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CHURCH HISTORY II Lesson 34 A Big Body of Baptists. The Southern Baptist Convention: It’s origin, history and present condition. I. Review of Baptists in America. New England. Middle Colonies. 1688 Lower Dublin. July 21, 1707 Philadelphia Baptist Association. South.

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Church history ii lesson 34 a big body of baptists
CHURCH HISTORY II Lesson 34A Big Body of Baptists

The Southern Baptist Convention: It’s origin, history and present condition


I. Review of Baptists in America

New England

Middle Colonies

1688 Lower Dublin

July 21, 1707 Philadelphia Baptist Association

South

1751 Charleston Association

1758 Sandy Creek Association


1814 “General Missionary Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Triennial Convention

1832 American Home Missionary Society

May 1845 Southern Baptist Convention: Augusta Georgia

“Evangelical Calvinists”


W. B. Johnson 1845-1851 Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

R. B. C. Howell 1851-1859


1859-1863 Richard Fuller Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Jesse Mercer


P. H. Mell Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

John L Dagg 1794-1881


Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

1859 Greenville, SC

Basil Manly, Sr

Basil Manly, Jr


James Petigru Boyce Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

John A Broadus

Abstract of Theology


How did the SBC fare in the 20 Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”th Century?

Programs vs Doctrine

“Were these regenerate church members?”


Last Half of Nineteenth Century Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Liberalism / Modernism

“A movement who’s adherents were seeking to reshape the Christian faith into a form which would be acceptable to modern man”

Fatherhood of God

Brotherhood of Man


How did Modernism invade the church? Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Dr. George Marsden Fundamentalism and the American Culture

  • SOCIETAL

  • POLITICAL/ECONOMIC

  • PHILOSPHICAL/SCIENTIFIC

  • THEOLOGICAL/PRACTICAL


SOCIETAL: Settlement of the West Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Flood of immigrants in the East

POLITICAL/ECONOMIC:

Democracy+Capitalism=extreme individualism

American way!


PHILOSOPHICAL/SCIENTIFIC FACTORS Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Philosophy “A search for truth through logical reasoning rather than factual observation”

Webster, p 635

1926 “What Christian Liberals are Driving At”

Fosdick (1878-1969)


  • Rationalism

  • Romanticism

  • Scientific Influences:

  • The Hypothesis of Evolution

RESULT: FOUNDATION FOR THE SOCIAL GOSPEL


THEOLOGICAL/PRACTICAL FACTORS Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Higher Criticism

Man centered Arminian theology

Denominational structures

Push for unity for evangelism & missions

Para church organizations

Independent mission boards

Dispensationalism


REACTION TO MODERNISM Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Dr. Jack Arnold

Questioning Attitude

Indifferent Attitude

Fighting Attitude

Bible Conferences

Bible Colleges


Two Movements: Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

Recovery of Conservative Principals

Recovery of Doctrines of Grace

Paul Pressler

Paige Patterson (1942-)

Anatomy of a Reformation


Recovery of the Doctrines of Grace Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions”

“The Southern Baptist Conference on the Faith of our Founders”

Memphis, July 1983

Earnest Reisinger


  • Our purpose is to encourage pastors, students and church leaders to recover the gospel of God's grace and work for the spiritual health and reformation of local churches.

  • Our abiding concerns:

    • We desire to be orthodox without being obnoxious.

    • We want to be confessional, yet contemporary.

    • We are Southern Baptist, though not sectarian.

    • Our goal is to be doctrinally and devotionally balanced.


R Albert Mohler (1954-) leaders to recover the gospel of God's grace and work for the spiritual health and reformation of local churches.


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