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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by UnchartedSpirit, Nov 30, 2005.
I just wanted to see how many of you are
Hmm not many choices there. lol
What is a Gospel Baptist, anyway ?
Not a Southern Baptist?
Give us more info, please. Thanks.
I didn't really know how to clear this wihout making an offense to boundaries, but I meant how many are Baptists from the Country and how many are from the urban Black Churches?
I a BMA Baptist from Texas, if that helps.
I are a high skuul grajuate two.
I am a Baptist from Arkansas, does that make me a Southern Baptist??
Being Australian, there arn't that many baptists more southern ..... but then again, as a christian i belive the gospel, and am baptist by conviction ...
so feel free to pick a lable.. but both and neither apply.
I am a believer in Christ first and foremost. Then I have chosen to worship with a Southern Baptist congregation. I have also (over time) worshipped our Lord with my brothers and sisters who are Catholic, Lutheran, Presbyterian, non-denominational, Nazarene, and Assembly of God.
maybe I should have just asked wither you like country music or gospel music. Mostly everything else is the same, save the southern/urban accent, maybe different forms of potlucks?
Uh, I'm an Independent Fundamental Baptist.
billreber....you're a northern baptist (location)
Uncharted, Im in the north, in a large urgan inner city area...my church is urban and inner city, but we wouldn't call it a black church, though theres lots of people of all colors who attend.
we sure aren't a small-town country church, if thats what you are asking.
yeah, both are fun but gospel can bring out some wonderful soprano music, but I can appreaciate the gutiar music as well
what is this about?
I'm a bit confused as to why the two choices are considered "sides". Seems a bit separationalist, not to mention exclusionary of all other faithful denominations, baptist and nonbaptist.
I guess its a rural/urban poll, I wanted to know who I could relate to sorta.
I think UnchartedSpirit unintentionally used some unfamiliar regional colloquialisms. Try explaining Neo-orthodox or Barthian to a Russian Evangelical Christian Baptist.