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Baptism: Reformed Baptist Perspective

The 1689 London Baptist Confession

The 1689 London Baptist Confession is the primary Reformed Baptist confession. Read about the confession and the confession itself:

Note: "Particular Baptists" is another common name for Reformed Baptists. 

1689 Federalism: An Introduction

An overview of the distinctiveness of 17th century particular baptist covenant theology. "O Great God" by Bob Kauflin. Copyright 2006 Sove...

A helpful introduction that aims to summarize 1689 Federalism, the majority Reformed Baptist view based on the 1689 London Baptist Confession. See the 1689 Federalism website under "Online Resources" for more helpful videos.

Online Resources

Petty France: Ressourcing Baptistic Congregationalist and Particular Baptist History

A blog by historian Samuel D. Renihan (author of "From Shadow to Substance" - see "The Reformed Baptist Perspective: History" box) with articles on the history of Reformed Baptists, arguments for the Reformed Baptist perspective, and a collection of online Reformed Baptist sources. *Recommended by Dr. Harmon*

1689 Federalism

The 1689 Federalism website provides videos summarizing the perspective of the 1689 confession and comparing it to Westminster Federalism, Dispensationalism, and New Covenant Theology. It also provides a recommended reading list, lists other helpful resources, and answers frequently asked questions.



Founder's Journal Issue 108: Of Covenants and Mediators

An online issue of the journal published by Founder's Ministries, a Reformed Baptist organization. This issue lays out a Reformed Baptist conception of the Covenants.


1689 Resources

A list of 1689 ministries and resources on 1689 confession and theology.

Reformed Northwest Podcast

Reformed Northwest Podcast hosted a 5 part interview series with Brandon Adams (of the 1689 Federalism website) on covenant theology from a baptist perspective. The topics are "Introduction:What is Covenant Theology?," "The Covenant of Works," "The Noahic and Abrahamic Covenants, "The Mosaic and Davidic Covenants," and "The New Covenant."