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Baptist Studies Bundle, ver. 2, M (18 vols.)
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This base package supplement includes Rolland McCune’s three-volume A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christanity, Edgar Young Mullins’ Baptist Beliefs and The Axioms of Religion, as well as insightful volumes on black Baptists and on the Southern Baptist Convention.

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The Sacred Trust: Sketches of the Southern Baptist Convention Presidents      
Free Will Baptist Doctrines      
The Free Will Baptists in History      
A Free Will Baptist Handbook: Heritage, Beliefs, and Ministries      
Free Will Baptist Minister’s Manual      
Handbook for Deacons      
Also Included
The Baptist Heritage: Four Centuries of Baptist Witness      
The Baptist Way: Distinctives of the Baptist Church      
Baptists and the Bible      
A Biblical Critique of Infant Baptism      
Believer’s Baptism: The Covenant Sign of the New Age in Christ      
A Sourcebook for Baptist Heritage      
Theologians of the Baptist Tradition      
A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity, vol. 1      
A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity, vol. 2      
A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity, vol. 3      
A History of Black Baptists      
Baptist Beliefs      
The Axioms of Religion      
The Sacred Trust: Sketches of the Southern Baptist Convention Presidents      
One Sacred Effort: The Cooperative Program of Southern Baptists      
Ready for Reformation?: Bringing Authentic Reform to Southern Baptist Churches      
Biblical Authority: The Critical Issue for the Body of Christ      
The History of the English Baptists, vol. 1      
The History of the English Baptists, vol. 2      
The History of the English Baptists, vol. 3      
The History of the English Baptists, vol. 4      
The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 1      
The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 2      
The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 3      
The Book of Revelation: A Study of the Last Prophetic Book of Holy Scripture      
Rightly Dividing the Word      
Dispensational Truth or God’s Plan and Purpose in the Ages      
Why I Am A Baptist      
The Spirit World      
The Second Coming of Christ      

Key Features

  • Chronological and topical history to bring alive the story of Baptists around the world
  • Detailed information on the history of Baptist attitudes toward the doctrine of the inerrancy and infallibility of the Bible
  • Exploration of the origins of the modern Baptist faith, tracing its beliefs from 17th century England to the controversies of today
  • Modern critical thought and historic positions of the church, as well as new methods of interpreting the Bible

Individual Titles

The Baptist Heritage: Four Centuries of Baptist Witness

  • Author: H. Leon McBeth
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 1987
  • Pages: 850
  • Available in: S, M, L

H. Leon McBeth’s The Baptist Heritage is a definitive, fresh interpretation of Baptist history. Based on primary source research, the book combines the best features of chronological and topical history to bring alive the story of Baptists around the world.

The book is comprehensive in its coverage of Baptists. In these pages, readers encounter Baptists from England and the Commonwealth, the United States, Western and Eastern Europe, and other locales. Ample footnotes and a complete bibliography will assist serious students in further research. Scholarly issues are addressed carefully and completely. Individuals and movements are discussed and assessed within the broad social and religious contexts of their periods.

At the same time, the book is highly readable. While institutional developments are covered in detail, the author is equally concerned with biography. Both the familiar and the obscure figures of Baptist history become real to readers under McBeth’s skillful guidance.

The Baptist Heritage is a book for both scholars and students. Characterized by thoroughness and judicious interpretation, enlivened by gifted storytelling and clear writing, this book is destined to become the standard Baptist history of our time.

The Baptist Way: Distinctives of the Baptist Church

  • Author: R. Stanton Norman
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 212
  • Available in: S, M, L

The greatest contribution of Baptists to orthodox Christianity may well be in the area of ecclesiology. From their earliest beginnings, Baptists have been thoroughly committed to planting and building churches that are completely faithful to the New Testament. At the dawn of a new millennium, Baptists must continue to follow biblical ideals so that Baptist churches will continue to the kingdom outposts for the next generation.

The Baptist Way serves as an introduction to the principles that distinguish Baptists from other Christians and offers ecclesiological distinctions of healthy Baptist churches. Some of these distinctions were once peculiarly Baptist ideas that are now more widely held among other groups. For Stan Norman, healthy Baptist churches intentionally and diligently adhere to their Baptist distinctives, and this book examines their importance.

Baptists and the Bible

  • Authors: L. Russ Bush and Tom J. Nettles
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 364
  • Available in: S, M, L

Since its original publication in 1980, Baptists and the Bible has become one of the most complete and oft-quoted sources for reliable, incisive, and detailed information on the history of Baptist attitudes toward the doctrine of the inerrancy and infallibility of the Bible. Now this newly expanded edition makes it even more useful in understanding what Baptists believe about the Scriptures—and why.

Baptists and the Bible explores the origins of the modern Baptist faith, tracing its beliefs from 17th century England to the controversies of today. Through their studies of 18th and 19th century scholars, Bush and Nettles uncover how today’s Baptists arrived at their current doctrinal positions. They also investigate the sources of uncertainties in scriptural interpretation and relate their new findings to present-day issues in Baptist life.

Meticulously researched, this revealing study brings the Baptist legacy to life, providing today’s Baptists with a look at their past, and a resource for the future.

A Biblical Critique of Infant Baptism

  • Author: Matt Waymeyer
  • Publisher: Kress
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 148
  • Available in: S, M, L

In this concise volume, Matt Waymeyer sets forth the six reasons which led him to reject infant baptism. Part theological, part biographical, A Biblical Critique of Infant Baptism describes Waymeyer’s own theological journey. This volume offers an opportunity to eavesdrop on the author’s own theological conversations. He writes this volume not out of antagonism, but to further theological exploration.

Believer’s Baptism: The Covenant Sign of the New Age in Christ

  • Authors: Thomas R. Schreiner and Shawn Wright
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 319
  • Available in: S, M, L

Is believer’s baptism the clear teaching of the New Testament Scriptures? What are the historical and theological challenges to believer’s baptism? What are the practical applications for believer’s baptism today? This volume addresses these compelling questions. Indeed, Believer’s Baptism: The Covenant Sign of the New Age in Christ begins with the belief that believer’s baptism (as opposed to infant baptism or other faith proclaiming methods) is the clear teaching of the New Testament. Along the way, the argument is supported by written contributions from Andreas Köstenberger, Robert Stein, Thomas Schreiner, Stephen Wellum, Steve McKinion, Jonathan Rainbow, Shawn Wright, and Mark Dever.

Believer’s Baptism is destined to be a classic concerning the doctrine of baptism. It is scholarly and practical, biblical and pastoral. Without demeaning those with whom they disagree, the contributors to this volume make the case for believer’s baptism by immersion as biblical baptism. Any future discussion of this doctrine will have to take this work into consideration.

—Daniel L. Akin, president, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

A Sourcebook for Baptist Heritage

  • Author: H. Leon McBeth
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 544
  • Available in: S, M, L

A Sourcebook for Baptist Heritage provides a rich collection of readings from original documents that will captivate casual readers and serve as a ready reference for professional historians. In A Sourcebook for Baptist Heritage, H. Leon McBeth introduces his readers to the major figures and documents of Baptist history, but he goes beyond leaders and institutions to present the color and character of the Baptist heritage. No other single-volume collection of sources encompasses the kaleidoscope of people, denominations, and nationalities which comprise the Baptist heritage. From these voices from the past, readers can gain insight into the facts of Baptist history, and at the same time understand the events and emotions which motivated ordinary individuals to shape a tradition. Confessions, controversies, and colorful personalities await students—newcomers and professionals—who use this volume to continue their exploration of Baptist heritage.

A Sourcebook for Baptist Heritage is the companion volume to Dr. Leon McBeth’s The Baptist Heritage: Four Centuries of Baptist Witness.

Theologians of the Baptist Tradition

  • Editors: Timothy George and David S. Dockery
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 384
  • Available in: S, M, L

Theologians of the Baptist Tradition is an effort to preserve and discover the Baptists’ “underappreciated contribution to Christianity’s theological heritage.” Theologians Timothy George and David S. Dockery present a volume of essays to serve as a resource for pastors, students, and teachers and as an introduction to the life and thought of some of the most notable shapers of Baptist theology.

Baptist theologians profiled include John Gill, Andrew Fuller, John L. Dagg, James Petigru Boyce, John A. Broadus, A. T. Robertson, Charles Spurgeon, A. H. Strong, B. H. Carroll, E. Y. Mullins, W. T. Conner, Hershel Hobbs, W. A. Criswell, Frank Stagg, Carl F. H. Henry, James Leo Garrett Jr., and Millar J. Erickson. Theologians of the Baptist Tradition also includes a comprehensive index to these and numerous other central figures in Baptist heritage.

A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity, vol. 1

  • Author: Rolland McCune
  • Publisher: Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 443
  • Available in: M, L

Logos Bible Software is pleased to introduce the first volume of A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity by Dr. Rolland McCune. This series represents the culmination of decades of study and teaching theology. It will be of great value to pastors, educators, missions leaders, ministerial students, and other leaders in the local church. This first volume provides an excellent introduction to systematic theology, defining the discipline and giving some history. The remainder of volume one covers the doctrine of Scripture (with a section on the dispensations), the doctrine of God (existence, self-revelation, personality, attributes, unity and tri-unity, and universe), and the doctrine of angels.

This is the systematic theology set for which many of us—especially those of us who had the privilege of studying under Dr. Rolland McCune—have been waiting. Rolland McCune is one of the clearest thinkers in the theological world today, and in this set he systematically combines the interpretations of Scripture that many of us have wished to find in a single theology set. Highlights include a presuppositional apologetic, a single source (Scripture) as the only rule for theology, cessationism [sic] of the miraculous gifts, pretribulational premillennialism in eschatology, a dispensational structure of God’s progressive revelation, recent creationism, and a Calvinist soteriology. In addition, McCune has gained a comprehensive knowledge of evangelical theological works in his lifetime, and hundreds of footnotes saturate the pages of this work. It is highly recommended.

—Larry Pettegrew, vice president of theology, Shepherds Theological Seminary

Rolland McCune’s Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity is written for pastors and preachers by a theologian with a heart for pastors. Concise yet thorough, academic yet pastoral, simple yet profound, Dr. McCune has managed to provide a much needed theological resource that will be of immense value to both pastors and academicians. His balanced, biblical approach is refreshing. Careful scholarship and thorough research are evident on every page. This will be a tool that serious students of the Bible will find themselves turning to again and again.

—Sam Horn, vice president for ministerial training and graduate studies, Northland Baptist Bible College

A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity, vol. 2

  • Author: Rolland McCune
  • Publisher: Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 405
  • Available in: M, L

Logos Bible Software is proud to release the second volume of A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity by Dr. Rolland McCune. This series represents the culmination of decades of study and teaching theology. It will be of great value to pastors, educators, missions leaders, ministerial students, and other leaders in the local church. This volume includes the doctrines of man, sin, Christ, and the Holy Spirit.

A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity, vol. 3

  • Author: Rolland McCune
  • Publisher: Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 480
  • Available in: M, L

Logos Bible Software is excited to bring you the third volume of A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity by Dr. Rolland McCune. This series represents the culmination of decades of study and teaching theology. It will be of great value to pastors, educators, missions leaders, ministerial students, and other leaders in the local church. This volume includes the doctrines of salvation, the Church, and last things.

A History of Black Baptists

  • Author: Leroy Fitts
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 1985
  • Pages: 368
  • Available in: M, L

Strangely enough, the story of black Baptists in America has not been told from the standpoint of its tremendous spiritual momentum through the ages of American history. Of inestimable importance is the fact that black Baptists were distinctive and eminent in the development of American Christianity. This book objectively documents this tradition as a unique trend within that experience. Leroy Fitts aims to tell the black Baptist story as a part of—though unique—the general history of American Christianity, noting social, economic, and political influences on the development of the tradition.

Baptist Beliefs

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: The Judson Press
  • Publication Date: 1925
  • Pages: 104
  • Available in: M, L

As there are currently quite a few Baptist creeds, Mullins’ goal was not to add to that number but instead compile existing creeds into a lucid and simplified book that would be useful to laity. Baptist Beliefs gives a broad overview and outline of Baptist doctrine in just over one hundred comprehensive pages.

The Axioms of Religion

  • Author: Edgar Young Mullins
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1908
  • Pages: 319
  • Available in: M, L

Mullins was very concerned that the tenets of Baptism be clearly taught. The Axioms of Religion includes information from lectures given by Mullins in England, Missouri, and Virginia on the subject. Focusing mainly on the New Testament, this resource is a valuable look into Baptist doctrine.

The Sacred Trust: Sketches of the Southern Baptist Convention Presidents

  • Authors: Emir Caner and Ergun Caner
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 238
  • Available in: M, L

The Southern Baptist convention has elected a president at each annual session since its organization in 1845. The Sacred Trust gives a five-page biography of each president and discusses the historical and political context of their work. This is the first such volume on SBC presidents to appear in more than a generation, and the first to feature leaders from the conservative resurgence.

One Sacred Effort: The Cooperative Program of Southern Baptists

  • Authors: Chad Brand and David E. Hankins
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 240
  • Available in: M, L

The preamble of the original constitution of the Southern Baptist Convention describes the purpose of the SBC as “eliciting, combining, and directing the energies of the whole denomination in one sacred effort, for the propagation of the Gospel.” These words are not only historically significant; they convey the mission and purpose and distill the distinct facets of the Cooperative Program.

One Sacred Effort describes the history and purpose of the Cooperative Program of Southern Baptists. This purpose underlies much of what it means to be a Baptist. Authors Chad Owen Brand and David E. Hankins offer this narrative to help you understand and appreciate the cooperative spirit of the Baptist tradition.

Ready for Reformation?: Bringing Authentic Reform to Southern Baptist Churches

  • Author: Tom Nettles
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 140
  • Available in: M, L

According to Ready for Reformation? author Tom Nettles, Southern Baptist churches are still in the midst of a reformation that began with the conservative resurgence. It continues today because reformation requires much more than the recovery of biblical authority. Reformation must penetrate deep; it takes time, patience, spiritual preparedness, sacrifice, and honest self-criticism. This well-researched book encourages modern day reformers to enact a serious re-engagement with doctrinal and practical ideas of the past, for failure to do so could result in a halted reformation. Ready for Reformation? serves as a helpful guide for pastors and Sunday school teachers, and contributes toward reform on the local level in Southern Baptist churches and the denomination at large.

Biblical Authority: The Critical Issue for the Body of Christ

  • Authors: James T. Drape and Kenneth Keathley
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 147
  • Available in: M, L

In a world faced with every kind of religious pluralism, it is as imperative today as it ever has been for the Bible to remain the absolute standard by which all things are judged. The subject of biblical authority may be the most critical and sensitive issue facing the evangelical Christian world today. The rippling effect of this discussion has touched every major theology and philosophical issue under consideration.

Jimmy Draper, along with Kenneth Keathley, deals with this issue in a clear and concise way. They examine modern critical thought and historic positions of the church as well as new methods of interpreting the Bible, such as reader response criticism and postmodern hermeneutics. Biblical Authority will strengthen your faith in the Word of God.

The History of the English Baptists, vol. 1

  • Author: Thomas Crosby
  • Publisher: Logos Bible Software
  • Publication Date: 1738
  • Pages: 563
  • Available in: L

Thomas Crosby, known for being the first English Baptist historian, took on the task of canvassing the history of the English Baptists from the sixteenth century until the mid-eighteenth century. In this 4-volume set, beginning with the Reformation, Crosby expounds on the persecution and growth of the Church. He also details aspects of the Baptist faith and eloquently responds to criticisms of the Baptist doctrine during the two hundred year span which The History of the English Baptists covers.

The timeframe spanning from Wycliffe to the reign of Queen Anne is broken up into four parts in this collection, published first in 1739, then again in 1739 and 1740. Thomas Crosby’s brother-in-law, a lesser known and unpublished Baptist historian named Mr. Stinton, assisted him in gathering materials for The History of the English Baptists.

Rich in historical detail, this set will add dimension to your Logos library. Crosby's insight and influence are a valuable addition to any church history collection.

From Wycliffe to the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, this first volume of The History of the English Baptists outlines well-known historical figures of the time, both of the Church and of England. Interwoven with historical facts is a detailed account of Baptist doctrine, which continues throughout the four-volume set.

The History of the English Baptists, vol. 2

  • Author: Thomas Crosby
  • Publisher: Logos Bible Software
  • Publication Date: 1738
  • Pages: 563
  • Available in: L

Volume two of Thomas Crosby’s work begins with King Charles II, monarch of England, Scotland, and Ireland in the 1600s. This 563-page volume spans the time until 1667 and the Earl of Clarendon, Edward Hyde. Hyde is well-known for the Clarendon code, which is named for him.

The History of the English Baptists, vol. 3

  • Author: Thomas Crosby
  • Publisher: Logos Bible Software
  • Publication Date: 1738
  • Pages: 539
  • Available in: L

The narrative of the English Baptists continues in volume three. This resource contains information pertaining to Baptist ministers and the monumental Clarendon Code, also known as the Act of Uniformity of 1662.

The History of the English Baptists, vol. 4

  • Author: Thomas Crosby
  • Publisher: Logos Bible Software
  • Publication Date: 1738
  • Pages: 567
  • Available in: L

The last volume in this collection details the reign King William and continues until Queen Anne came to the throne. The historical account of the English Baptists ends in the early 1700s, only a few decades before the 1738 publication date of this resource.

The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 1

  • Author: Andrew Fuller
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1845
  • Pages: 731
  • Available in: L

This first volume contains Fuller’s biography as written by his son, Andrew Gunton Fuller. It is supplemented by excerpts from Fuller’s diaries and letters, followed by ninety-two sermons and forty-eight expositions on various scriptures. It finishes with Fuller’s views on preaching and sermon construction.

The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 2

  • Author: Andrew Fuller
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1845
  • Pages: 834
  • Available in: L

The second installment of Fuller’s work includes his longer works, such as The Gospel Worthy of All Acception and The Gospel Its Own Witness, as well as his responses to critics and other theologians. There are several letters to his opponents, as well as his advocates. Included are Fuller’s imaginary dialogues between biblical characters.

The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 3

  • Author: Andrew Fuller
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1845
  • Pages: 862
  • Available in: L

Contained in the last volume of Fuller’s works are his expository discourses on the book of Genesis and the Apocalypse. There are many short letters, essays, sermons, and reviews, as well as a general index.

The Book of Revelation: A Study of the Last Prophetic Book of Holy Scripture

  • Author: Clarence Larkin
  • Publisher: Clarence Larkin
  • Publication Date: 1919
  • Pages: 210
  • Available in: L

This book is the result of 25 years of study of the Book of Revelation by Larkin. He interprets Revelation from a Futurist standpoint, showing that the book is to be taken literally, and that it is written in chronological order. The book is illustrated with over thirty of Larkin’s beautiful and intricate charts and includes numerous drawings of images described in the Book of Revelation that help elucidate Larkin’s teachings.

It is indeed refreshing to take up and exposition of the Book of Revelation and find its author handling it with reverence. Ministers can’t own all books, and they shouldn’t if they could. There are certain books that are useful and we would class this among the most serviceable.

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Rightly Dividing the Word

  • Author: Clarence Larkin
  • Publisher: Clarence Larkin
  • Publication Date: 1921
  • Pages: 328
  • Available in: L

Larkin has condensed 35 years worth of sermons here to produce a book filled with the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith, spoken in plain language for the average reader. Contains over 50 charts and drawings to guide the reader through Larkin’s points.

Dispensational Truth or God’s Plan and Purpose in the Ages

  • Author: Clarence Larkin
  • Publisher: Clarence Larkin
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 176
  • Available in: L

This book represents 30 years of Larkin’s careful study of the prophetic Scriptures, and “aims to give not the opinions of men, but the teaching of the Word of God, to prepare a standard work on ‘Dispensational Truth.’” But this book is anything but standard! For almost one hundred years this book has endured as one of the top books on dispensationalism, and is filled with Larkin’s beautiful artwork and clear writing. A must-have book for any student of prophecy.

Why I Am A Baptist

  • Author: Clarence Larkin
  • Publisher: Clarence Larkin
  • Publication Date: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Pages: 1902
  • Available in: L

Designed for young converts and those desiring to know the distinctive principles of the Baptists, this concise volume provides a short history of the Baptist denomination and provides key information on the doctrinal differences between Baptists and other Protestant denominations.

The Spirit World

  • Author: Clarence Larkin
  • Publisher: Clarence Larkin
  • Publication Date: 1921
  • Pages: 158
  • Available in: L

Shortly after World War I, Larkin was disturbed to see a large number of people turning to the occult to try to contact lost loved ones. “It seems timely that a book should be written to show what the Holy Scriptures has revealed of the ‘World of Spirits.’ The Bible has much to say about this ‘Spirit World,’ and if we will carefully search its pages we shall know all there is to be known in this life of the ‘World to Come.’” This volume, still pertinent in sentiment and content today, contains over 40 of Larkin’s beautiful drawings and charts.

The Second Coming of Christ

  • Author: Clarence Larkin
  • Publisher: Clarence Larkin
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 46
  • Available in: L

Clarence Larkin created this concise, comprehensive work to teach those who know nothing of the doctrine of Christ’s return, or for those that would like to know more. This book gives the history of the doctrine, vividly describes the two stages of the second coming, and points out the “Signs of the Times.” Beautifully illustrated.

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  • Title: Baptist Studies
  • Volumes: 35