The Baptist Way: Distinctives of a Baptist Church

Front Cover
B&H Publishing Group, 2005 - Religion - 212 pages
1 Review

The Baptist Way is an introduction to the principles that distinguish Baptists from other Christians. In some cases these ideas were once peculiarly Baptists, though they are now more widely held among other groups. For Stan Norman, healthy Baptist churches intentionally and diligently adhere to their Baptist distinctives.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review  - Michael Entner - Christianbook.com

I have searched high and low for a book that can tell me what Baptists believe -- this is the book! The Baptist Way describes what makes the Baptist Church unique in its theology, practices, and ... Read full review

Contents

Biblical Authority
11
The Lordship of Jesus Christ
33
A Regenerate Church Membership
47
Church Discipline
64
Congregational Polity
84
Related Church Concerns
111
The Ordinances of a Baptist Church
129
Religious Freedom
157
Our Baptist Identity
184
Scripture Index
205
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2005)

R. Stanton Norman serves as director for the Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry. He also occupies the McFarland Chair of Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He resides in Mateland, Louisiana.

Bibliographic information