The Center for Baptist Renewal seeks to equip Baptists with the resources of the Christian tradition so they might incorporate these beliefs and practices into the life of the local church.
Baptist Classics: Andrew Fuller
In this episode, Winston Hottman and Luke Stamps are joined by special guest Nathan Finn to discuss Andrew Fuller and his work Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation (1785).
Baptist Classics: John Gill
In this episode, Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps are joined by special guest Matthew Barrett to discuss John Gill and his work The Doctrine of the Trinity Stated and Defended (1731).
Baptist Classics: Thomas Monck
In this episode, Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps are joined by special guest Jesse Owens to discuss Thomas Monck and his work A Cure for the Cankering Error of the New Eutychians (1673).
Baptist Classics: Benjamin Keach
In this episode, Matt Emerson is Joined by special guest Jonathan Arnold to discuss Benjamin Keach and his work Gold Refined (1689).
Baptist Classics: Nehemiah Coxe
In this episode, Luke Stamps is joined by special guest Sam Renihan to discuss Nehemiah Coxe and the contribution of his work A Discourse of the Covenants (1681) to Baptist theology.
Baptist Classics: Roger Williams
In this episode, Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps discuss Roger Williams and his work The Bloody Tenent of Persecution (1644). This episode is the second of the CBR Baptist Classics Reading Challenge.
A breath of fresh air
If you have felt pulled between maintaining your Baptist distinctives and embracing the riches of Christian history (liturgy/sacraments/confessions/tradition), this podcast is a breath of fresh air. Baptists can and should root themselves in the heritage of the Great Tradition of the Christian Church. Thanks and keep up the great work.
I have been following these guys for quite some time. I’m so glad they finally have a podcast!