Posts Tagged ‘Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy’

Learning from “Last Century’s Fundamentalists”

Don Johnson Very interesting article over at the Gospel Coalition by Joe Carter, “What Last Century’s Fundamentalists Can Teach Us About This Century’s Apostasy.” The apostasy Carter is referring to is the rapid rise of evangelical acceptance of homosexuality and related issues. Citing Pew Research, he says:

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Comments on Baptist Fundamentals

Don Johnson Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International. The messages from the conference were published in a…

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Baptists and World-Wide Missions

J. Whitcomb Brougher, D. D. Pastor, Temple Baptist Church, Los Angeles, Calif. Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship…

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Baptist Fundamentals: Modernism in Baptist Schools (Part 2)

W. B. Riley, D. D. Pastor, First Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minn. Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International.…

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Baptist Fundamentals: Modernism in Baptist Schools (Part 1)

W. B. Riley, D. D. Pastor, First Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minn. Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International.…

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Comments on Things Not Shaken

Don Johnson Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International. The messages from the conference were published in a…

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Baptist Fundamentals: Things Not Shaken

Cortland Myers, D. D. Pastor, Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass. Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International. The messages…

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Comments on The Baptist Program of Evangelism

Don Johnson Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International. The messages from the conference were published in a…

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The Baptist Program of Evangelism

W. W. Bustard, D. D. Pastor, Euclid Avenue Baptist Church, Cleveland, Ohio Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship…

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Comments on The Bible at the Center of the Modern University

Don Johnson Editorial note: We are in the midst of a series of posts from the messages delivered at the Pre-Convention Conference of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1920. From the Conference the Fundamental Fellowship was formed which is today known as the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International. The messages from the conference were published in a…

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