The 1689 Baptist Confession is a time-trusted statement of faith which seeks to articulate the key doctrines of the Bible. The Confession is over three-hundred years old. It has a history of use in England, the United States, and abroad by Particular Baptists (a.k.a. Reformed Baptists). It is probably the most important Calvinistic Reformed Baptist confession of all time. Please see “Introduction to the Confession” to learn about the origins and history of the 1689 Baptist Confession.
This website is an ongoing work which seeks to present a reliable phrase by phrase commentary of the 1689 Baptist Confession. While the dates on the posts go back as far as 2009, I am constantly updating them. Chapters 1-22 are complete, leaving chapters 23-32 remaining for commentary. I have posted research material for 23-32, but have not yet put them into a discourse format (please see disclaimer for those posts). If you are interested in receiving updates on this project, please follow its progress on Twitter, @1689commentary.
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Note: I am a member of Grace Covenant Church, in Gilbert, Arizona, a member church of the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America (ARBCA) www.arbca.com.