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The Westminster Confession of Faith: American Revision (WCF)

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Produced by the Westminster Assembly for the great Parliament, this time-honored treasure of the faith bears striking resemblance to the Irish Articles, but is far abler, fuller, and superior to any of its predecessors, and gives proof that the Assembly was steadily dominated by its aim to state nothing therein which is not expressly taught in the Word of God, or derivable therefrom by good and necessary reference. Working thus it produced not only the most logical and most complete, but the most Biblical and the noblest creed ever yet published. This edition contains the American revision, which, in addition to other changes, removes portions of chapter XXV regarding the Pope.

Check out the original Edinburgh edition of the Westminster Confession and Subordinate Standards.

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Product Details

  • Title: Westminster Confession of Faith
  • Author: Westminster Assembly
  • Publisher: Logos Research Systems
  • Publication Date: 1996

The Westminster Assembly was a synod of British clergy, theologians, and members of Parliament during the lead-up to the British Civil War tasked with restructuring the Church of England. It began on July 1, 1643, with a sermon preached by William Twisse in the nave of Westminster Abbey. Most of the Assembly ceased attending meetings after the new regime required an oath of engagement to the commonwealth in 1649, though nominal meetings continued into the 1650s. The Assembly produced the Westminster Confession of Faith, the Larger and Shorter Catechisms, liturgical manuals for the Churches of England and Scotland, and other subordinate standards. The Assembly worked in the Reformed tradition according to covenant theology, taking the Bible as the authoritative word of God. Though the Assembly’s work was repudiated during the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, the Confession of Faith and other standards remained the definitive Reformed confessional literature throughout the English-speaking world.


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