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One reason I am a moderate Baptist is to avoid creedalism. Let me define that – as it is meant by my fellow moderate Baptists (and some others). To me, to us, “creedalism” is the elevation of some extrabiblical statement of belief to a status equal with Scripture itself – authoritative beyond doubt, mental reservation, […] Read More

LEARNING FROM BAPTIST HISTORY Editor’s note: As part of an emphasis leading up to Baptists’ 400th anniversary in 2009, is running a series of columns by staff of the Baptist History and Heritage Society about lessons from Baptist history and why they are relevant today. Thousands of Baptist individuals, churches, associations, conventions, and other […] Read More