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The Free Will Baptists in History

by Davidson, William F.

Randall House 2001

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Overview

Free Will Baptist is a denomination of churches that share a common history, name, and an acceptance of the Arminian theology of free grace, free salvation, and free will. In this resource, William F. Davidson diligently researches the heritage and ongoing ministry of the Free Will Baptist denomination.

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Key Features

  • The theology of Free Will Baptists is thoroughly explained
  • Includes an in-depth history of the origins of Free Will Baptists

Product Details

  • Title: The Free Will Baptists in History
  • Author: William F. Davidson
  • Publisher: Randall House
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 400

About William F. Davidson

William F. Davidson served as Professor of Church History at Columbia Biblical Theological Seminary and School of Missions for 29 years. Davidson obtained his bachelor of arts degree from Peabody College for Teachers, his bachelor of divinity degree from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, and his doctor of theology degree from New Orleans Baptists Theological Seminary. Prior to joining Columbia's faculty in 1973, he was involved in the pastorate in Kentucky and Virginia for seven years. He presently maintains a preaching ministry, filling area pulpits and participating in evangelistic meetings. He has published two books chronicling the history of Free Will Baptists in America. He has also contributed numerous articles to the Free Will Baptist denominational publication, Contact.