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Basics of the Reformed Faith -- Election

My introductory essay on the doctrine of election has been posted on the Westminster Seminary California blog.  You can find it here:  Click Here

Reader Comments (2)

You are right! I could not take all 10 minutes. My brain started hurting about 6 minutes into the video. The 9 shots taken at the White House on 11/11/11 just about did me in.
February 22, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRaymond

You posted in the wrong place.

I'm wondering since speaking of the basics of the Reformed Faith, has Kim included one on baptism?

Which leads me to another question. I know Kim responded to me once how The Westminster Standards and the Three Forms of Unity are the standards by which one is judged to be Reformed. So does that mean you cannot disagree with those documents at any point? Also, what of Congregationalists and Anglicans? I think I remember R.S. Clark mention how they are a part of the Reformed traditions because they were involved in important doctrinal formulations; perhaps there is disagreement on this.

I just think the "Reformed" should be consistent with how they use the word in general, because I guess they don't to include Baptists. There seems to be confusion, because I hear Baptists like James White and some of his fellow bloggers call themselves Reformed. I even read one article where one Presbyterian minister, Derek Thomas, left a Mr. Jamin Hubiner with the impression that Baptist are perhaps Reformed.

And why would P&R publish books by Baptists about Baptists?
February 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAlberto

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