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Baptist Confession of Faith and Doctrine (La confession de foi et la doctrine baptistes)

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In recent years, we have witnessed a real resurgence of interest in the Reformed faith in Francophone evangelical circles. We have seen this interest materialize through a denominational approach among more and more Christians and churches. The denominational approach is not just about personally confessing your faith through doctrinal statements, but doing so in concert with the Church.

The Church is not called to reinvent Christianity with each generation, but to confess from generation to generation "the faith which has been handed down to the saints once and for all" (Jud 3). It must pass on to new believers this heritage founded in biblical doctrine. Confessions of faith and catechisms that are part of recognized Christian orthodoxy are excellent educational tools for deepening and communicating biblical teaching.

In this collection, we present to you three documents which simultaneously integrate universal Christian doctrine, the essentials of the Protestant Reformation and the peculiarities of the Baptist faith. These documents are sufficiently detailed to clearly communicate the fundamental articles of the Christian faith, without being exhaustive or overly pointed in all the theological details.

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Edited by

PASCAL DENAULT is pastor of the Reformed Baptist Church of Saint-Jérôme. He obtained a bachelor's and a master's degree in theology from the Faculty of Evangelical Theology of Montreal (2001-2011). He is the author of the books The Dark Side of Christian Life , Solas and A Better Alliance .

Table of contents

Introduction

London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689

  • Preface
  • The Holy Scriptures
  • God and the Holy Trinity
  • The decree of God
  • Creation
  • The providence of God
  • The fall of man, sin and his punishment
  • The covenant of God
  • Christ mediator
  • Free will
  • The effective call
  • The justification
  • Adoption
  • Sanctification
  • Faith that saves
  • Repentance for life and salvation
  • Good works
  • The perseverance of the saints
  • The assurance of grace and salvation
  • The law of God
  • The Gospel and the extent of its grace
  • Christian freedom and freedom of conscience
  • Religious worship and the Sabbath day
  • Oaths and legitimate vows
  • The political government
  • The wedding
  • The Church
  • The Communion of Saints
  • Baptism and Holy Communion
  • Baptism
  • Holy Communion
  • The state of men after death and the resurrection of the dead
  • The Last Judgment

Orthodox catechism

Preface
Introduction

First part: The misery of man

Part two: The deliverance of man

I. The apostolic symbol

  • God the Father and our creation
  • God the Son and our redemption
  • God the Holy Spirit and our sanctification

II. The sacraments

  • Baptism
  • Holy Communion

Part Three: Recognition

I. God's law
II. Prayer

The Symbol of Nicaea
The Symbol of Athanasius

Small Baptist catechism for young children

Our relationship with God (Q. 1-5)
Who is God? (Q. 6-16)
Who is the man? (Q. 17-24)
The covenant of works (Q. 25-30)
Sin (Q. 31-42)
The covenant of grace (Q. 43-61) < br> Salvation (Q. 62-72)
The offices of Christ (Q. 73-79)
The ten commandments (Q. 80-112)
The Our Father (Q. 113-129 )
The sacraments (Q. 130-143)
The last things (Q. 144-152)

Details

Under the direction of : Pascal Denault
Publisher : Cruciforme
Publication : May 2021
ISBN : 978-2-925131-02-1
Pages : 188
Dimensions : 5.5 "x 8.5"
Format : paperback
Weight : 234 g

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