Greetings, everyone. I'm new to the forum and I am looking for some input on baptist traditions. By traditions, I mean things that are commonly done by baptists that are not specifically commanded in scripture that baptists now do. Some examples of these could be, altar call, youth pastors, missionary boards, Sunday school, standing during scripture readings, bus ministries, etc. I'm not looking to debate these items. I would like to gather a list of perceived or real traditions that baptists practice, and from there I want to look at the origins of each, and study to see, if in fact, they are traditions or commandments found in scripture. I'm asking everyone, because I know that there are many traditions out there, and there's no way I could possibly get a comprehensive list only having attended 2 baptist churches in my life. I am certainly no scholar, so, I may ask for clarification, with your permission of course, on whatever you may be so kind to post. Thanks so much for your help!