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Segmentation of a Society...

Where does one find uniformity in anything in life? Where does one locate that Upper Room where 120 sit in one mind or in one accord? 609 more words

Why Do These Pentecostals Keep Growing?

In his Christianity Today article titled Why Do These Pentecostals Keep Growing, Ed Stetzer, a noted Christian researcher and missiologist, is not focusing on aberrant Pentecostal groups but what he terms “orthodox evangelical Pentecostals.”  Neither is he interested in debating Pentecostalism.  342 more words


Baptists, Bootleggers, and the Regulatory Cocktail

Zachary Lewsen

In the early 1930s, after the prohibition on alcohol in America was formally repealed, Baptists and other religious leaders across the country lobbied for the Sunday Closing Laws. 670 more words

Public Policy

Ezekiel 34:11-16, 20-24

Matthew 25:31-46

This week in the church is the final week of our Christian year. It has come to be celebrated as Christ the King Sunday or as the Reign of Christ Sunday. 1,852 more words

God, Church, And Theology

Which Kind of Baptist Are You?

It is simply not true that Reformed and Baptist can’t go together.  There is a significant stream of Baptist history in line with the magisterial… 243 more words


Differences Between Conservative & Moderate Baptists

Earlier today in my Baptist History course, the professor provided a chart that compared and contrasted the fundamental theological, moral, political, and denominational differences between Conservative and Moderates in the Southern Baptist Convention. 635 more words


What New Testament Church are you trying to Restore?

From time to time you will here some say that they’re trying to restore THE New Testament church, with emphasis on THE.  For example, a whole movement, Stone-Campbell of the early-mid nineteenth century (non-instrumental Church of Christ, Christian Church, and Disciples of Christ), was all about restoring New Testament Christianity. 207 more words