The Confessions: On the Fall of Man
On this week’s episode:
We’re back in the four confessions (Abstract of Principles, New Hampshire, 1689 LBCF, and the Westminster) to discuss what they say about the fall of mankind.
If God is sovereign, why would he allow the fall?
Why do we say “fall” when describing what happened in Genesis 3?
We briefly discuss what “Federal Headship” is and why it’s important to this topic.
Plus, we get into what we thought of the new Aladdin movie (hint, there’s some disagreement here).
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Various confessions, creeds and statements that we either hold to or appreciate greatly:
Abstract of Principles (Baptist)
New Hampshire Confession (Baptist)
Westminster Confession (A.D. 1647) (Presbyterian)
Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy (Nature of Scripture)
Nashville Statement (A.D. 2017) (Biblical Sexuality) - CBMW
Danvers Statement (A.D. 1987) (Complementarianism) - CBMW
ARTICLE: Why Creeds and Confessions? (Ligonier)
ARTICLE: 6 Reasons to Confess Your Faith Corporately (9Marks)
ARTICLE: Confessions: Thick or Thin? (9Marks)
ARTICLE: Confessions: Old or New? (9Marks)