Sunday, 28 October 2012
I just completed reading and editing a new book, "Covenant Theology: A Baptist Distinctive" Earl Blackburn, ed. for the ARBCA Publications committee, which will hold a conference meeting by phone in a little over an hour.
In this book are a chapters by Fred Malone, Earl Blackburn, Walt Chantry, and others. It will nullify the supposed assertion that Baptists cannot hold to covenant theology, as many associate covenant theology with infant baptism.
This is the last of many tasks outside of the church and post office that have made for a real time crunch. Tomorrow, I hope that normalcy will return to my daily schedule.
Now I have to put away books and file papers so I can find them. This morning I looked for John Murrary's book on the imputation of Adam's sin and it was not on the shelf were it belonged. It is currently lost in the many piles of my cluttered study. I'm great at meeting deadlines, (I can always burn the midnight oil) but bad about putting things away! Which reminds me of yesterday's post. Hopefully, I will yet see order out of the chaos.