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What is the history of the Baptists, especially their early history and the separation of SBC?

I would recommend The Baptist Heritage, Four Centuries Of Baptist Witness by H. Leon McBeth. It is a comprehensive history so you better like to read, at page 340 I'm only nearly half way through. ...
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Does the Southern Baptist Convention consider other religions evil, demonic, and satanic?

According to the SBC's FAQ, the best place to look for SBC views on various issues is in their resolutions: The Southern Baptist Convention makes official statements regarding specific issues by ...
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According to the Southern Baptist Convention, what is the biblical basis for involving the church in politics?

The Southern Baptist Convention in the Public Sphere There is no evidence that the SBC believes itself to be barred from issues relating to public policy, and there is much evidence to the contrary. ...
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Do Southern Baptist traditionalists agree with the Arminian view of prevenient grace?

The statement made that established "Traditionalism" as a term for this long-held belief is here, and I believe accurately reflects the views of most (Southern and Independent) Baptists who hold this ...
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What is the history of the Baptists, especially their early history and the separation of SBC?

I hesitated to tackle your question because it is so vast in scope. The history of the Baptists goes back way before they were established on the North American continent, but I assume you know about ...
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According to Southern Baptists, where does a baby's soul come from?

I think there is an untrue assumption in this question... My question is simply, where does a new human being's soul come from, since it can't have been created? Energy cannot be created or ...
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Do Southern Baptist traditionalists agree with the Arminian view of prevenient grace?

Southern Baptist Traditionalists prefer to believe that the gospel message is sufficient as "prevenient grace" and that anyone can respond if they have heard the gospel. In the Traditionalist view, ...
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Can Southern Baptists take communion at home alone?

There is no "official" position on this question, since the Baptist Faith and Practice is silent on the matter. And in a body as diverse as the Southern Baptist Convention, there is sure to ...
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What Bible translations are accepted by the Southern Baptist Convention?

During my time as a Southern Baptist, i gravitated toward the NASB, NKJV, and the ESV. The church to which I now belong uses the NRSV, although I am still partial to the ESV, which is very close to ...
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