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The Westminster Confession Into the 21st Century: Volume 1

3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  2 reviews
The Westminster Confession is a foundational document for countless churches worldwide. Churches of all sizes claim it as their confession, and hold to it with varying degrees of closeness. Its influence must not be underestimated. However, countless officeholders will have vowed to abide by the Westminster Confession with only the most perfunctory of understanding of its ...more
Hardcover, 572 pages
Published March 21st 2005 by Mentor (first published 2003)
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Chris Comis
Oct 21, 2010 Chris Comis rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Westminster-wonks.
Great collection of essays. These cover a pretty wide range of topics and issues relating to the WCF. The editing is a little shoddy at times -- lots of typos. But overall, a great book and I look forward to reading the other two volumes in the series.
Adam Ross
I picked up this book for the essay by David F. Wright on baptism in the Westminster Confession, as part of my ongoing research into the Federal Vision. It was excellent, in which Wright argues that for the Westminster Divines baptism confers the office of "Christian" upon the one baptized. The peak of his argument, and his conclusion, is that

"The Westminster Divines viewed baptism as the instrument and occasion of regeneration by the Spirit, of the remission of sins, of ingrafting into CHrist
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