This manual includes the London Baptist Confession (1689) and
the Baptist Catechism (1751), along with a short essay on the
modern-day downgrade and a Bible reading plan. This material has
been collected specifically for use among Reformation Montana
churches, but it has been made available for all Baptists of
"Revivalism may be driven by emotion, fanaticism, and every
other work of the flesh. But genuine revival and reformation is
founded upon and driven by a rediscovery of the great truths of
Christianity. Catechisms, such as the one found in these pages,
serve to both promote and sustain genuine reformation."
Paul Washer Director of HeartCry Missionary Society and 2012
RefMT Conference Speaker
"The Bride of Christ needs the book A Baptist Catechism. Jordan
has provided a great benefit and asset to the church by compiling
valuable resources that will aid and strengthen both the church and
her members. The essay, "A Modern Day Downgrade," is revealing and
convicting in its content. This is a book that will not
Ricky Le'Mons Executive Director of Reformation Montana and
pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Billings, MT
"Western culture today seeks to cut itself free from burdensome
things like truth, consistency, and commitment. The Baptist
Catechism reminds us that there are truths worth living for, and
dying for, that give life transcendent meaning and purpose."
Dr. James White, Director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, host of
The Dividing Line and 2013 RefMT Conference Speaker.
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