3 thoughts on “What does the resurrection of Christ profit us?

  1. Good Afternoon,

    I hope that all is well. My name is Gabriel Williams and I am the moderator of the blog named The Road of Grace. Over the past several years, I’ve discovered the writing, confessions, and catechisms of the original 17th century Particular Baptist. In particular, I’ve enjoyed studying through The Baptist Catechism by William Collins, The Keach Catechism, and the The Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins. These catechisms most closely align (in structure and in depth) with the Westminster Shorter Catechism and the Heidelberg Catechism, respectively. However, I have not found a Reformed Baptist catechism that is as exhaustive as the Westminster Larger Catechism.

    Over the past 10 months, I have been working on a Baptist Larger Catechism, which aims to be a Reformed Baptist version of the Westminster Larger Catechism. This particular catechism seeks to give a thorough exposition of the doctrine of the 1689 Second London Baptist Confession, including the distinctiveness of Baptist covenant theology. My hope is that this catechism would serve as a companion to the previously mentioned 17th century Baptist catechisms and would be useful for those who desire to pass down these teachings to future generations.

    I have completed the Baptist Larger Catechism and I’ve placed it on my webpage

    Click to access baptist-larger-catechism-v21.pdf

    If you have the time, I would love to hear your feedback and/or criticism concerning the potential usefulness of this project. Thank you for your time and assistance.

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