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For example, I don’t think his commentary on chapter 7 is an accurate represents the position in the Confession.
Waldron ably dismantles that argument in the appropriate place, but his argument for the administration of baptism only by the officers of the church seems to me equally weak, and to stand upon equally unsound ground. There was also a valuable section on the LCF treatment of the covenant of grace – a major departure of understanding from the WCF. Giezi rated it it was amazing Feb 17, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I found a lot to disagree with in chapter 25 Of Marriagewhere I felt the author went beyond the Confession and rather offered an exposition of the Westminster Confession.
Oct 08, Alex added it. Waldron, a Reformed Baptist pastor and theologian, has produced a wonderful explanation of it. Chris rated it liked it Jan 24, Drake Barnhill rated it it was amazing Aug 03, This has caused some stran Though I’ve owned this book for many years, this is the first time I’ve read it straight through, cover to cover. Waldron obviously holds to a permissive view of marriage, divorce, and remarriage, but he didn’t get it from the Confession and therefore I felt he was out of place including this view with reference to the Westminster where the was silent.
There is then an outline of the chapter, following which he explains the meaning, and when appropriate the df, of that chapter and its assertions. Before beginning my study of the confession, through a brother I got into the subject of Baptist Covenant Theology, I got the work of Pascal Denault The Distinctiveness of Bapti It was a while back that I somehow came into contact I don’t remember how, maybe through James White?
Samuel Bonderov rated it it was amazing Jul 30, Waldron states that these officers – the elders or pastors, as you may prefer to call them; the terms in Scripture are interchangeable – may delegate the authority to baptize to another person, but they retain the responsibility for the ordinance.
Though I’ve owned this book for many years, this is the first time I’ve read it straight through, cover to cover. I would recommend it for someone who is more studied ffe well read, who has some formed ideas of their own, and is simply looking for another pastor’s views on the confession. Oct 22, Jordan rated it really liked it Shelves: The head of content relates almost entirely to one topic, and I’ll confine my comments to that topic – the question of who may baptize.
No trivia or quizzes yet. If anyone wanted me to recommend a couple books about Reformed Christianity, this would actually be one of them.
There he interacted with the other side and provided some answers. Jun 06, Nathan White rated it really liked it. David Steele rated it it was amazing Nov 09, At other times he just skipped right over entire paragraphs in the confession without any exposition whatsoever, dealing with only one idea from an entire chapter. It was a while back that I somehow came into contact I don’t remember how, maybe through James White?
His exposition of Chapter 3 is excellent. Waldron is stating the position of the Confession, and so is doing his job – and indeed I have no doubt that he genuinely believes that the Confession is correct. Sometime later, by the grace of God I came to embrace and glory in them.
Particularly good is his chapter on Baptism, in which he cuts through many common arguments for paedobaptism with precision and brevity, and his commentary on chapter 31, where he excels in discussing death, the afterlife, etc.
May 16, Robert Mckay rated it it was amazing. Hodge and Louis Berkhof with putting an “equal sign between the Old Covenant and the New Covenant, between circumcision and baptism” Demonstrates well the continuing validity of the London Baptist Confession of Faith.
The whole chapter left me confused as to what his view actually is. I have studied this topic extensively over the last 15 years, having previously served as an elder in a PCA church and in more recent years embracing Federalism and serving in ARBCA churches.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. These are some the briefest chapters in the Confession yet the longest in Waldron’s exposition. I would have loved to have a Scripture index, an index of authors, and an index of topics, or at the very least the last if the other two weren’t feasible. I’ve called this book valuable, and indeed it is – it’s worth far more than the price I paid for it.
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Jan 05, Darryl rated it it was amazing. The first and foremost thing that I love about this Confession is it’s high, high, high view of God’s sovereign freedom. Each chapter in the book covers one chapter in the confession. It is an excellent read and a great introduction to the London Baptist Confession of What I loved about Dr Waldron’s work is his way of explaining the Confession and going through the biblical evidence as I have been reading Grudem, I would have loved it if Dr Waldron would cite portions of the passages that he was using as proof, rather most of the time, only references were given.
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I thought he did a good job with the outlines and found them beneficial for following the train of thought of each chapter in the confession. Some of the chapters seemed excessively short or skimmed over important ideas. Disappointingly average exposition of what is otherwise a brilliant confession of faith. This has caused some strange opinions by Dr. Brandon rated it it was amazing Aug 06, The London Confession which preceded the document says of baptism that “The persons designed by Christ, to dispense this ordinance, the Scriptures hold forth to a preaching Disciple, it being no where tied to a particular church, officer, or person extraordinarily sent, the commission enjoining the administration, being given to them under no other consideration, but as considered Disciples.
I can only imagine how confused this chapter would leave someone who came to it not understanding the various views and hoping for clarification. Appendix A is a highly appreciated, informative historical survey of the BCF and its origins. Refresh and try again. Another problem, which I’ll put under the head of production though it might more properly relate to content, is the lack of any index. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Dec 31, Kenneth rated it it was amazing.