The Westminster Confession Of Faith
Excerpt from The Westminster Confession of Faith: And the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England; The Legal, Moral, and Religious Aspects of Subscription to Them In the case of Free Church of Scotland Appeals, which came before the House of Lords 1903-4, the judges stated their opinion that Churches must adhere strictly to the creeds which they profess in the sense which the framers of the creeds attached to the words of these creeds.
The Westminster Confession is a foundational document for countless churches worldwide. Churches of all sizes claim it as their confession, and hold to it with varying degrees of closeness. However, how many people actually have any real knowledge of the Confession or feel it is only of relevance to their church leaders? Joey Pipa's study book is the ideal tool for all Christians who seek to gain a better understanding of their faith through exploring an integral cornerstone of Reformed Christianity.
Title: The Westminster Confession of Faith Binding: Leather Author: Various Publisher: BannerofTruth
Timeless truths--viewed in their enduring relevance. In his three-volume exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith. R. C. Sproul writes with both insight into current issues and clarity for lay readers. The resulting commentary will long serve the church as an invaluable aid for digesting and teaching the eternal truths of Scripture.