W.H. Whitsitt: The Man and the Controversy (Jim N. Griffith Series in Baptist Studies)

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Nurtured in a Baptist home, the grandson of a pioneer Baptist preacher and church starter, William Whitsitt grew up knowing and admiring the principle leaders of Landmarkism. His Civil War experiences and studies brought him to broader views and converted him to the historical-critical approach to historical and biblical studies, placing him at odds with narrow denominationalism and the popular myth of an unbroken succession of Baptist churches all the way back to the New Testament. Whitsitt was a key leader in the original effort to mobilize the white Baptist churches of the South into an effective and centralized denominational organization to support missions and Christian education. Whitsitt's diaries and letters reveal a man ahead of his times, whose opinions on such matters as the temperance movement, tobacco, professional evangelists, the history of religions, and Baptists exclusivism would have shocked his contemporaries.

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James H. Slatton was a Texan participant in the youth revival movement of the 1950s, graduated from Baylor and of Southwestern Seminary (Th.D.) in church history, and held pastorates in Texas and Virginia for more that fifty years, concluding with thirty-one year pastorate at River Road Church, Richmond, Virginia. He was also an organizer of Baptists Committed and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. He has three children and two grandchildren.

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Descripción Mercer University Press. Hardback. Estado de conservación: new. BRAND NEW, W.H.Whitsitt: The Man and the Controversy, James H. Slatton, This is the first book-length study of this pioneer in American religious history. Nurtured in a Tennessee Baptist home, the grandson of a pioneer Baptist preacher and church starter, William Whitsitt grew up knowing and admiring the principle leaders of Landmarkism (Graves, Pendleton, and Dayton). His Civil War experiences and studies at the University of Virginia, Southern Seminary, Berlin, and Leipzig brought him to broader views and the historical-critical approach to historical and biblical studies, placing him at odds with narrow denominationalism and the popular myth of an unbroken succession of Baptist churches all the way back to the New Testament. The sixth professor elected to the Southern Seminary faculty, he succeeded Broadus to become the school's third president. In his private diary, he recorded his candid opinions of his colleagues, revealing a perspective not previously published on men of iconic proportions in Southern Baptists life - Boyce, Broadus, Manly, Robertson, Sampey, and Carver. Brilliant scholar and loyal Baptist, Whitsitt was a key leader in the original effort to mobilize the white Baptist churches of the South into an effective and centralized denominational organization to support missions and Christian education. His scholarly discoveries in original English Baptist documents offended Baptist sensibilities and the resulting national controversy led to his being hounded from office. At stake in the controversy was academic freedom and the fundamental issue of the struggle of Southern Baptists with the legacy of the enlightenment and modernity - the confrontation between the 'new learning' and the 'old faith'. Nº de ref. de la librería B9780881461336

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