Wednesday, 19 November 2014 14:02

OPINION: Surviving ‘the seasoning’

It took personal sacrifice to plant Baptists on North American soil. Initially there were few takers.

Published in Herald/Mid-Atlantic

A complex man, the towering 19th-century Baptist leader was an “extroverted controversialist” and “Introverted unifier.”

Published in Organizations
Thursday, 06 November 2014 08:56

Journal explores Baptist beginnings in Virginia

The latest issue looks at the “Virginia Mission” undertaken by English Baptists in the 18th century.

Published in Herald/Mid-Atlantic

The historic Baptist church is hoping to capitalize on a portion of its downtown property across the street from Nashville’s massive new convention center complex.

Published in Congregations

Pastors say it's important that churches which have dropped “Baptist” from their names remain transparent about Baptist affiliations on web sites and literature.

Published in Congregations

But religious conservatives who fear they are being reduced to minority status in American society should embrace the development as a return to prophetic witness, says one scholar.

Published in Culture
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 14:15

Historic Baptist church sold to fraternity

A historic Baptist church building in upstate New York will be repurposed as a fraternity house.

Published in Congregations

In Contesting Catholicity, Curtis Freeman urges Baptists to move beyond the fragmentation and sectarianism that has characterized so much of the past toward “the unity for which the Lord Jesus prayed and which the church must seek.”

Published in Theology

Scholars, educators and ministers say a process is needed through which Baptist congregations can consistently and uniformly transmit Christian identity and doctrine.

Published in Theology

No one outside the tribe is going to celebrate the conservative resurgence, so its heroes might as well celebrate themselves.

Published in Commentaries
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