Confessional Baptist Theology for a Non-Confessional Age
Founded in 2019, The Baptist Broadcast works to provide creedal and confessional resources to pastors and laity alike. We are concerned not only with Christian orthodoxy broadly considered but specifically confessional Baptist theology as presented in the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith (1677/89). We feature a regular podcast hosted by Josh Sommer and an active blog. We are looking to expand our authorship and podcast network in the near future as well.
There isn’t a single place upon the timeline of history to which we might point in an attempt make an historical demonstration of natural theology’s demise.
There has been much speculation as to the identity and timing of God’s kingdom. Contemporary speculation on the kingdom of God tends to domesticate and separate the kingdom from Christ and His work, and it fails to account for present-kingdom language used throughout the New Testament.
Like the word “Trinity,” the word “simplicity” eludes those making the demand for an express, biblical reference. So, how do we know if it’s biblical?
As the all-too-familiar trinity debate rages on, one vital piece of the “discourse puzzle” is still missing—hermeneutics.
Appeals to natural revelation, and thus the assumption of a natural theology, are rife throughout the didactic work of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Part of our current ailment is the inability for Christians to relate subjects of theology to one another in terms of their respective, causal relationships.
It is never a good day to disagree with Dr. Sam Waldron. In spite of our disagreements, I have leagues-worth of respect for this man…
Thomas’ five ways are well known. But fewer know that another Thomas had even more.
Sola Scriptura must be defined correctly, not only to avoid subjecting Scripture to the dictates of men, but also that we might retain the requisite tools (assumptions) and categories needed in order to make sense of the Scriptures in the first place.
Hospitals aren’t the only ones fulfilling their own doom-and-gloom prophecy. Modern theological conservatives are doing the very same thing.