Bridal Processional – Boyce Chapel, First Baptist Church Columbia, South Carolina



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Amy and Bryan’s bridal processional filmed at the historic Boyce Chapel of First Baptist Church in Columbia, SC

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What is BAPTIST SUCCESSIONISM? What does BAPTIST SUCCESSIONISM mean?



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What is BAPTIST SUCCESSIONISM? What does BAPTIST SUCCESSIONISM mean? BAPTIST SUCCESSIONISM meaning – BAPTIST SUCCESSIONISM definition – BAPTIST SUCCESSIONISM explanation.

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Baptist successionism (or Baptist perpetuity) is one of several theories on the origin and continuation of Baptist churches. The tenet of the theory is that there has been an unbroken chain of churches since the days of John the Baptist, who baptized Christ, which have held beliefs similar (although not always the same) to those of current Baptists. Ancient anti-paedobaptist groups, such as the Montanists, Paulicians, Cathari, Waldenses, Albigenses, and Anabaptists, have been among those viewed by Baptist successionists as the predecessors of modern-day Baptists.

The perpetuity view is often identified with The Trail of Blood, a pamphlet by James Milton Carroll published in 1931. Other Baptist writers who held the perpetuity view are John T. Christian, Thomas Crosby, G. H. Orchard, J. M. Cramp, William Cathcart, Adam Taylor and D. B. Ray.

This view was once commonly held among Baptists. Since the end of the 19th century, however, the theory has increasingly come under attack and today has been largely discredited. Nonetheless, the view continued to be the prevailing view among Baptists of the Southern United States into the latter 20th century. It is now identified primarily with Landmarkism, though not exclusively so. The concept finds its parallels in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Anglican doctrine of apostolic succession and stands in contrast to the restorationist views of Latter Day Saints and the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement.

Since the end of the 19th century the trend in academic Baptist historiography has been away from the successionist viewpoint to the view that modern day Baptists are an outgrowth of 17th-century English Separatism. This shift precipitated a controversy among Southern Baptists which occasioned the forced resignation of William H. Whitsitt, a professor at Southern Baptist Seminary, in 1898 from the seminary for advocating the new view, though his views continued to be taught in the seminary after his departure.

Your Great Name | 2ND Baptist Church Clinton TN



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June 17, 2018 Worship | 2ND Baptist Church Clinton TN

Song 1: All My Fountains
Song 2: Do It Again
Song 3: One Thing Remains
Song 4: Your Great Name

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“Sins of the Tongue” preached at Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, AZ



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I Will Rise Concert – SMBA August 28, 2011 At First Baptist Church of Conyers Part 1



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What an Awesome Concert of the Stone Mountain Baptist Association of Georgia and hosted by First Baptist Church of Conyers, GA and John Link Senior Minister of Music. special Guest Kirk Kirkland who created this music lead over seven churches of the SMBA and joined First Conyers Choir and Orchestra to sing the music created by the Kirklands and Judson Baptist Church, TN called “I Will Rise”.