Magazine articles • Issue 126 • May 8, 2018

From outlaws to patriots

The early story of Baptists in America

Magazine articles • Issue 126 • May 9, 2018

March to freedom

African American Baptists forged a strong identity in the face of oppression

Magazine articles • Issue 126 • May 9, 2018

Multiplying by dividing (again)

Baptists wrestle with fundamentalism and liberalism

Magazine articles • Issue 126 • May 10, 2018

“That’s where I used to go to church”

Black Baptists and white Baptists shared something important in the twentieth century: a penchant for splitting

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Baptists in America

Baptists in America: Diverse, evangelistic, and thriving, they have shaped the faith, culture, and political history of America more than you may know.

Today in History
Quote of the day

“I will not wear a crown of gold in the city where Our Lord Jesus Christ wore a crown of thorns.”

Mathews, Basil. The Book of Missionary Heroes. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1922.


Rise higher (1904)

And God raised us up with Christ and seated us with him in the heavenly realms in Christ Jesus —Ephesians 2:6 (NIV...