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Baptist principles

H. J. Charter

Baptist principles

by H. J. Charter

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Published by Published by the B. M. S. Tract Committee in Colombo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Rev. H. J. Charter, Baptist missionary.
The Physical Object
Pagination[5],2-64p. ;
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19134216M

Baptist Principles is intended to serve three segments of our Baptist life. It is first of all for individuals, pastors, and laity who want to do serious thinking about Baptist principles, work through the tensions, and apply evolving conclusions to personal life and ministry. principles of the Baptist churches of today. Bureau of Census for For many years I have felt the need of a small book on church membership, written from the viewpoint of an tool and aid for other independent Baptist churches. If the book proves a blessing in .

  The World Book Encyclopedia, in an article on "Baptists" written by Willis H. Porter (Associate General Secretary to the American Baptist Convention at the time) reports, "Baptists believe that since the time of Christ there have been Christians who upheld many of the principles that Baptists stand for today. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustration, portrait ; 23 cm. Contents: pt. I. Distinctive Baptist principles / Jeremiah B. Jeter --pt. II. Distinctive Baptist principles by various authors --Regenerate church membership / Henry G. Weston --Subjects of baptism / Alvah Hovey --Case for immersion at present / Edgar Y. .

When the original charter of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary was adopted in it contained the following statement which continues as a part of the “fundamental laws.” “Every professor of the institution shall be a member of a regular Baptist Church; and all persons accepting professorships in this Seminary shall be considered, by such acceptance, as .   Home | Book Reviews | Book review — Baptist Revival: Reaffirming Baptist Principles in Today’s Changing Church Scene. Aug Reviewed by Martine Bates Fairbanks Dan Nelson. North Fort Myers, Fla.: Faithful Life Publishers, pp. (Paperback). Pastor Dan Nelson is concerned that our pragmatic culture and increasing lack of.


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Baptist Principles, with Practical Applications and Questions for Discussion. By George H. Tooze. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, pp. The late George H. Tooze served Baptist churches in Massachusetts and Indiana, and taught on Baptist polity at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis.Baptists are sometimes described as "people of the Book," and this is certainly true of the characteristically Baptist approach to ethics.

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