Of the last judgment.
For example, I don’t think his commentary on chapter 7 is an accurate represents the position in the Confession. With the explanations he went also through more detail. HardcoverReprintpages.
Appendix A is a highly appreciated, informative historical survey of the BCF and its origins.
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On the very next page he expresses his view which is very similar to what the Westminster view actually is of one covenant of grace with multiple administrations.
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Oct 08, Alex added it. 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. I do have some bones to pick with the book.
This volume is a mixed bag of helpfulness, gaps, misunderstanding, and confusion. Waldron doesn’t skimp in his explanations, the pamphlet format of the Confession becomes a thick book pages counting the notes and appendices that could easily serve as a small systematic theology.
May 16, Robert Mckay rated it it was amazing.
Waldron here and there. Oct 22, Exposciion rated it really liked it Shelves: I was baptized in the Armenian Church and was attending a Baptist church in Holland and was convinced that my baptism was no baptism, so on I was baptist after a profession of faith. Demonstrates well the continuing validity of the London Baptist Confession of Faith. Jason rated it really liked it May 24, The whole chapter left me confused as to what his view actually is.