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Baptist Historical Periodicals?

Discussion in 'Baptist History' started by tyndale1946, Feb 27, 2003.

  1. tyndale1946

    tyndale1946 Well-Known Member

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    Just thought I would pose this question for the group... Does anyone know of any Baptist Historical Periodical or would the historical aspect be in the different periodicals that some of us receive occasionally in the snail mail?... Anyone have any recommendation?... Brother Glen [​IMG]
     
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    wow rsr, I had no idea there were so many good publications available. Have you ever looked at Christian History magazine? Or Biblical Archeology?
     
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    Yes, Mark. In fact, I have a trial subscription to Christian History right now and am tempted to order some of the back sets since they're offering me a good discount.

    I've found the site to be a good resource for quick explanations of church history, though I don't consider it as scholarly as other publications.

    It's a publication of Christianity Today, which also publishes Books & Culture, a mixture of (more scholarly, I think) articles on both religious issues and secular issues from a Christian perspective. Last month's issue had interesting articles on Hindu fundamentalism, the history of the church in America and the development of the church in China:

    http://www.christianitytoday.com/books/features/religion.html

    I occasionally visit Biblical Archeeology Review and its companion site, Bible Review.
     
  5. Ben W

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    The Seventh Day Baptist Church has one called "The Sabbath Recorder" which is available as a magazine form.
     
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