Was the Old Testament Merely External and Temporal?

Wilhelmus à Brakel The Christian’s Reasonable Service, Vol. 1 pp. 457-463 The Existence of an Additional, External Covenant with Men Denied Question #2: Did God, either in the Old or New Testament, establish a different, external covenant in addition to the covenant of grace? Answer: Before we answer this question it is necessary to define… Read More Was the Old Testament Merely External and Temporal?

The Obligation of Lawful Oaths | John Brown of Haddington

John Brown of Haddington The Absurdity and Perfidity of All Authoritative Toleration of Gross Heresy, Blasphemy, Idolatry, and Popery. Letter II, pgs. 101-103. The obligation of lawful promises, oaths, vows and covenants, as well as of human laws, respecting moral duties, however distinct, is no more separable from the obligation of God’s law, than Christ’s… Read More The Obligation of Lawful Oaths | John Brown of Haddington

Infant Baptism Proven from the Scriptures (2) | Samuel Rutherford

Samuel Rutherford on Infant Baptism (Part 2) The following is Chapter 14 of The Covenant of Life Opened Considerations of the Arguments from Gen. 17, Mark 10:15-16, Luke 18, Math. 19, & Rom. 11 for Infant Baptism.  If God be the God of Abraham and of his seed, Gen. 17. therefore every male child shall… Read More Infant Baptism Proven from the Scriptures (2) | Samuel Rutherford