A wonderful defense of the importance of creeds and confessions has stood at the opening of A Modern Exposition since its first publication in 1989 (the 300th anniversary of its first adoption in London in 1689). I did not write that defense. It was written by Dr. Robert Paul Martin who went to be with […]
From the new preface to the 5th Edition of A Modern Exposition: “Let me say something about the reason and necessity for this 5th Edition. In the 2nd and 3rd Editions of A Modern Exposition a number of important improvements to the first edition were made. Somehow in the 4th Edition published in 2009 these […]
One of the major improvements, I hope, is in the expanded appendices at the end of the exposition.
On a recent episode of the Confessing Baptist Podcast, Dr. Sam Waldron was interviewed on his new book Two Things You Must Do To Be Saved. You don’t want to miss listening to this interview with Dr. Waldron!
Hamilton says, “Against Sailhamer’s suggestion that “the narratives of Genesis 12-50 show little relation to Genesis 1-11,” [Hamilt0n is referencing Sailhamer’s The Meaning of the Pentateuch, 301] I will argue here that the narratives of Genesis 12-50 are thick with the blessings of Genesis 12 overcoming the curses of Genesis 3″ (Hamilton, God’s Glory in […]
Wow! Crossway sent me two (2) review copies of Jim Hamilton’s new book God’s Glory in Salvation Through Judgment – A Biblical Theology. It looks wonderful. Though I did not have the time, I read about 1/2 of the first chapter. Great stuff so far! I have read most of Jim’s articles posted on his […]
This book is recommended by J. Beeke and E. Hulse.
Is there a problem with the doctrine of infant baptism in the Westminster Standards?