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On the Validity & Value of Confessions of Faith, Part 4

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Written by deangonzales

July 22, 2008 at 11:27 pm

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  1. […] On the Validity & Value of Confessions of Faith, Part 4 « RBS Tabletalk […]

  2. Bob,

    The 3rd benefit you mention (for evangelism & education) is often a missing element. What a blessing to have a solid confession and then bolster our children in the truths of Scripture in a systematic way.

    We often think in terms of our own generation and fail to think ahead enough to our children and grandchildren. What better gift to pass on to them than a solid confession of faith that is being lived out, and also taught in a living and vibrant way.

    This was a helpful series for me to think through these things.

    May the Lord bless in Colombia,
    Jeremiah

    Jeremiah

    July 25, 2008 at 12:32 pm

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  4. […] church (see “On the Validity & Value of Confessions of Faith,” Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV). Of all the historical creeds, I believe those of the Reformed tradition most accurately represent […]


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