Abraham Kuyper, "Calvinism and Confessional Revision," The Presbyterian and Reforemed Review 2 (July, 1891),399. "....These are the reasons why the author, hearing of the revision proposed in America, and realizing what its consequences might be for the Dutch Churches, would feel in duty bound in the sight of God to dissuade from such revision in the most positive manner, if i..
http://opc.org/preface.html The Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. adopted more sweeping revisions of its Confession in 1903. Chapter 16.7, on the works of unregenerate men, was rewritten. The last sentence of chapter 22.3, which forbade the refusing of a proper oath when imposed by lawful authority, was removed. Chapter 25.6, on the head of the church, was rewritten, and the i..
http://www.puritanboard.com/blogs/naphtalipress/articles-1903-revisions-confession-faith-murray-stonehouse-153/ John Murray TODAY we are hardly living in a creed-making age. I do not mean that in our time new creeds will not be formulated and old ones changed. The union in Canada, for example, produced a new creed. But I mean that this is not an age of faith in the Bible as th..
B.B. Warfield, "1903 Revision of the Confession of Faith", Warfield: Selected Shorter Writings, R&R, 1970, 370~410. [........No doubt "Revision has revised." No one will wish to question that. But how has it revised? Not by eviscerating the Calvinism of the Confesson; nor even by modifying it. By by reiterating it, repelling current assaults upon it, and explicating more fully..