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1689 Conference REIGN of GRACE 2016

December 28, 2015 Leave a comment

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MARCH 18,19 – 2016

covenant – cross -consummation

That as sin hath reigned unto death, even so might grace reign through righteousness unto eternal life by Jesus Christ our Lord. Romans 5:21 (KJV)

It seems as though in the year 2015 there has been many challenges facing us as Christians, both from outside our walls and from within.

The church needs to be encouraged with the reminder of the steadfastness and surety of God’s reign through grace,
which will not be thwarted by sin nor traitors in our ranks.

If it would please the Lord, we are hoping to achieve several things with this year’s theme: REIGN of GRACE.

Beginning on Friday we hope to provide an overview concerning a very important way in how to understand God’s redemptive plan which is interwoven all throughout the Scriptures – the Covenant of Grace. This Covenant is central to the 1689 Baptist Confession and is sure to provide God’s people with confidence and renewed hope that the Lord fulfills His promises!

Then on Saturday, following the reassurance and reminder of the promises and plans made to Christ’s people, we will offer teachings that have a more practical mood, in hopes they may exhort, encourage and equip those in attendance to continue to fight the good fight, and not to grow weary in well doing.

So then, please join us that we may continue steadfastly unto the end in the most holy faith which we confess.

Come, gather and meet new friends who share with you in precious like faith.



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Abstract of Systematic Theology

November 27, 2013 3 comments

Abstract of Systematic Theology


Rev. James Petigru Boyce, D.D., LL. D.,

Joseph-Emerson-Brown Professor of Systematic Theology

in The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

First published in 1887


To the



President of the

Board of Trustees of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary,


this book is respectfully dedicated, as a token of high personal esteem, and in recognition of his deep interest in the cause of education, and especially of the theological education of the Christian ministry; as evinced, among other generous gifts, by his endowment in The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary of the Chair of Systematic Theology, with which the author is officially connected.



Chapter 1 The Science of Theology

Chapter 2 The Being of God

Chapter 3 Reason and Revelation

Chapter 4 The Unity of God

Chapter 5 Spirituality of God

Chapter 6 Divine Attributes

Chapter 7 The Immutability of God

Chapter 8 The Power of God

Chapter 9 The Knowledge of God

Chapter 10 Holiness, Goodness, Love, and Truth

Chapter 11 Justice of God

Chapter 12 The Will of God

Chapter 13 The Decrees of God

Chapter 14 The Trinity

Chapter 15 Personal Relations in the Trinity

Chapter 16 Outward Relations of the Trinity

Chapter 17 Creation

Chapter 18 Creation of Angels

Chapter 19 Fallen Angels

Chapter 20 Creation of Man

Chapter 21 Providence

Chapter 22 The Fall of Man

Chapter 23 The Effects of the Sin of Adam

Chapter 24 The Headship of Adam

Chapter 25 Christ in the Old Testament

Chapter 26 The Person of Christ

Chapter 27 The Offices of Christ

Chapter 28 The Atonement of Christ

Chapter 29 Election

Chapter 30 Reprobation

Chapter 31 Outward and Effectual Calling

Chapter 32 Regeneration and Conversion

Chapter 33 Repentance

Chapter 34 Faith

Chapter 35 Justification

Chapter 36 Adoption

Chapter 37 Sanctification

Chapter 38 Final Perseverance of the Saints

Chapter 39 Death and the Soul’s Immortality

Chapter 40 Christ’s Second Coming and the Resurrection

Chapter 41 The Final Judgement

Chapter 42 The Final States of the Righteous and the Wicked


Rev. James Petigru Boyce, D.D., LL. D.,–Abstract of Systematic Theology–First published in 1887