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Essays on the Baptist controversy or, an examination of the mode and subjects of baptism ; together with the right of all denominations to the privilege of sacramental communion with each other by Russell Reneau

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Published by Higgins & Perkinpine in Philadelphia .
Written in English


  • Controversial literature,
  • Baptism,
  • Close and open communion

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Other titlesBaptism controversy collection
The Physical Object
Pagination142 p. ;
Number of Pages142
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24994264M

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The story of John the Baptist begins with his father Zachary, a priest of the Temple in Jerusalem. Luke tells us of the birth of John the Baptist in a town of Judaea, about six months before the birth of the Savior. What John is most famously known for is baptizing hence the name, John the Baptist. Word Count: ; Approx Pages:   Three Southern Baptist historians examine the controversy sparked by Ralph Elliott's book 'The Message of Genesis' in which the Old Testament professor described the first book . 1 The Making of the Baptist Faith and A.J. Smith. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, , pp., $ In his dissertation, The Making of the Baptist Faith and Message, A.J. Smith sought to document the efforts of former Southern Baptist Convention president Heschel Hobbs to stabilize the SBC and avoid a denominational schism by way of leading the effort to rewrite the Author: Dustysmith. ever been held by Baptists. Enough is given to acquaint the general reader with what we believe, and to equip our own people with the highest and most luminous expression of our principles that in recent years has been compiled. I believe that a wide circulation of this book File Size: KB.

H. Leon McBeth's 'The Baptist heritage' is a definitive, fresh interpretation of Baptist history. Based on primary source research, the book combines the best features of chronological and topical history to bring alive the story of Baptists around the by: Indeed, Spurgeon has been vindicated. The British Baptist Union is a shadow of its former self. Moreover, Spurgeon’s Downgrade foreshadowed the Fundamentalist/Modernist Controversy of the s and the great SBC Controversy at the end of the 20 th century. Doctrinal decay always brings dire consequences. The controversy cost Spurgeon dearly. The William Whitsitt Controversy on Baptist Baptism There are several essays. The Bible Translation Controversy About Baptism in the s Several essays The Presbyterians and Infant Baptism From the Western Baptist Review Via The Tennessee Baptist newspaper, More American Baptist Histories Baptist History Homepage. Theologians of the Baptist Tradition is an effort to preserve and discover the Baptists' "underappreciated contribution to Christianity's theological heritage." Theologians Timothy George and David S. Dockery present a volume of essays to serve as a resource for pastors, students, and teachers and as an introduction to the life and thought of.