HISTORIC BAPTIST FAITH DOCUMENTS
First London Baptist Confession - In 1644, seven English Baptist churches came together during a time of unrest and persecution to lay down their doctrine. The result was the London Baptist Confession of Faith.
Second London Baptist Confession - In 1677, a better and more complete confession was drafted, drawing heavily from the Westminster Confession of Faith. In 1689, when the persecution of Baptists in England ended, this 2nd London Baptist Confession was officially endorsed by a large representative body of Baptist congregations.
Spurgeon’s Baptist Catechism - A catechism built from the Westminster Shorter Catechism and the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith, with notes and additions by C.H. Spurgeon.
Keach’s Catechism - One of the earliest Baptist catechisms, drafted in 1677 to clarify and explain the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith.
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