The Nearsightedness of New Covenant Theology

Before I begin writing about this, I want to acknowledge a few things. First, New Covenant Theology (NCT) is not a monolith. This makes it incredibly difficult to critique. Granted that NCT is not a confessional position, there's no one organized statement as to what NCT is, or what NCT adherents believe about NCT. The … Continue reading The Nearsightedness of New Covenant Theology

The Particular Baptist View of the Mosaic Covenant

In my last post, I talked about the Abrahamic Covenant and as much as I didn't want to start a new blog post series, it sure seems I'm heading in that direction. The better we can articulate the position of 1689 Federalism, the less confusion will exist between paedobaptists and Baptists concerning the matter. Which, … Continue reading The Particular Baptist View of the Mosaic Covenant

The Particular Baptist View of the Abrahamic Covenant

Many of us have at least somewhat of a grasp on the Covenant of Works (CoW) and the Covenant of Grace (CoG). I know that knowledge of these two covenants were foundational in learning more about Baptist covenant theology in general. Without a proper understanding as to the natures of the CoW and the CoG … Continue reading The Particular Baptist View of the Abrahamic Covenant

Means of Salvation—Q. 93

Q. 93: What are the outward means whereby Christ communicateth to us the benefits of redemption? A. The outward and ordinary means whereby Christ communicateth to us the benefits of redemption are His ordinances, especially the Word, baptism, the Lord's Supper, and prayer; all which means are made effectual to the elect for salvation. Believe … Continue reading Means of Salvation—Q. 93

Incarnational Theology in Romans 1

Paul, a bond-servant of Christ Jesus, called as an apostle, set apart for the gospel of God which He promised beforehand through His prophets in the holy Scriptures, concerning His Son who was born of a descendant of David according to the flesh, who was declared the Son of God with power by the resurrection … Continue reading Incarnational Theology in Romans 1