A facsimile edition of the second London confession, originally penned in 1677. It is a succinct, vital summary---accompanied by scriptural proofs---of those beliefs that would eventually be accepted by millions around the world. Difficult phrases are explained in brackets. Includes a brief history and an index. 53 pages, softcover. Wakeman Trust.
C H Spurgeon said of this great Confession - "Here the youngest members of our church will have a body of Truth in small compass, and by means of the scriptural proofs, will be able to give a reason of the hope that is in them." This brilliant summary of doctrine (in the same family as the Westminster Confession), with its invaluable proof texts, is here gently modernised in punctuation, with archaic words replaced. Explanations of difficult phrases have been added in italic brackets. A brief history of the Confession, with an index, is included.