Category: Baptist Identity

Coalition Is Right

Dr. Rick Patrick

The Gospel Coalition describes itself as “a broadly Reformed network of churches.” In plain English, they are Calvinists. Their confessional statement and leadership is thoroughly Calvinistic. Southern Baptists who affiliate with The Gospel Coalition comprise a group within a group, sharing certain traits with Southern Baptists like me, and other traits with Presbyterians and Charismatics whose views I disaffirm.

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Why the name Anabaptist?

PastorDanNelson

Baptists today are sort of split concerning our affinity with the Anabaptist. The more Calvinistic Baptists say our origins are with the English Baptist around the early 1600’s under John Symth and Thomas Helwys. Officially they were more organized then with less persecution although initially some persecution still existed in England. Others like myself still claim kinship with the orthodox Anabaptist group.

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Baptist Dissenters from Error— Champions of Truth

PastorDanNelson

Baptists are dissenters against anything that contradicts the scripture and the truth. These important statements share what we are against and what we are for…

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Calvinism and Arminianism: Two Rivers that Run Through Us

By Ron F. Hale. He has served as Pastor, Church Planter, Strategist (NAMB), Director of Missions, Associate Executive Director of Evangelism and Church Planting for a State Convention, and now in the 4th quarter of ministry as Minister of Missions. While living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I loved looking down at the cityscape from the perch […]

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THE FUTURE OF BAPTIST THEOLOGY
WITH A LOOK AT ITS PAST

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THE FUTURE OF BAPTIST THEOLOGY
WITH A LOOK AT ITS PAST

By James Leo Garrett, Jr., Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Historical and Systematic Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. This is the first in a series of three articles by Dr. Garrett on “The Future of Baptist Theology with a Look at Its Past,” which was presented at New Orleans Baptist Theological […]

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