Seeking Reformed Baptist Writings About Church Calendar

Discussion in 'Church Calendar and Pretended Holy Days' started by Rutherglen1794, Apr 20, 2019.

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  1. Rutherglen1794

    Rutherglen1794 Puritan Board Sophomore

    Can anyone who is able, please share with me historical Reformed Baptist (not modern) writings on the Church calendar, holy days, etc.?

    Thank you.
     
  2. Shanny01

    Shanny01 Puritan Board Freshman

    Benjamin Keach has a work refuting Saturday Sabbatarians and setting forth the institution of the Lord's Day. Outside of that I'm not sure of any works dedicated to the Church Calendar. Given there was agreement among the English Non-Conformists (Presbyterian, Congrehational, Baptist) on the necessity of positive institution for Holy Days (ergo only the Lord's Day), my hunch is they rested content in the works of paedobaptists such as Ames (Fresh Suit) and Gillespie (English Popish Ceremonies) that set forth the common view between them that the government, function, worship, and doctrine of the Church is regulated by Scripture.
     
  3. KMK

    KMK Administrator Staff Member

    :agree:
     
  4. Rutherglen1794

    Rutherglen1794 Puritan Board Sophomore

    That sounds believable. Thank you.
     
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