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New Hampshire Confession (1833) solidified Sandy Creek’s soteriology as now the majoritarian view of early Southern Baptists.
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The Sandy Creek movement began nearly forty years before Finney’s birth. Its founder, Shubal Stearns, practiced innovative evangelism methods long before Finney.
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