Reformed Baptist Fellowship

Reformed and Baptist: the third wave

In Reformed Baptist Fellowship on July 9, 2012 at 8:20 am

“What needs to be understood is that these men were not trying to start a war, but neither would their consciences allow them to retreat. The Particular Baptists of the seventeenth century unashamedly considered themselves as the heirs and the advancers – the third wave, if you will – of the Reformation.”

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  1. What a great article. Thanks for sharing. Contrary to some of my earlier thoughts, 1689 baptists truly are reformed, and in many ways more reformed and more consistent to our forefathers intentions.

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