The Journal of Baptist Studies Vol. 6 (2014) Out Now [PDF] feat. Ian Clary, Haykin + more


The Journal of Baptist Studies 6 (2014)Editors: Anthony Chute and Matthew Y. Emerson
Book Review Editor: John Gill


Board of Editors: John Crowley, Nathan Finn, Michael Haykin, James Patterson, Mark Rogers, Earl Waggoner, Doug Weaver


The Journal of Baptist Studies is an electronic, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the study of Baptist history and thought. The journal is produced under the oversight of a Board of Editors representing numerous Baptist denominations and both religious and secular institutions. JBS does not advocate a particular theological or denominational agenda, but rather reflects the scholarship of individuals who identify with a number of positions and affiliations. The journal is available online for free and is independent of any institution.

Table of Contents:


 VOLUME 6 (2014)

Editorial, p. 1

Contributors, p. 3

Journal of Baptist Studies JOBSArticles

“Celebrate the Perfections of Our Common Standard”: Alexander Carson (1776–1844) and the Supremacy of Scripture,” by Ian Hugh Clary, p. 5

“Origins of Free Will Baptists in Georgia,” by Daniel Williams, p. 31

“John R. Rice, Bob Jones Jr., and the “Mechanical Dictation” Controversy: Finalizing the Fracturing of Independent Fundamentalism,” by Nathan A. Finn, p. 60

Book Reviews

Bartlett, Robert. Why Can the Dead Do Such Great Things? Saints and Worshippers from the Martyrs to the Reformation, reviewed by Anthony Chute, p. 76

Allison, Gregg R. Sojourners and Strangers: The Doctrine of the Church, reviewed by Rick Durst, p. 81

Oliphint, K. Scott. Covenental ApologeticsPrinciples & Practice in Defense of Our Faith, reviewed by Adam P. Groza, p. 83

Lovell, Janet. All of Grace: Wattisham Baptist Church 1763–2013, reviewed by Michael A. G. Haykin, p. 86

Chute, Anthony L., Christopher W. Morgan, and Robert A. Peterson, eds. Why We Belong: Evangelical Unity and Denominational Diversity, reviewed by Oren Martin, p. 89

Butterfield, Rosaria Champaign. Secrets of an Unlikely Convert: An English Professor’s Journey into the Christian Faith, reviewed by D. Jeffrey Mooney, p. 92

Grant, Keith S. Andrew Fuller and the Evangelical Renewal of Pastoral Theology, reviewed by Andrew J. Spencer, p. 95

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cbulogoBaptist Studies Online is dedicated to the study of Baptist history and thought, with special emphasis on Baptists in North America. The purpose of BSO is to facilitate the scholarly study of Baptists by making available to researchers and students an online Journal, a primary source library, a comprehensive collection of Baptist history-related links, and a regularly updated list of announcements related to the field. BSO is a collaborative effort by Baptist scholars from a variety of traditions, with funding provided by California Baptist University in Riverside, California.

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