I ran across this while surfing the web. "The other day I came across some statistics put out by Jim Elliff, a professor at Southern Baptists’ Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary here in Kansas City. By their own statistics Elliff says that among Southern Baptists out of every 100 professions of faith only 30 are later baptized and out of that 30 only 10 will show up at church on a given Sunday morning and of that 30 only 4 will show up on a given Sunday evening." I understand that Baptists don't believe that Baptism or going to church make you saved. But Baptists do say that becoming saved should change your life. Wouldn't that change logically include being baptized as a sign to others and attending church to share in the Word? So what percentage of Baptists would you say are saved if the above survey is correct?