- Are Catechisms a Baptist Thing? -- "It’s not as well known, but Baptists also have a rich tradition of writing and using catechisms."
- Bass Reeves, Lawman Extraordinaire -- "Could the West’s first African-American deputy marshal have inspired the Lone Ranger?"
- ‘Everything to Me’: A resilient couple finds home and hope in one of Alabama’s poorest communities -- "If you come and see the people, and talk with them, they don’t talk about how they’re living on less than $12,000 a year...Their focus is on their joy and the things they do have."
- Have Landmark Baptists made any helpful contributions to the Christian tradition? -- "While Landmark Baptists may have been the most vocal in championing Baptist perpetuity, this view was held by the majority of all Baptists from the 17th to the 19th century."
- In Defense of Church Membership -- "...Paul described a repentant individual as one once excluded by “the majority” (2 Cor 2:6)."
- Samuel Harriss -- "In Virginia Baptist Ministers, by James Barnett Taylor and George Braxton Taylor"
- Spurgeon Uncut and Unpasted -- "What we read today is not exactly what Spurgeon’s audience heard...Spurgeon spent most of Monday and Tuesday revising and editing the stenographers’ copies of his spoken sermons."
- The Origin, Theology, Transmission, and Recurrent Impact of Landmarkism in the Southern Baptist Convention (1850-2012) -- "The research concluded that Landmarkism is far from a forgotten piece of Southern Baptist history. Its influence, impact, and grip are very visible in some Southern Baptist beliefs and practices."
- The Story of Coffee -- "One of my summer reads is Coffee: The Epic of a Commodity by H. E. Jacobs. This book was written in the 1930s, but don’t let that stop you from reading it."
Saturday, October 13, 2018
The Story of Coffee, and other links
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