Dr. Bob Gonzales, Academic Dean and a professor at Reformed Baptist Seminary as well as an Adjunct Professor of Old Testament Studies here at MCTS has posted an article defending Believer Baptism (Credobaptism) against Infant Baptism (Paedobaptism) on his new blog: “Why I’m Still a Baptist.” (He is also teaching Old Testament Introduction I this fall […]
This week’s video podcast is a brief discussion of Richard Barcellos’ message at the 2011 General Assembly of the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America on the Lord’s Supper as a means of grace.
“I think the New Testament indicates that the early church took the Lord’s supper every Lord’s day, that is, every Sunday.”
I think seeker-sensitive churches use a completely wrong strategy. A person who comes into a Christian church for the first time should feel out of place.
How is the Lord’s Supper a means of grace?
The Supper tells everyone who has faith in Christ, “All that He is for sinners, He is for you!”
Jesus Christ is really present in the celebration of the Lord’s Supper…
Could it be that some in our day have emphasized the individual over the corporate, Jesus in our heart over Christ in the midst of His gathered people, all of life is worship over some of life is special worship?
Kevin De Young has some excellent things to say in light of Luke 4:16-21. He appears to have a firm grasp of sphere sovereignty.
Is there a problem with the doctrine of infant baptism in the Westminster Standards?