Bro. Mark, In another post you mentioned that "The American Baptist Association is the primary heir of the Landmark movement". While the ABA is perhaps the largest "organized" group of Landmarkers, would you agree that they are not the largest group of landmark churches? I would say there are more independent Baptist churches that are landmark in the U.S. than there are ABA churches. By "independent" I mean not a part of any formal association. And this does not count the multitudes of Landmark SBC and BMA churches. My area is one example. Western Kentucky is one of the strongest landmark areas in America. Many of the most famous Landmarkers (J.B. Moody, J.N. Hall, J.H. Grime, Roy Mason, D.B. Ray, H.B. Taylor, J.M. Pendleton, Ben Bogard, C.D. Cole, S.E. Tull, etc.) either pastored here or were from here. Yet I has always found it interesting that there is not a single ABA church in west Kentucky. If you want to find a Landmark church here you either look to the dozens of independent Landmark Baptist churches here or the dozens of Landmark Southern Baptist churches here. Perhaps I would reword your statement as the ABA is "one of" the primary heirs of the Landmark movement.