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Exploring some Essential Resources for Understanding Covenant Theology, Believer's Baptism, Bible Versions, and Calvinism

Updated: Jun 20

Today, many churches are desperate for new additions to their flock. Great caution must be used in accepting new members. There is so much doctrinal confusion, that to accept individuals who are strongly influenced by non-biblical systems of understanding could be devastating to the harmony of a congregation.

Here are a few references to consider concerning some of the main tripping points today. May these resources be of help to you. You must be well-versed in biblical theology in order to counter the subtle (yet very destructive) challenges that are presenting themselves today.

I. Covenant Theology (Eschatology in general)

Things to Come, by Dwight Pentecost - Although I have many books on eschatology, this is one of my favorites for all things related to this important subject.

There Really is A Difference, Renald Showers

II. Believer's Baptism

Believer's Baptism: Sign of the New Covenant in Christ, by Thomas Schreiner and Shawn Wright. This book is a collection of essays defending believer's baptism, and arguing against infant baptism,

III. Bible Versions

The King James Version Defended by E.F. Hills

Which Bible? David Otis Fuller

In the Beginning, Alister McGrath

A Creationist's Defense of the King James Bible, Henry Morris

IV. Calvinism

What Love is This? Dave Hunt.

The Potter's Promise: A Biblical Defense of Traditional Soteriology, Leighton Flowers

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