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is there a conservatively charismatic Baptist Denomination?

Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by Jason-P, Jul 29, 2004.

  1. Jason-P

    Jason-P New Member

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    Hello all! I was just wondering if there were any Baptist, or Baptist associated, denominations that were conservatively charismatic? Like, no falling, word of faih, etc.
    Know what I mean?

    Thanks,

    jason
     
  2. mesly

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    I have no idea what they believe, but the closest thing I can think of to what you are describing would be: "Bapticostal". Do a search on google and you will get a few hits describing them.
     
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    Do you mean a Baptist Church that's not scared to death of the Holy Spirit?
     
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    http://www.rapidnet.com/~jbeard/bdm/exposes/robison/general.htm

    James Robison in the Dallas area is "officially" a Southern Baptist evangelist (but sounds more like a holy-roller Pentecostalist), who claims to have a "ministry of reconciliation" (translated "unconditional acceptance and love based on feelings rather than on truth").

    In 1982, he claimed to have been "exorcized" of demons, and as a result, began converting to the charismatic movement. Since then, his annual conferences have featured hyper-charismatics such as John Wimber, and he has preached in Catholic churches with David Yonggi Cho.

    Robison's January 1991 conference featured tongues-speaker Jamie Buckingham (now deceased), who had defended the Trinity-rejecting United Pentecostal Church. Robison also spoke at the 1987 Catholic/Charismatic Congress in New Orleans, praising the pope and Roman Catholics.
     
  6. DeclareHim

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    There not Baptist but Christian & Missionary Alliance Churches (from what I have heard) believe in gifts but don't practice them at church. So I would define them as being a conservative Charismatic Church.
     
  7. Matt Black

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    Hmmm...we're not cessationist but neither dowe publicly practise 'tongues' or believe in Finney-ite 'subsequence'. Don't know whether that makes us charismatic or not.

    Yours in Christ

    Matt
     
  8. RandR

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    Mattt,
    I think it makes you biblical.
     
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