The Twelve Baptist Tribes in the United States: A Historical and Statistical Analysis
This book considers the twelve Baptist tribes to be: Ecumenical Mainline, National (African-American), Conservative Evangelical (Northern), Fundamental (Northern), Conservative Evangelical (Southern), Fundamental (Southern), Landmark, General/Free Will, Old-Time, Primitivists, Progressive Primitive, and Neo-Calvinist. Within these twelve tribes, Wardin discusses 53 Baptist bodies.
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Baptist Bodies by Tribe
Distribution of Baptists by Region and State
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American Baptist Association areas Attendance Churches Ecumenical Baptist Bible College Baptist bodies Baptist Conference Baptist Fellowship Baptist General Conference Baptist groups Baptist History Baptist movement Baptist World Alliance BBFI began black Baptist California Churches Ecumenical Mainline Conservative Baptist Conservative Evangelical cooperation counties denominational Dual Ecumenical Mainline ABC established ethnic Foreign Mission Free Will Baptists Fundamental Baptist GARBC General/Free Will FW History and Heritage IBFI IBFNA IFCA IL-SG Illinois Independent Baptist Kentucky Landmark ABA Membership Attendance Churches ministry Mission Board Nashville National Baptist Convention NBCA Neo-Calvinist Neo-Calvinist REF Norris North Carolina Northern Old Missionary Baptists Old Regular Baptists Old-Time organizations pastors percent premillennial Press Primitive Baptists Progressive Primitive region Religious Separate Baptists Seventh Day Baptists South Southern Baptist Convention Southern Fundamentalists Sovereign Grace Sunday schools SWBF Tennessee Texas tion TOTAL United Baptists Virginia World Baptist Fellowship