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Ignorant-Yes; Covenanter-No!

The Dangerous Anabaptist and Sectarian Thought in Brian Schwertley's Covenanter-Yes; Steelite-No Diatribe


This is the book you must have to learn about the troubles and lack of consistency within the modern Reformed and Presbyterian churches in Europe and America today. This book answers the question of the church letting the truth slip and continuing in a path of defection from the historically held confession of the Reformed church.

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The importance of creeds and confessions

Sola scriptura is a statement regarding the source of authority for all professing Protestants. It is not a hermeneutical principle nor is it a substitute for subordinate authorities in the church. Reformed Christianity, while sharing much with evangelicalism, has always believed that creeds and confessions of faith were necessary to the well-being of the church. However, modern Reformed Christianity has lost its way. It has forgotten the importance of creeds because it has forgotten the importance of history. History holds the key to understanding the intent and the application of the creeds and constitutions of the Reformed faith. When controversies arise concerning confessional teaching, history alone provides the facts which illustrate how creeds and confessions were originally adopted. Without history providing such facts, no church can maintain its confessional integrity against the winds of change. This book covers many topics concerning the confession and testimony of the church. See a preview of the book below!

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Topics Covered in the Book

 Why Historical Testimony is a necessary term of communion for the spiritual descendants of Covenanters

and why all professing Protestants and Presbyterians should care.

There are scores of topics covered in this book. Here are a few of them listed below with a preview of the full topic index and full bibliography as well.

  • Church Constitution
  • Close Communion
  • Creeds and Confessions
  • Denominationalism
  • Extraordinary Call
  • Fellowship
  • Martyrs
  • National Churches
  • Predictive Prophecy
  • Presbyterianism
  • Regulative Principle
  • Schism and Sectarianism
  • Social Covenanting
  • Terms of Communion
  • Theonomy and Reconstructionism
  • True vs. Faithful
  • Witness Bearing
  • and much, much more!

The Topic Index

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The Bibliography

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The Author Index

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What others Are saying

Although I read this book cover to cover, and listened intently to the five sermons that this book answers, I offer no opinion here on the dispute at hand. Rather let me tell you in a single word what impressed me the most—history. History to the church is what a stopwatch is to a runner. Without history, the church is adrift in childlike ignorance of where it has been, where it is going, and most importantly, where it is now. This book has awakened in me anew the importance, yea, necessity of history for the well-being of the church. I can’t think of anything more important for the modern church than its own history. However, beware; there is a somber side to any church today that discovers aright its history. History hurts, but it can heal. For me, history has for decades been a daily source of heartbreak and self-loathing, for it has convinced me that the modern church, like my own heart is, ‘wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked.’ Rev. 3:17. Someday the Church will be victorious beyond our wildest dreams, (Isaiah 2:2-4) but those days are not yet our days. History tells me so.

—Ed Walsh, REFORMED.ORG

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