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North American Baptist Conference

Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by DiscipleOfIAm, Oct 11, 2006.

  1. DiscipleOfIAm

    DiscipleOfIAm New Member

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    I may be posting this in the wrong subforum, not sure. This seemed the best fit.

    Is anyone here a member of any of the above churches? Does anyone know anyone who is a member or has experience with them?

    I have been to their website, but it didn't tell me much about their beliefs. I'm trying to find out if they are OSAS, Calvinist, KJVO, etc. Any details is great!

    Thanks to anyone with info!

    God Bless!
     
  2. Joseph M. Smith

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    Are you speaking of the North American Baptist General Conference? If so, this is a small denomination of churches with a German-speaking background. They cooperate frequently with the American Baptist Churches USA. That does not respond directly to your questions about beliefs, but may give you some clue about their leanings. They have a seminary in Sioux Falls, SD.
     
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    http://www.svbc.ab.ca/history/nabc.htm

    Here is the North American Baptist Conference. Originally a German Baptist group with churches in the USA, Alberta and Ontario and growing. A wonderful group. The ones I associate with are mildly calvinistic.......by mildly I mean they just don't talk much about it or get excited because someone else isn't.

    This site includes a doctrinal statement.

    Cheers,

    Jim
     
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