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Baptists and the subject of baptism: any real progress during the last 25 years? Callam, Neville G. Oct 1, 2015 12016
Black Missionary Baptist Ministers and the burden of the Great Commission. Zou, Hang; Hope, Warren C. Report Sep 22, 2015 5898
Toward a twentieth-century Baptist identity in North America: insights from the Baptist Congresses, 1881-1913. Sherouse, Craig A. Essay Sep 22, 2012 5162
In support of our churches. May 1, 2006 562
Recent trends and Baptist missions: American Christians, including most Baptists, have typically been among the most productive, effective, and committed mission supporters and missionary senders, and they still are. Durso, Pamela R. Editorial Mar 22, 2006 339
The shifting landscape in Baptist missions during the twentieth century: dozens of excellent books and hundreds of articles have been written in the past ten years on the changes that occurred in Baptist foreign missions work during the twentieth century. Thomas, T Mar 22, 2006 3721
Baptist missions in recent decades: patterns in Laity involvement, particularly among the younger generation. Gourley, Bruce Mar 22, 2006 3806
The future of Baptists and missions: what is the missions future for Baptists? The question is more than a rhetorical one or the speculation of an academician. Stroope, Mike W. Mar 22, 2006 4025
Blues and Lamentations. Collum, Danny Duncan Brief article Feb 1, 2006 334
The Baptist light: free and fragile: in March 1993 the "Storm of the Century" inundated the Deep South. In a region where a dozen or so snowflakes in mid-air can lead to massive school closings, an inch has been known to bring all movement to a grinding halt. Gourley, Bruce Jan 1, 2006 674
Angelina B. Buensuceso: harbinger of Baptist ordination of women in the Philippines: in 1934, a seventeen-year-old student named Angelina Belluga enrolled in the Baptist Missionary Training School (BMTS) in Iloilo City on Panay Island in the Philippines. Romarate-Knipel, Carla Gay A. Jan 1, 2006 3791
Remember that you were slaves Deuteronomy 5:15, 15:15, 16:12, 24:18, 22: winning sermon in the 2005 Baptist heritage preaching contest: when we celebrate the Fourth of July, we are reminding ourselves as Americans that we have not always been free. Hollaway, Steve Jun 22, 2005 2580
Baptist women deacons and deaconesses: key developments and trends, 1609-2005: "Baptist women deacons and deaconesses: key developments and trends, 1609-2005" is a big topic. It covers four centuries. It spans international boundaries. It exhibits considerable conflict. Deweese, Charles W. Jun 22, 2005 5484
Sallie Rochester Ford: fiction, faith, and femininity: nineteenth-century Baptists offered two general, and different, cultural messages to women within the church regarding social expectations. Traylor, Richard Jun 22, 2005 3451
Baptist women in America: in various times in Baptist history in America, women have served as church planters, missionaries, mission organization leaders, deaconesses, deacons, worship leaders, preachers, exhorters, and spiritual advisors. Durso, Pamela R. Editorial Jun 22, 2005 480
What were Baptists in America like 200 years ago? One of the best places to go to answer the question is to David Benedict's (1779-1874) fifty years among the Baptists. Shurden, Walter B. Jun 22, 2005 581
Baptist women walking together in America, 1950-2000: when did you become captivated by the study of history? I was born in a twin-city area of North Louisiana, behind the First Baptist Church of one of the twin communities and around the corner from a school where I studied American history under a rare phenomenon, a seventh-grade teacher with a Ph.D. in history. Anders, Sarah Frances Jun 22, 2005 2955
Chosen by God: women pastors on the frontiers of the seventh day baptist denomination: we sat in the warm July sunshine, taking a break from the afternoon camp activities. Suddenly Courtney swung her body around and looked across the picnic table at me. She had just heard another adult address me. Bancroft, Patricia A. Jun 22, 2005 3522
Keep your hand on the plow--hold on: black Baptist women in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: as I look about me today in this veiled world of mine, despite the noisier and more spectacular advance of my brothers, I instinctively feel and know that it is the five million women of my race who really count. Smoot, Pamela A. Jun 22, 2005 4536
Black Baptist women and the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement, 1956-1963: historians and journalists during and immediately after the Civil Rights Movement emphasized the role of religion in the movement. They showed how the black church and its leaders provided the charisma, finance, inspiration, spiritual nurture, and the foot soldiers that made the movement successful. Fallin, Wilson, Jr. Jun 22, 2005 3135
A look at Baptist preaching: past, present, and future. Bugg, Charles B. Mar 22, 2005 3809
John A. Broadus: shaper of Baptist preaching. McKibbens, Thomas R., Jr. Mar 22, 2005 2404
Confessions of a bi-vocational Baptist preacher. Thompson, M. Greg Mar 22, 2005 1580
Over troubled waters: Baptist preachers who were bridge builders. McKibbens, Thomas R., Jr. Mar 22, 2005 2231
The unlikely argument of a Baptist fundamentalist: John Roach Straton's defense of women in the pulpit. Canipe, Lee Mar 22, 2005 4765
Like a wildfire: the growth of Virginia Baptists between 1765 and 1774. Nixon, John Ashley Mar 22, 2005 3416
The effect and implications of the theology of Elder Reuben Ross on Baptist life. Mohon, Timothy Mar 22, 2005 3970
The power of Baptist origins: a little Baptist church in the Appalachian Mountains gave me my basic spiritual education until I went to college. Deweese, Charles W. Jan 1, 2005 575
Against all odds: the fire shut up in the bones of L. Venchael Booth, founder of the progressive National Baptist Convention: intellectual integrity mandates a disclaimer at the outset. The disclaimer is that I do not come to this subject matter without bias. L. Venchael Booth was my father. Booth, William D. Biography Jan 1, 2005 4113
Seventh Day Baptists: a microcosm of Baptist history: some people like to stand on the shore of an ocean and see the magnitude of God's creation. Some prefer to use the same ocean to travel beyond that which is known to them. Still others like to play in the surf, even swimming against the tide or trusting in its buoyancy to carry their bodies to the safety of the shore. Sanford, Don Jan 1, 2005 3918
John Leland: evolving views of slavery, 1789-1839: in 1789, the General Committee of Virginia Baptists turned to Massachusetts native John Leland to craft a statement concerning slavery. Gourley, Bruce Biography Jan 1, 2005 5350
Baptist missionaries caution against criticism of Islam. (Nation). Donovan, Gill Brief Article Jan 31, 2003 205

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