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Chapter 14

Of Saving Faith

1 I. The source of saving faith
  A. The personal agent involved
  B. The instrumental means involved
2 II The acts of saving faith
  A. Saving faith embraces the infallibility and excellency of the Scriptures
  B. Saving faith responds appropriately to everything in the Scriptures
  C. Saving faith (principally) trusts in Christ alone for salvation from sin
3 III. The distinctiveness of saving faith
  A The fact of its distinctiveness

1. The fact qualified


2. The fact emphasized

  B. The fruit of its distinctiveness

From: Samuel E. Waldron, A Modern Exposition of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith, (Evangelical Press, 1989), p. 184. Used by permission.

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