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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

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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

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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”

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W. B. Johnson 1845-1851

R. B. C. Howell 1851-1859

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P. H. Mell

John L Dagg 1794-1881

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Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

1859 Greenville, SC

Basil Manly, Sr

Basil Manly, Jr

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James Petigru Boyce

John A Broadus

Abstract of Theology

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How did the SBC fare in the 20th Century?

Programs vs Doctrine

“Were these regenerate church members?”

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Last Half of Nineteenth Century

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

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How did Modernism invade the church?

Dr. George Marsden Fundamentalism and the American Culture

  • SOCIETAL
  • POLITICAL/ECONOMIC
  • PHILOSPHICAL/SCIENTIFIC
  • THEOLOGICAL/PRACTICAL
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SOCIETAL: Settlement of the West

Flood of immigrants in the East

POLITICAL/ECONOMIC:

Democracy+Capitalism=extreme individualism

American way!

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PHILOSOPHICAL/SCIENTIFIC FACTORS

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)

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Philosophical Influences:
  • Empiricism
  • Rationalism
  • Romanticism
  • Scientific Influences:
  • The Hypothesis of Evolution

RESULT: FOUNDATION FOR THE SOCIAL GOSPEL

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THEOLOGICAL/PRACTICAL FACTORS

Higher Criticism

Man centered Arminian theology

Denominational structures

Push for unity for evangelism & missions

Para church organizations

Independent mission boards

Dispensationalism

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REACTION TO MODERNISM

Dr. Jack Arnold

Questioning Attitude

Indifferent Attitude

Fighting Attitude

Bible Conferences

Bible Colleges

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Two Movements:

Recovery of Conservative Principals

Recovery of Doctrines of Grace

Paul Pressler

Paige Patterson (1942-)

Anatomy of a Reformation

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Recovery of the Doctrines of Grace

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

Memphis, July 1983

Earnest Reisinger

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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.
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