Southern Baptist


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Noun1.Southern Baptist - a member of the Southern Baptist Convention
Southern Baptist Convention - an association of Southern Baptists
Baptist - follower of Baptistic doctrines
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Third, there were Southern Baptist women who spoke out in defense of Paige Patterson.
Especially after I surrendered to Gods call into the ministry, I made the choice no, it was a commitment to be Southern Baptist. After 55 years in ministry, I can say with confidence that I am a Southern Baptist by conviction.
(http://edition.cnn.com/2017/09/28/politics/trump-alt-right-evangelicals/index.html) CNN reported this letter followed the decision of the country's largest protestant denomination, the Southern Baptist Convention, to condemn and denounce the alt-right.
"The cross and the Confederate flag cannot co-exist without one setting the other on fire," Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, wrote in a widely noted blog post June 19.
Critique: A seminal and scholarly work of original research, ""The Exiled Generations: Legacies of the Southern Baptist Convention Holy Wars" is enhanced with the inclusion of an informed and informative Postscript by Molly T.
Mark Wilson builds his discussion around Carver's involvement in several controversies that evolved in Southern Baptist life in the late nineteenth and
Drawing from interviews and writings of a remarkably expansive sample of remaining and former Southern Baptist women-lay and ordained, single and married, older and younger, egalitarian and complementarian, feminist and anti-feminist, conservative and progressive-the author offers an analytic phenomenology of the spectrum of views she discovered.
Carter left the Southern Baptists in 2000 after the denomination came under the control of leaders considered politically conservative.
Four decades ago, the Southern Baptists officially declared, "no ecclesiastical group or denomination should be favored by the state" and "the church should not resort to the civil power to carry on its work."
Third, we examine the inroads postliberal theology has made among the largest Protestant denomination in the country and the largest single religious group in the South, southern Baptists. We argue that postliberalism's southern context threatens to transform it from a valid critique of northern liberalism to a sectarian ideology of dominance among white southern Evangelicals.
Southern Baptists have been particularly vocal about labeling the LDS Church a "cult." In 1997, the denomination published a handbook and video, both with the title The Mormon Puzzle: Understanding and Witnessing to Latter-day Saints.
I was raised a Southern Baptist, drenched in the self-hatred that religion projected onto me and into the world.

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