This paper explores the contemporary significance of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith (2LCF) by examining it through three different lenses. First, the historical context of the Confession will be explored to gain a comprehensive understanding of its scope and limitations. Second, the anthropological doctrines of the Confession, including the creation of humanity, Imago Dei, the fall, redemption, salvation, and human dignity, will be examined. Finally, the study will apply the insights gained from the 2LCF to modern-day challenges facing the church. Through this analysis, the paper will demonstrate the relevance of the 2LCF while highlighting potential avenues for further research.