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Topic: Association of Regular Baptist Churches


  
  Regular Baptist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Regular Baptists are a diverse group of Baptists in the United States and Canada.
The presence of the modifier "Regular" in their names attests to the strong influence of the early Regular Baptists on the growth of Baptists in North America.
Churches and associations, especially in border states, were rent asunder by this national conflict.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Regular_Baptist   (638 words)

  
 Association of Regular Baptist Churches - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Formed in 1957, the association is fundamentalist and separatist in its doctrine.
Forerunners of the ARBC include the Union of Regular Baptist Churches, which was formed in 1928 in Hamilton, Ontario by 77 churches withdrawing from Ontario/Quebec Convention over the election of a liberal professor at McMaster University.
Another descendant of the Union of Regular Baptists is the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Association_of_Regular_Baptist_Churches   (266 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Baptist Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Baptist churches are not under the direct administrative control of any other body, such as a national council or a leader such as a bishop or pope.
Because Baptist churches do not have a central governing authority, many widely different beliefs are held, including different beliefs on the doctrine of separation, Calvinism/Arminianism, eschatology, the nature of Law and Gospel, the ordination of women, and homosexuality.
Baptists have played an important role in the struggle for freedom of religion in England, the United States, and other countries, including many who were imprisoned and even died for their faith.
www.ipedia.com /baptist.html   (1331 words)

  
 Enterprise Association Home Page
Originally comprised of several old-fashioned country churches, The Enterprise Association of Regular Baptist Churches was organized in 1894 in Enterprise, Kentucky.
The original founders established this Association as a means of improving the spiritual, moral and social condition of their communities.
Today, with 57 member Churches, the Association still pursues this same purpose and with a great sense of urgency seeks to reach the lost with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
www.ebaptists.org   (71 words)

  
 Bible Baptist Church: Our Affiliation
Associations must never violate the sovereign independence of the local churches, but are a vital source of fellowship and encouragement and allow churches to take on ministries that would not be effective if we all stood alone.
The Central New York Association of Regular Baptist Churches is an association of separated, Bible-believing Baptist Churches located in the Central New York area.
The General Association of Regular Baptist Churches is composed of approximately 1,600 independent Baptist Churches across the United States.
www.bbc-cortland.org /church-affiliation.php   (358 words)

  
 An Early History of the Elkhorn Baptist Association, KY
The Association opines that the office of Elder, distinct from that of a preacher is a gospel institution.
The Association answers in the negative; but the presenting of the query proves that some church was unwilling to receive a liquor dealer into her fellowship, or at least doubted the propriety of it.
Queries came from the 1st Baptist Church in Lexington, as to the validity of baptism administered by an unordained preacher, and as to the propriety of ordaining men of color to the gospel ministry.
www.geocities.com /baptist_documents/elkhorn.hist.html   (4111 words)

  
 Bethany Baptist Church - Salem, OR
Bethany is a young, family oriented church in fellowship with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
Don Zygutis, a member of Bethany Baptist Church in Pleasant Hill, California, was commissioned by his church to start a new GARBC church in Salem, Oregon, when it learned Western Baptist Bible College was moving to Salem.
The Church was formally incorporated 7 May 1970, under the leadership of Pastor Elvon Nelson, and on May 17, 1970 the church was recognized by the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
www.open.org /~bethany/about.htm   (1109 words)

  
 Calvary Connections - About CBC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Church is in fellowship with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches (GARBC).
A church covenant and doctrinal statement were adopted on July 8, 1965, and the old organization transferred all property to the newly organized Calvary Baptist Church.
On November 22, 1965, the church called a council of other Baptist churches in the state, and a service was held, recognizing the group as a duly constituted Baptist church.
www.calvaryconnections.org /about.html   (511 words)

  
 Our Beliefs
Broadalbin Baptist Church is in fellowship with The General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
The Deacons shall consult with the Pastor on all matters relating to the spiritual interests of the Church, and assure that the pulpit is supplied and that the regular meetings of the Church are observed in the absence or illness of the Pastor.
The church shall call a council of ministers and brethren of like doctrinal beliefs and practices to examine the qualifications of the candidate, to which council the propriety of ordaining shall be wholly referred.
www.place2grow.com /beliefs.html   (3609 words)

  
 General Association of Regular Baptist Churches --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
These churches withdrew because they felt that the Northern Baptists were accepting the teachings of the modernists, or liberals, who accepted biblical criticism and attempted to make...
association of churches organized in Detroit, Mich., in 1955; founded by ministers and laymen of Congregational Christian Churches who were opposed to the merger of the churches and the Evangelical and Reformed Church that formed the United Church of Christ; wanted to continue the independent tradition of congregationalism; holds annual meetings; missionary work is done...
association of Baptist churches; organized as the Northern Baptist Convention in 1907; became the American Baptist Convention in 1950; adopted present name in 1973; developed out of the various Baptist associations and societies organized in the U.S. in the 18th and 19th centuries; meets annually and carries out its work through various divisions and societies;...
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9000829?tocId=9000829   (708 words)

  
 Spurgeon Baptist Association of Churches
While the Southern Baptist Convention was not organized until May of 1845, the churches and associations of the south have held to many statements and Confessions of Faith since colonial times.
One significant point relevant to Southern Baptists is that all 293 messengers at the formation of the Southern Baptist Church at the First Baptist Church of Augusta, Georgia, came from associations that embraced this Confession.
It was not until the early twentieth century that Baptists in the south turned from the 1689 Confession to a form of the New Hampshire Confession of 1833.
www.spurgeonbaptistassociation.org /statementoffaith.php?PHPSESSID=936...   (2081 words)

  
 Search Results for regular - Encyclopædia Britannica
Regular polyhedra are the solid analogies to regular polygons in the plane.
Thus, a regular triangle is an equilateral triangle, and a regular quadrilateral is a square.
The word regular implies that the molecules mix in a completely random manner, which means that there is no segregation or preference; a given molecule chooses its neighbours with no regard for...
www.britannica.com /search?ref=B04319&query=regular&submit=Find   (440 words)

  
 Popularizers
The church has often been plagued by wars within her walls, crippling her in her battle against the encroaching armies of secularism." As I have pointed out in other such instances, Colson obviously has little knowledge of the Reformation.
One of the prominent themes in the pragmatic churches of new evangelicalism is that of church growth.
The Projector for August 1981 carries a statement from the church bulletin by the pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church of Atlanta, Georgia.
www.americanpresbyterianchurch.org /popularizers.htm   (5401 words)

  
 CAN A BAPTIST BODY DEFINE THE REQUIREMENTS OF ITS OWN MEMBER-SHIP WITHOUT VIOLATING THE SOVER-EIGNTY OF THE LOCAL CHURCH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Baptists have spilled their blood in centuries past in support of the precious truth of "soul liberty." One of the famous and historic characteristics of Baptists is that they hold that the individual soul is answerable to Almighty God and to Him alone.
Baptists hold and teach that a body of baptized believers gathered together in a local church constitutes a sovereign body.
Suppose, in the case of a local church, an individual should apply for membership who, though he believes all that is required of him, still insists that he is going to continue certain associations in the world which would surely result in leavening the whole church, or at least exposing the church to that danger.
www.bmaweb.net /AlphaO/papers/garbc8.htm   (1304 words)

  
 Good-Books Product 1
There are regular Baptist who are not publicly identified with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
There are many churches that have withdrawn from all connections with apostasy and that hold to the old faith as found in such statements as the Philadelphia Confession of Faith.
Regular Baptists who have held to the historic position find themselves in the minority but should take courage in the resurgence of interest in the Doctrines of Grace.
khgoodbooks.org /prod01.htm   (566 words)

  
 Baptists are Splitting Out   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Middletown Road Baptist Church [Pittsburgh-Jeff Kistler, pastor] voted Jan. 26 to withdraw from the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
Likewise, we have seen the Association minimize the Biblical importance and primacy that the Lord has placed upon the ministry and mission of the local church.
In the 1960s he was a conservative professor at New Orleans Baptist Seminary (SBC), but underwent a change in the 1970s and 1980s which led to a highly unorthodox understanding of such doctrines as biblical inspiration and the nature of hell.
www.cephas-library.com /baptists/baptists_splitting_out.html   (516 words)

  
 Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Evangel Baptist Church is located in the city of Taylor, Michigan.
Evangel Baptist Church is part of the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
Baptist Mid-Missions is an organization founded in 1920 by a group of independent Baptist churches burdened for the purpose of world evangelism.
evangelbaptist.com /links.asp   (155 words)

  
 James D. Maxwell, III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pastor James Maxwell, the son of a Baptist minister, served for twenty-two years as the pastor of four Baptist churches in Iowa, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin.
During those years, the number of churches affiliated with the Association grew by 10%-- almost entirely by the formation of new congregations in cities where there were formerly no Baptist churches.
Pastor Maxwell is currently in a doctoral program from Baptist Bible Seminary in Clark Summit, PA, and he serves on the Council of Eighteen for the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches as well as the board of Faith Baptist Bible College and Seminary.
my.execpc.com /~cbc/pastor.html   (208 words)

  
 The Gospel Guardian * The Dailey Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCHES FORSAKES KING JAMES VERSION I recently wondered how my ‘old camp’ was doing so I called to ask for a subscription to their ‘official organ’ called "The Baptist Bulletin".
When I was in Ohio many many years ago at the outset of my ministry, I was a member of a Baptist church which belonged to the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
The General Association of Regular Baptist Churches has defected from the Fundamental camp by taking the NKJV as their Bible.
www.gospelguardian.org /gg/dr-0499.htm   (566 words)

  
 West Chester Conference Report
The goal of committing the Convention to a doctrinal confes­sion, reversing the inclusive policy in missions and overcoming liberalism in the schools was thwarted by parliamentary moves and lack of resolve on the part of some of the fundamentalist leaders.
Historically, the general associa­tion of Regular Baptist Churches has opposed New Evangelicalism and ecumenical evangelism and could not unite with the CBA, because of their weaker position on separation.
The same church issued a call (while I was its Pastor) for a meeting October 22, 1965 to con­sider the formation of a new National Association of Separatist Baptist Churches (The New Testament Association of Baptist Churches).
www.ibfna.org /IBFNA/RBR/rbr1988-2.htm   (3970 words)

  
 Victory Baptist Church
The church was incorporated in November of 1995.
July 18, 1998 the church was officially recognized as a duly constituted Baptist church.
In the spring of 1999, the church was received into the fellowship of the Northwest Association of Regular Baptist Churches and later that summer, we were received by the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
www.angelfire.com /wa3/victorybaptistchurch   (404 words)

  
 Welcome to Whipple   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Whipple Avenue Baptist Church meets in worship, study, prayer and service for the glory of God.
Association of Regular Baptist Churches and the Ohio Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
It is good to praise the Lord and make music to your name, O Most High, to proclaim your love in the morning and your faithfulness at night, to the music of the ten-stringed lyre and the melody of the harp.
whippleavebaptist.org   (171 words)

  
 New Page 4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
I believe that Vermillion Baptist Church is a great place to be, because the Bible is taught here and the people truly love each other.
In the spring of 1988 we joined the fellowship of the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
This association does not govern the church in any way, but it does provide for further fellowship with churches of like faith.
www.vermillionbaptist.org /newaboutus.htm   (256 words)

  
 HISTORY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
A church covenant, articles of faith, and a constitution were formally adopted.
A Recognition Council of the Canton Area Regular Baptist Churches was called on January 25, 1969 and the church was accepted into fellowship as "a duly organized and properly constituted Baptist church" with a charter membership of 18 persons.
The church was also accepted into the fellowship of the Ohio Association of Regular Baptist Churches (O.A.R.B.C.) and the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches (G.A.R.B.C.).
www.alliancelink.com /users/mpbaptist/MPBCPage8.html   (458 words)

  
 About Us
Heritage Baptist Church is an independent Baptist church in fellowship with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches
At the present time the church is in the planning stages of designing a multipurpose room addition with classrooms, kitchen, new restrooms, and church offices.
In May of 1999 he became the fourth pastor of Heritage Baptist Church, where he was ordained to the Gospel ministry on September 26, 1999.
manisteeheritagebaptist.marbc.us /about.html   (418 words)

  
 il/mo association of regular baptist churches   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Since several churches have discontinued or decreased their support of our Fellowship, this year’s IL-MO Sunday will be very important in helping us meet the needs of our yearly budget.
No church would have to do a lot by itself if many would participate.
So far this year 7 churches have participated for a total of $984.89.
www.ilmoarbc.org /archives/2005/05/have_an_ilmo_su.html   (208 words)

  
 Association of Regular Baptist Churches   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
"The Association is a group of free, self-governing churches holding steadfastly to the great doctrines of Grace always held by Baptists, and acknowledging the sole authority of the Word of God and the headship of Christ."
"The practical design of the Association shall be to carry out the Lord's commission to preach the gospel to every creature, so far as it may be within our power by the prosecution of missionary work at home and abroad..."
Association of Regular Baptist Churches (Canada) Member Churches:
www.jsbc.org /arbc.htm   (84 words)

  
 Ohio Southern Baptists and Cedarville University
Dixon, who began holding evangelistic meetings in Southern Baptist churches years before he became Cedarville's president, often says, "God is not honored by a narrow view of the Kingdom." He lived out that perspective as he sought to create and solidify relationships with conservative elements of many groups, including the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC).
Southern Baptists who held to historical, orthodox Christian doctrine, most notably biblical inerrancy, have struggled to regain and maintain control of the denomination over liberals and modernists, who reject biblical authority.
At the annual meeting of the State Convention of Baptists in Ohio, in November 2002, a resolution was approved to recommend Cedarville University to Ohio convention churches and to "all Southern Baptists as an accredited, quality, four-year university that embraces Southern Baptists."
www.cedarville.edu /sbc/torcharticle.htm   (1020 words)

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