The Way We Were: How Southern Baptist Theology Has Changed and what it Means to Us All

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Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc., 2002 - 145 страници
The Way We Were is a book about the theological dimensions of the controversy that shook the foundations of the Southern Baptist Convention during the decades of the 80s and 90s. That controversy began at the national level, far from most Baptist laypeople, trickled down to the state Baptist conventions, where it included a much broader audience, and now has moved into local churches. --from forward
 

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I grew up in a Southern Baptist Church that had been indoctrinated by the "new" SBC regime of the 80's and 90's. I graduated from a Baptist University that broke off from it and mourned the loss of ... Прочетете пълната рецензия

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A Fading Heritage
1
The Majority Tradition
13
Beliefs Baptists Share with All Christians
15
Beliefs Baptists Share with Protestant Christians
29
Beliefs Unique to Baptists
35
Beliefs Baptists Share with Revivalist Christians
51
The Minority Traditions
59
Anabaptist Beliefs
61
Landmark Baptist Beliefs
75
Deeper Life Beliefs
81
Fundamentalist Beliefs
87
Progressive Beliefs
97
The Way We May Become
109
Lost Traditions
111
Innovations
133
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Calvinistic Beliefs
67

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Fisher Humphreys is Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University. He is a graduate of Mississippi College (BA), Loyola University (MA), Oxford University (MLitt), and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (BD, ThD). He is also the author of The Way We Were. He and his wife Caroline have two children and two grandchildren. Learn more about Fisher Humphreys.

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