We Believe in the Ordinances

As you know, we’re presently undertaking a survey of the basic tenants of the historic Baptist faith, as represented in the Articles of Faith of historic Baptist and contemporary Primitive Baptist Churches. Our subject matter for today shifts the focus from what we might call doctrinal or theological concepts to ecclesiological concepts, as we review the specifics of the ordinances.

From Flint River’s Statement of faith:

Article 9 – We believe that baptism, the Lord’s supper, and washing of the saints’ feet are ordinances of Jesus Christ, and that true believers are the only subjects of these ordinances, and the true mode of baptism is immersion.
Article 13 – We believe that none but regularly baptized members have a right to commune at the Lord’s Table.

Radio broadcast for June 4, 2023

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The Biblical Significance of Unleavened Bread

In both the Old Testament and New Testament, unleavened bread has a special, biblical significance. Initially, it was to be used in the Feast of Unleavened Bread that accompanied Passover. But in the New Testament, it was repurposed as an item to be used in The Lord’s Supper, as Christ our Passover was slain for us. Join us for this interesting study of Unleavened Bread from both the Old and New Testaments.

Radio broadcast for October 16, 2022. Continue reading “The Biblical Significance of Unleavened Bread”