Tag Archives: Reformed Baptist

John Piper transcends Baptists’ Dualism in What Happens at the Lord’s Table

Traditionally, Baptists tend to be memorialist when it comes to what happens in the partaking of the Lord’s Supper, despite the rich understanding of the Lord’s Supper in the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689 (Reformed Baptists, at least). However, … Continue reading

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Recovering a Reformed Baptist Understanding of the Lord’s Supper

Baptists, at least Reformed Baptists, were not always as dualistic (resembling a Zwinglian) when it comes to the Lord’s Supper as they seem to be today. In fact, one can trace a shift in some notable “Statements of Faith/Confessions of … Continue reading

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Are we still Debating who is “Truly” Reformed?

Kevin DeYoung, a pastor in the Reformed Churches of America (RCA), answers the question Is John Piper Really Reformed?  Naturally the post compelled DeYoung to revisit the ancestors of Reformed theology.  Essential to DeYoung’s arguments is the work of famed … Continue reading

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A Liturgy Baptist

Perhaps, before we go any farther, a definition of “liturgy” is in order.  Liturgy simply refers to “a form of public worship.”  In a sense, every gathered body of believers follow a liturgy, “a form of public worship,” a beginning … Continue reading

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