Radical Reformation: Anabaptists (B. Hubmaier)

‘Balthasar Hubmaier (1480–1528), one of the early German Anabaptists, had an excellent education and received a doctor of theology degree from the University of Ingolstadt, where he studied under Luther’s opponent, John Eck. His pastorate at Waldshut, near… Read More

Radical Reformation: Anabaptists

‘Anabaptists appeared first in Switzerland because of the freedom that existed in that land. Neither feudalism nor the papacy had been able to gain a hold on this land of courageous mercenary soldiers. Zwingli’s insistence on the Bible… Read More

A Few Baptists Everyone Should Know About

Here are some great men of the past: John Dagg (1794-1884) Adoniram Judson (1788-1850) William Carey (1761-1834) Andrew Fuller (1754-1815) John Gill (1697-1771) Benjamin Keach (1640-1704) William Kiffin (c. 1616-1701) Keep reading here (At GSiV see here)

Baptists, Behold Your Reformed Heritage

The First London Baptist Confession of Faith (1646) The Second London Confession (1677/1689) “The 1689 Confession was a Baptist revision of the Savoy Declaration (1658), which itself was a Congregationalist revision of the famous Presbyterian standard the Westminster… Read More

Baptists & Calvinistic Heritage

GSiV, “God and Salvation: The Doctrines of Sovereign Grace” (Đức Chúa Trời Và Sự Cứu Rỗi: Tín Lý Về Ân Điển Quyền Năng) Ernest Reisinger, A Southern Baptist Looks at the Biblical Doctrine of Election T. Kendall, The… Read More


Protestants in general, and Baptists specifically, have embraced the doctrine of election. Listen in English to a sermon originally preached by Charles Spurgeon: http://www.sermonaudio.com/search.asp?currsection=sermonstopic&keyword=charles+spurgeon

Hồn của những người chưa được cứu thì bị cho đi Địa Ngục (Hell)

And the souls of the wicked [all those who haven’t been saved] are cast into Hell Chapter 33:1 ‘The bodies of men after death return to dust, and see corruption, but their souls, which neither die nor sleep,… Read More

Committed to Doctrines of Grace and Missions

Sometimes a commitment to the doctrines of grace has led some Christians to wrongly become hyper Calvinists (click here). This only proves that no system keeps man from being thoroughly depraved; but that point proves Calvinism rather than… Read More

The Protestant Reformation (En and Vn)

Cuộc Cải Chánh Many posts below contain both Vietnamese and English. Reformation History: Five Onlys–part 10 Reformation History: John Calvin là ai?–part 9 Reformation History: John Calvin là ai?–part 8 Reformation History: William Farel–part 7 Reformation History: Calvin và Farel–part… Read More

Pragmatism Undermines Doctrine

‘The SBC [Southern Baptist Convention] was overwhelmingly pragmatic. During the middle decades of the 20th century, the SBC became preoccupied with growth—and we were good at it. The SBC grew, overtaking every other denomination in the United States…. Read More