How the Baptists got their doctrines
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How the Baptists got their doctrines a restatement of some almost forgotten church history and doctrines that should be remembered by Ora L. Jones

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Published by Harlo Press in Detroit .
Written in English


  • Theology, Doctrinal -- History.,
  • Baptists -- Doctrines -- History.

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Statementby Ora L. Jones.
LC ClassificationsBX6331.2 .J6
The Physical Object
Pagination227 p.
Number of Pages227
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5995131M
LC Control Number66026929

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  Some Baptist churches resisted this missionary emphasis and became known as Primitive Baptists. When the Civil War broke out, the Baptists in the North and the South broke their fellowship and formed separate denominations. Today, there are at least 65 different Baptist associations or denominations in the United States. Get this from a library! How the Baptists got their doctrines; a restatement of some almost forgotten church history and doctrines that should be remembered,. [Ora L Jones]. This book gives an excellent account of the doctrinal beliefs of Mr. Carroll, but it also includes his testimony of salvation through Jesus Christ, which was the most beautiful thing about it. It would do many "modern" Baptists well to consider what he says concerning conversion/5. Baptists and Their Doctrines (Library of Baptist Classics) [Carroll, B. H., George, Timothy, George, Denise, Hemphill, Ken] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Baptists and Their Doctrines (Library of Baptist Classics)/5(3).

  Here are 10 things to know about Baptists and their beliefs. Photo courtesy: © 1. There are a few differing opinions on the origin of the Baptist church. According to Bruce Gourley, who served as executive director of Baptist History & Heritage Society, there are four main opinions on how Baptists originated. Carroll, B.H. Baptists and Their Doctrines. Nashville: Broadman & Holman Publishers, Nashville: Broadman & Holman Publishers, This is one of the volumes in the Library of Baptist Classics published by Broadman and Holman and provides a summary of doctrinal beliefs by an influential leader in the Southern Baptist Convention. Baptists: People of the Book by Derek Gentle. Southern Baptists, among others, continue to be a "People of the Book." This can be seen in the pulpits of Southern Baptist Churches with the expository style of Bible preaching and in the Bible based curriculum in the . the present work entitled, “Baptists and Their Doctrines.” Although nearly two thousand years of Christian history has been chronicled since Jesus came, it still remains true in many quarters that Baptists are much misunderstood. In remote districts it is yet alleged .

Baptists form a major branch of Protestantism distinguished by baptizing professing believers only (believer's baptism, as opposed to infant baptism), and doing so by complete immersion (as opposed to affusion or aspersion).Baptist churches also generally subscribe to the doctrines of soul competency (the responsibility and accountability of every person before God), sola fide (salvation by. Baptist Church Doctrines And Beliefs. Most Baptists teach that all you must do in order to be saved and have your sins forgiven is to "accept Jesus as your personal Saviour". They say that baptism is not essential to salvation and not essential for the forgiveness of sins. They claim that they are saved and their sins are forgiven before and. There was Jesus' doctrine (2 John 9-Il). Also we find the apostles' doctrine (Acts ). There is even a reference to the doctrine of devils (I Tim. ). However, we find not one reference to the doctrine of Baptists or Baptist doctrine. The reason is very simple. Their . The Doctrines Baptists Believe by Dr. Roy T. Edgemon, director of the Discipleship Training Department of the Sunday School Board of the SBC, examines 10 basic doctrines that are important to Baptists. This book will serve as a valuable resource for all who are interested in our doctrinal heritage/5.