Item description for Baptist Beliefs by Edgar Mullins...
Overview In this book Dr. Mullins, honored Baptist scholar, does not set forth a formal creed but rather gives a "general survey of the beliefs commonly held by Baptist." It will prove a most helpful guide for Bible classes and other groups that wish to study the biblical foundation of our Baptist beliefs. The book is easy to read and clearly outlined for effective teaching.
1. The Scriptures 2. God 3. Providence 4. The Fall Of Humanity 5. Election 6. The Mediator 7. The Holy Spirit 8. Regeneration 9. Repentance 10. Faith 11. Justification And Adoption 12. Sanctification 13. The Perseverance Of The Saints 14. The Kingdom Of God The Second Coming Of Christ The Resurrection The Judgment The Church Baptism The Lord's Supper The Lord's Day Liberty Of Conscience Missions Education Social Service Heaven And Hell The New Hampshire Declaration Of Faith Covenant
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Studio: Judson Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.34" Width: 5.02" Height: 0.28" Weight: 0.24 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1987
Publisher JUDSON PRESS #575
ISBN 0817010149 ISBN13 9780817010140
Reviews - What do customers think about Baptist Beliefs?
Quick and easy to understand, not deep theology Jul 12, 2004
Edgar Young Mullins (1860-1928), minister, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and professor of theology, originally published this book in 1912, but the edition I read was the Judson Press 1991 reprinting of the 1925 edition. In this nifty little book, Dr. Mullins collected what he considered to be the core Baptist beliefs, and then explained them in as simple words as possible. This is no deep theological treatise, using scripture to defend every point. Instead, it is a quick and easy to understand explanation of Baptist beliefs. I found this book quite interesting, and highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning what Baptists believe.