The Sabbath as ‘Transhistorical and Eschatological Paradigm’

  Geerhardus Vos: The Sabbath as ‘Transhistorical and Eschatological Paradigm’ Taken from The Family Tree of Reformed Biblical Theology, 206-07     Probably the greatest reason why Vos gives so much attention to the fourth commandment is due to its eschatological function. Dennison comments, “…the fourth precept is an idealizing of a transhistorical and eschatological […]

An Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins COMING SOON!

This catechism, first published in 1680, is a Particular (i.e., seventeenth-century Calvinistic) Baptist revision of the Heidelberg Catechism. The editors slightly revised the original for modern use. The book includes the original Preface by Collins, a Foreword by James M. Renihan, and an Introduction by Michael Haykin and G. Stephen Weaver, Jr. Here is more […]

Chapter 6 of An Orthodox Catechism (The Sacraments), coming soon from RBAP

  Chapter 6 The Second Part: Of Man’s Redemption (The Sacraments)     The Sacraments     Q. 64. Since faith alone makes us partakers of Christ and His benefits, from where does this faith come?   A. From the Holy Spirit (a), who kindles it in our hearts by the preaching of the gospel […]

Chapter 1 of An Orthodox Catechism, coming soon from RBAP

Chapter 1 General Introduction and The First Part: Of Man’s Misery     A Catechism containing the sum of Christian Religion     Q. 1. What is your only comfort in life and death?   A. That both in soul and body (a), whether I live or die (b), I am not my own, but […]