2 Timothy 2:24-25
I assume this is what you're basing your assertion on:Originally posted by ChristianTrader
He does it when he points out that Westminster rejected baptists from their assembly, as a good reason that we should also do so.Originally posted by SemperFideles
Could you point me to the part where Dr. Clark equates "...every baptist with the anabaptists of yesteryear..."?
Or do you disagree with my assertion that Reformed Baptists of today have differences with Baptists of yesteryear?
But since you did decide to respond to my point, do you think Owen wrote or spoke as Dr. Clark, when he interacted with Bunyan's error?
Dr. Clark does understand the difference between Reformed Baptists, Particular Baptists, and Anabaptists and has even distinguished between them in other parts of the thread.Why were there no baptists at the Westminster Assembly? Because they weren't invited. Why? Because they weren't regarded as Reformed? Anglicans were there, Independents were there, Presbyterians were there. but no Baptists.
Are there any other people beside Jeff and Dr. Clark that you would like to make fallacious generalizations about?
[Edited on 10-2-2006 by SemperFideles]