Baptist Theology Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Baptist Theology
A review of the Southern Baptist Convention's theology.
# 90144 | 900 words | 3 sources | 2006 | US


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This paper looks at contemporary Baptist theology in the US, specifically the Southern Baptist Convention's doctrines and ideology. The paper focuses on several major elements of Baptist theology: belief in the Bible as absolute truth and the foundation of the religion, the autonomy of the individual and the congregation, the grace and salvation of the elect and evangelism.

From the Paper:

"Christian theology is a complex study of the relationship between humans and God and Jesus, as well as the nature of God. Each individual branch of Christianity has variations in the details of their theological structures, and some of those might in turn vary from one church community to another or one individual to another ("Theology"). Generally, however, a Christian tradition will have at its core a set of beliefs and understandings that unite them under one denomination. This paper will look at the theology of the Baptist communities, and their unifying elements. Baptist theology is scripturally based, recognizes locally and autonomously organized communities of baptized believers, and states that the saved will be raised to heaven at the end of time, and that it is imperative to evangelize to the fallen. "

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