The King’s Table exists to help local churches seek, display, and share the depths of the gospel throughout the world. You will find a variety of biblical topics from worldview and apologetics to hermeneutics and systematic theology.


Born from the depths of the Southern United States, our contributors have experienced nominal church and cultural Christianity. God has provided the cure for nominalism in the words of inspired scripture. Jesus’ death and resurrection has brought sight to the blind eyes of each contributor to this blog. By the grace of God, we pray to teach and equip the readers that they too can know the depths of the one true God of which we write.


The King’s Table holds to historic statements of faith like the 1689 Second London Baptist Confession, the New Hampshire Confession, the Abstract of Principles, the Baptist Faith and Message 2000, and the Chicago Statement on Inerrancy. God has revealed himself thoroughly through Scripture, by which the Holy Spirit encompasses the unbeliever to life from death by faith through the conviction of sin by the revelation of the Holy God, who sent his Son as a sacrifice for those who would believe him. Jesus, the Son of God, was then raised from the dead, bringing life to people from every nation who will now one day see Jesus face to face in either the bodily resurrection or in His return. Praise be to our triune God.


We want our readers to be equipped with current studies in Biblical Literature on all fronts. We cover a lot of different topics and have many contributors for this very purpose. Please stay connected and subscribe to e-mail updates and follow our social media outlets to be up to date with our productions.


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