The Westminster Confession of Faith is a systematic exposition of Calvinism, written from a Puritan viewpoint. It was originally drafted to reform the Church of England and to unify the various Christian sects in England at that time. The document addresses doctrines such as the Trinity, the sacrificial death and resurrection of Jesus, sola scriptura, and sola fide. The full Westminster Confession of Faith can be found here.
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UFERE, GODSWILL OME. "On Theology of Westminster Confession, Strength and Weakness" Afribary.com (2021). Accessed January 19, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/on-theology-of-westminster-confession-strength-and-weakness