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A genealogy of dissent : Southern Baptist protest in the twentieth century, David Stricklin

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A genealogy of dissent : Southern Baptist protest in the twentieth century
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A genealogy of dissent
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Southern Baptist protest in the twentieth century
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David Stricklin
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Between the Civil War and the turn of the last century, Southern Baptists gained prominence in the religious life of the South. As their power increased, they became defenders of the racial, political, social, and economic status quo. By the beginning of this century, however, a feisty tradition of dissent began to appear in Southern Baptist life as criticism of the center increased from both the left and the right. The popular belief in a doctrine of ""once saved, always saved"" led progressive Baptists to claim that moderates, once saved, did not address the serious social and political prob
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Religion in the South
A genealogy of dissent : Southern Baptist protest in the twentieth century, David Stricklin
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A genealogy of dissent : Southern Baptist protest in the twentieth century, David Stricklin
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130jr3r
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  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Introduction: Terms of Existence for Southern Baptists in the Twentieth Century; 1. Religion and Culture in the Baptist South: At Work in the Fields of the Lord; From the Bosom of Radicalism to Ease in Zion; Ill at Ease in Zion; 2. Fellowship of Kindred Minds: Foundations of a Genealogy of Dissident Southern Baptists; A Gospel for the Here and Now; Branches of the Family Tree; 3. ""Who Is Their God? Where Were Their Voices?"": Southern Baptist Dissenters and Civil Rights; A Context of Civility; The Third Way
  • A Witness in the DirtA Service of Influence; The Crowded Ways of Life; 4. An Appetite for Justice: Peace, Reconciliation, and Southern Baptist Dissenters; Lifting High the Royal Banner; A Broader Millennium; Into the Third and Fourth Generations; A Genealogy of Reconciliation; 5. Community and Faithfulness: A Genealogy of Dissident Southern Baptist Women; An Inadvertent Radicalism; An ""Incarnational"" Ministry; A Genealogy of Their Own; A Story of Peace and Light; 6. The ""Return"" of Southern Baptist Fundamentalists: The Other Dissenters; The Transformation of the CLC; Farewell to the SBC
  • 7. Conclusion: The Ways of Being BaptistNotes; Bibliography; Index
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