Logos’ 17th Century Particular Baptist Covenant Theology Collection
On 19, Feb 2011 | In Books | By admin
Preface: Make sure to read Samuel Renihan’s important How to Read Logos’ Baptist Covenant Theology Collection to understand how these works relate to 1689 Federalism. They are not all in agreement with every detail. Pascal Denault’s summary as well as the Coxe/Owen volume should guide your evaluation of these other authors.
The Baptist Covenant Theology Collection dives into seventeenth- and eighteenth-century covenant theology, emphasizing the implications God’s covenants with man have for modern-day believers, particularly regarding baptism. One of the largest divisions facing the Baptist church in the seventeenth century was the stance on paedobaptism. These texts carefully craft arguments from Scripture, drawing from developments in covenant theology to address contemporary arguments supporting infant baptism. The collection contains a blend of accessible texts written for laity and more in-depth scholarship for those wanting to dig into covenant theology.
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- Examines seventeenth- and eighteenth-century covenant theology
- Addresses contemporary paedobaptist arguments
- Provides a variety of accessible and scholarly explorations of Scripture
- The Ax Laid to the Root, Part 1 by Benjamin Keach
- The Ax Laid to the Root, Part 2 by Benjamin Keach
- The Display of Glorious Grace; or, The Covenant of Peace, Opened by Benjamin Keach
- The Everlasting Covenant: A Sweet Cordial for a Drooping Soul by Benjamin Keach
- A Discourse of the Covenants That God Made with Man before the Law by Nehemiah Coxe
- A Short Description of the Difference between the Bond-Woman and the Free, as They Are the Two Covenants, 2nd ed. by Isaac Backus
- A Treatise concerning the Lawful Subject of Baptism, 2nd ed. by John Spilsbery
- Truth Vindicated, in Several Branches thereof, and Many Objections Fairly and Soberly Answered
- A Just Reply to Mr. John Flavell’s Arguments, by Way of Answer to a Discourse by Cary Philip
- A Solemn Call by Cary PhilipBaby-Baptism Meer Babism; or An Answer to Nobody by Samuel Fisher
- The Fallacy of Infants Baptisme Discovered; or, Five Arguments, to Prove That Infants Ought Not to Be Baptized by Paul Hobson
- A Treatise concerning the Covenant and Baptism: Dialogue-wise, between a Baptist & a Poedo-Baptist by Edward Hutchinson
- Of Baptisme by Henry Lawrence
- A Little Cabinet: Richly Stored with All Sorts of Heavenly Varieties, and Soul-Reviving Influencesby Robert Purnell
- A Treatise of the Vanity of Childish-Baptisme: Wherein the Deficiency of the Baptisme of the Church of England is Considered in Five Particulars Thereof by Andrew Ritor
- The Second Part of the Vanity & Childishnes of Infants Baptisme by Andrew Ritor