Confessions are interpretive units designed to systematize a particular understanding of God’s special revelation. Notice the term unit, there. Even the term confession assumes a singular document; similar to how a creed is a creed because it is to be adopted and confessed as a singular creedal statement. Confessions, in the 17th century, were not seen as … Continue reading What Does it Mean to Be Confessional?
Holding to so-called “man-made” confessions in our day and age of personal independence is somewhat of a social and religious taboo. On the one hand, holding to a religious confession seems too wooden and static for our modern style of fluidity. On the other hand, confessions are often too arcane for those living in this … Continue reading Confess! Confess! Confess! | The Baptist Reformation
Our whole shtick here at The Baptist Reformation is to ultimately encourage Baptists in recovering their Reformational roots. That’s a big project, because even within the Reformation and its premier thinkers, there were differences. So, what kind of “Reformed” do we mean when it comes to being a Baptist who wants to recover his Reformational … Continue reading Being Baptist