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  We hold the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith 1689 as

our confession and doctrinal standard. We believe that this

historical confession best represents a solid and biblical

understanding of the doctrines of Scripture. It is our

statement of faith, what we believe and teach.

The Second London Baptist Confession of 1689



  1. Of The Holy Scriptures

  2. Of God and the Holy Trinity

  3. Of God's Decree

  4. Of Creation

  5. Of Divine Providence

  6. Of the Fall of Man, of Sin, and of the Punishment thereof

  7. Of God's Covenant

  8. Of Christ the Mediator

  9. Of Free Will

  10. Of Effectual Calling

  11. Of Justification

  12. Of Adoption

  13. Of Sanctification

  14. Of Saving Faith

  15. Of Repentance unto Life and Salvation

  16. Of Good Works

  17. Of the Perseverance of the Saints

  18. Of the Assurance of Grace and Salvation

  19. Of the Law of God

  20. Of the Gospel and the Extent of Grace thereof

  21. Of Christian Liberty and Liberty of Conscience

  22. Of Religious Worship and the Sabbath Day

  23. Of Lawful Oaths and Vows

  24. Of the Civil Magistrate

  25. Of Marriage

  26. Of the Church

  27. Of the Communion of Saints

  28. Of Baptism and the Lord's Supper

  29. Of Baptism

  30. Of the Lord's Supper

  31. Of the State of Man after Death, and of the Resurrection of the Dead

  32. Of the Last Judgment



    We the MINISTERS, and MESSENGERS of, and concerned for upwards of, one hundred BAPTIZED CHURCHES, in England and Wales (denying Arminianisim), being met together in London, from the third of the seventh month to the eleventh of the same, 1689, to consider of some things that might be for the glory of God, and the good of these congregations, have thought meet (for the satisfaction of all other Christians that differ from us in the point of Baptism) to recommend to their perusal the confession of our faith, which confession we own, as containing the doctrine of our faith and practice, and do desire that the members of our churches respectively do furnish themselves therewith.

  1. Hansard Knollys, Pastor, Broken Wharf, London

  2. William Kiffin, Pastor, Devonshire-square, London

  3. John Harris, Pastor, Joiner's Hall, London

  4. William Collins, Pastor, Petty France, London

  5. Hurcules Collins, Pastor, Wapping, London

  6. Robert Steed, Pastor, Broken Wharf, London

  7. Leonard Harrison, Pastor, Limehouse, London

  8. George Barret, Pastor, Mile End Green, London

  9. Isaac Lamb, Pastor, Pennington-street, London

  10. Richard Adams, Minister, Shad Thames, Southwark

  11. Benjamin Keach, Pastor, Horse-lie-down, Southwark

  12. Andrew Gifford, Pastor, Bristol, Fryars, Som. & Glouc.

  13. Thomas Vaux, Pastor, Broadmead, Som. & Glouc.

  14. Thomas Winnel, Pastor, Taunton, Som. & Glouc.

  15. James Hitt, Preacher, Dalwood, Dorset

  16. Richard Tidmarsh, Minister, Oxford City, Oxon

  17. William Facey, Pastor, Reading, Berks

  18. Samuel Buttall, Minister, Plymouth, Devon

  19. Christopher Price, Minister, Abergayenny, Monmouth

  20. Daniel Finch, Minister, Kingsworth, Herts

  21. John Ball, Minister, Tiverton, Devon

  22. Edmond White, Pastor, Evershall, Bedford

  23. William Prichard, Pastor, Blaenau, Monmouth

  24. Paul Fruin, Minister, Warwick, Warwick

  25. Richard Ring, Pastor, Southhampton, Hants

  26. John Tomkins, Minister, Abingdon, Berks

  27. Toby Willes, Pastor, Bridgewater, Somerset

  28. John Carter, Pastor, Steventon, Bedford

  29. James Webb, Pastor, Devizes, Wilts

  30. Richard Sutton, Pastor, Tring, Herts

  31. Robert Knight, Pastor, Stukeley, Bucks

  32. Edward Price, Pastor, Hereford City, Hereford

  33. William Phipps, Pastor, Exon, Devon

  34. William Hawkins, Pastor, Dimmock, Gloucester

  35. Samuel Ewer, Pastor, Hemstead, Herts

  36. Edward Man, Pastor, Houndsditch, London

  37. Charles Archer, Pastor, Hock-Norton, Oxon

In the name of and on the behalf of the whole assembly.

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