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Discussion in 'Books / Publications Forum' started by bb_baptist, Jun 13, 2001.
0? 1? 5? 10? 20?
uh, let's see:
Two Kansas Papers, can't remember the names
Hmmmm. I will add more if I think of them.
[ June 17, 2001: Message edited by: SaggyWoman ]
A DOZEN (12)
The Christian Baptist (Primitive); The Baptist Monitor (ABA); The Voice of Faith (I & F Landmark MBA); The Berean Call (Dave Hunt); The Revivalist (BMA Evangelist); The Baptist Beacon (Old Time Missionary Baptist); The Macedonian Call (Old Time MB); Landmark Baptist (ABA); The Landmark (independent landmark); Fellowship (CBF); The Reminder (new light Baptist); Voice in the Wilderness (Sovereign Grace Landmark); Plains Baptist Challenger (IFB); Missionary Baptist News (ABA); On Site Report (IFB); Searching Together (Reformed Baptist); The Remnant (Primitive); and Kindred Minds (Continental Baptist).
OOPS!! Make that 18.
[ June 14, 2001: Message edited by: rlvaughn ]
Sword of the Lord
20+ (I listed them once on the old BB). I'll put the list together later.
Baptists Today, Like Associated Baptist Press'website. Check online versions of the Baptist Standard regularly.
Are these print, E-mail or some of both?
do you find time to at least read some of each of them?
4 Southern Baptist State Papers
I find I don't need to subscribe to as many anymore because of the proliferation of info on the internet.
I only subscribe to Frontline Magazine. It is published by the Fundemental Baptist Fellowship International. Though I'll read the odd Sword of the Lord that comes my way.
On paper: The Banner of Love
Online: Baptist Press
Associated Baptist Press
The Baptist Standard
The Biblical Recorder
Nice to see this thread resurrected
I don't get any Baptist magazines, but I get "First Things". Does that count?
[ December 20, 2002, 11:22 AM: Message edited by: Mike McK ]
Add a couple of CBF bunk maggies.
And Sword of the Borg.
Sword of the Lord (for now) they are starting to go off the deep end.
That's all I can of, there's probabaly more, and this doesn't include the numerous e-mail forums and lists
WE SUBSCRIBE TO SWORD OF THE LORD...HAVE PREVIOUSLY HAD THE BAPTIST AND REVIVAL FIRES....GREAT READING....IT SEEMS LIKE A LOT OF YOU DON'T LIKE SWORD OF THE LORD...MAY I ASK WHY?
I counted 4 distinctly Baptist papers. 3 of them American and one Canadian. I agree with most of their ecclesiology articles, but not with much of their soteriological writings. When they stop coming I will not renew my subscription.
Heres some thoughts on why these are not going to find much praise on the BB:
~Much of the fodder that passes for sermons in the Revival Fires is subjective man-made doctrine and non-issues instead of exposition of the Word of God.
~Much of the Sword is self-promoting (of its author, books, itinerary, and a few cronies and close pals)
~Emphasis in each is NOT doctrinal, but aggrandizing men and churches; emphasis on what WE did, numbers baptized, etc
~Editing of sermons by great men like C.H.Spurgeon to take away distinctive doctrines and make them look like modern hacks
~Legalism, Legalism, Legalism on almost every page and every thought
~Attacks on anyone not in their "camp" (same fellow travellers) - attack those not KJVO; attack those who don't believe dresses=spirituality; attack MacArthur, etc
While there are some good truths and motivational insights, I personally no longer read either of these. I am saddened by their content and disappointed that young and new believers may see THEM as what "real historic fundamentalism" is supposed to be.
Instead of seeing them as a small ultra-rightwing sect that is perverting historic fundamental baptists.
You just noticed this?