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The conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention

by James C. Hefley

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Published by Hannibal Books in Hannibal, MO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Southern Baptist Convention -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Baptists -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Conservatism -- Religious aspects -- Baptists -- History -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJames Carl Hefley ; [foreword by Lewis Drummond].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX6462.3 .H43 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination358 p. ;
    Number of Pages358
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1648388M
    ISBN 100929292197
    LC Control Number91205663
    OCLC/WorldCa25025823

      The Left has been working to transform the Southern Baptist Convention into yet another liberal bastion, but now there are those within the nation's largest .   The 15 million-member Southern Baptist Convention made a similar pivot away from progressive theology decades ago during a period some call the “conservative resurgence.”.

    The conservative resurgence is the mythical fundamentalist term attached to the fundamentalist takeover. They did an excellent job of perpetuating this myth. One of the most prominent books to perpetuate this myth is Jerry Sutton's book, The Baptist Reformation. To call the movement a conservative resurgence attempts to take the. The Southern Baptist Convention is undergoing a seismic shift Gerald Harris Conservative Resurgence, culture, evangelism, Paige Patterson, SBC, SBC Dallas, W.A. Criswell Following the Southern Baptist Convention in New Orleans a host of conservative Baptists converged on the Café du Monde to celebrate another victory for the cause.

    Perhaps one of the most significant is The Baptist Reformation (The Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention) by Jerry Sutton, written from the conservative point of view and published in by the SBC's denominational publishing house, Broadman & Holman Publishers. The book's significance is indicated by the endorsements it. Some younger pastors in the Southern Baptist Convention may be unfamiliar with the details of the crisis that our denomination faced in the latter half of the twentieth century. In , the Sunday School Board’s Broadman Press published a book entitled The Message of Genesis by Professor Ralph Elliot of Midwestern Seminary.


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Synopsis The Baptist Reformation is a meticulous account of the why's and how's of the Southern Baptist Convention's conservative resurgence. Sutton chronicled in mind-numbingly tedious detail the events and persons that shaped the twenty-year struggle to restore the institutions of the Southern Baptist Convention back to their historically conservative moorings/5(13).

The book ends with Sutton’s reflections on why the Convention changed. He gives a compelling conservative interpretation of the Resurgence. The Baptist Reformation is an important book for Southern Baptist historians.

Sutton observes the controversy from the inside. Of course, Southern Baptists had elected conservative presidents in the past, including W.A. Criswell, the larger-than-life pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas. The Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention is sometimes referred to as Volume Six of James C.

Hefley's classic, The Truth in Crisis. It has also been called the The Missing Volume. Fewer copies of this volume were printed than any of the /5(10). I did not grow up a Southern Baptist. Reading the history of the conservative resurgence to me was riveting. I enjoy history and this book supplied a lot of it.

Of course, I am in agreement with the conservative resurgence and so I have a different take on the history than those who are in /5. Synopsis The Baptist Reformation is a meticulous account of the why's and how's of the Southern Baptist Convention's conservative resurgence.

Sutton chronicled in mind-numbingly tedious detail the events and persons that shaped the twenty-year struggle to restore the institutions of the Southern Baptist Convention back to their historically conservative moorings/5. The Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention is the wrap-up book of The Truth in Crisis series and covers 70 years of eventful Southern Baptist History, climaxing in the most revolutionary change of a denomination in American church history.

Get this from a library. The Baptist reformation: the conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention. [Jerry Sutton] -- Jerry Sutton examines the twenty-year struggle to restore the destiny and distinction of the Southern Baptist Convention by describing the context of the struggle, the reformation that began in the.

Conservative Resurgence: Voices. Retrieving, Repeating, and Redeeming the principles of the Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention. New book underscores conservative resurgence in SBC and Southern Seminary in exodus from liberal denominations Jeff Robinson — July 7, A new book uses the conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary as part of a larger argument that Americans are leaving liberal churches.

It seems relevant given it its formation seems to be directly related to the conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention. Jimmy Carter famously broke with the Southern Baptist Convention in and soon after formed the New Baptist Covenant along with Bill Clinton and Bill Underwood.

Elmmapleoakpine18 March (UTC). In his new book, The Baptist Reformation: The Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention, Dr. Jerry Sutton offers a behind the scenes glance at the events that led to and shaped the conservative movement in the SBC.

Published by Broadman & Holman Publishing, this page volume is epic not only in size, but also in content. Between Hefley published a book each year at the height of the conservative movement, culminating in the five-volume series, The Truth in Crisis.

Detailing the course change of the Southern Baptist Convention, in he published The Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention. The books were at one time among the most.

Since the early s, dozens of scholarly or semi-scholarly books, dissertations, articles, and essays have been written about the Conservative Resurgence (CR) in the Southern Baptist Convention. The CR in the SBC began with the Houston Convention in and lasted through the end of the century.

The troubles of the Southern Baptist Convention offer an interesting window into the long-term prospects of Christianity in America—partly because the Southern Baptists have been fretting about.

Perhaps one of the most significant is The Baptist Reformation (The Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention) by Jerry Sutton, written from the conservative point of view and published in by the SBC’s denominational publishing house, Broadman & Holman Publishers. In the end, it was Paige Patterson’s willingness to put his own future at stake, and his own reputation on the line, that explains how the conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention succeeded.

More than any other individual, Paige Patterson was the man who put all at risk for the sake of what he so profoundly believed. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)--A new book uses the conservative resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary as.

Why Evangelicals Support Donald Trump. Praying for America at the Southern Baptist Convention, Dallas, plus the “conservative resurgence”. Paula White is a false teacher of the prosperity gospel. Recently many Southern Baptists were disheartened to see influential Texas SBC Pastors like Jack Graham and Robert Jeffress endorsing White’s new book.

Faithful Christians can disagree about what level of behind-the-scenes personal friendship is appropriate with false teachers like White.

WHEREAS, The gathering of this th annual session of the Southern Baptist Convention marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the conservative resurgence within the Southern Baptist Convention; and WHEREAS, Southern Baptists owe a great debt of thanks to those who have led our beloved Southern Baptist Convention back to its original foundations.The booklet, titled “The Southern Baptist Conservative Resurgence: The History, The Plan, The Assessment,” features three articles written by Southwestern President Paige Patterson.

The first article, “Theological Drift: World War II – ,” takes a historical perspective of the atmosphere and events in the Southern Baptist.

The true heroes of the conservative resurgence that returned the Southern Baptist Convention to biblical orthodoxy 25 years ago are scores of laypersons who made deep sacrifices to attend the denomination’s annual meetings and vote their consciences, Judge Paul Pressler told students at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on March