THE BAPTIST CONFESSION OF FAITH With Scripture Proofs Adopted by the Ministers and Messengers of the general assembly which met in London in 1689 Editor's note: The Scripture links used in this on-line publication of the 1689 London Baptist Confession are to the WWW Bible Gateway at Gospelcom.net. To The Judicial and Impartial Reader. It is not, of course, to be held as an infallible and authoritative rule. It differs from the Westminster Confession in adding Chapter 20 (The Gospel and its Gracious Extent), and in its understanding of the Church and … Web Page by unknown. The 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith was written by Calvinistic, Particular Baptists in England who desired an official statement for their beliefs.,The London Baptist Confession is intentionally largely based on the Westminster Confession of Faith (1646) and the Savoy Declaration (1658). 1999, revised ed. Baptist Confession of Faith (1689) Rewritten in modern English by Andrew Kerkham 1st ed. By GOL April 26, 2011 June 24th, 2019 Creeds & Confessions, The Baptists. Web Page by Color coded. The 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Website) Web Page by Joe Thorn. Our thanks to GospelCom for 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. A Tabular Comparison of the 1646 Westminster and the 1689 Baptist Confessions of Faith. London Baptist Confession of 1644. A Summary of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith 1. Faith which receives Christ's righteousness and depends on Him is the sole instrument of justification, yet this faith is not alone in the person justified, but is always accompanied by all the other saving graces. The Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 Rewritten in Modern English ©1975, Carey Publications, Ltd. 75 Woodhill Road, Leeds, U.K. LS16 7BZ ISBN 0 85479 940 0 (Use this number to order the confession in book form from your local Christian bookstore.) 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. London Baptist Confession of 1646. Although the 1689 London Confession (also known as the Second London Confession [SLC] to distinguish it from the 1644, or First London Baptist Confession) is a wonderful statement of Calvinistic Baptist faith, it should not be used as a local church’s statement of faith. 1.1 The Holy Scriptures are the only sufficient, certain and infallible rule1 for saving knowledge, faith, and obedience.2. The Baptist Confession of Faith (1689) Baptist ministers need experience no hesitation in recommending the Confession to their members as a document that maintains doctrinal precision with a reasonable degree of fullness. No Comments. The 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith, also called the Second London Baptist Confession, was written by Particular Baptists, who held to a Calvinistic soteriology in England to give a formal expression of their Christian faith from a Baptist perspective. Chapter 1 THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. And it is not a dead faith, but works by love. 2001 Andrew Kerkham /h2> The Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 has its roots firmly in the Westminster Confession of Faith of 1647. Preface to the Second London Baptist Confession, 1677.