Committed to historic Southern Baptist principles, the Founders Journal promotes the doctrines of grace and their application in the local church. This collection is filled with theological scholarship for students, pastors, and church leaders seeking to recover the gospel of grace and work for the spiritual health and reformation of local churches. Containing contemporary articles, book reviews, and editorials, as well as news and letters, this journal is a link to the recent scholarship of Southern Baptist academics and pastors and is a valuable tool for modern church ministry. In the 2014 issues, associate-editor Tom Nettles commemorates the 200th anniversary of the General Missionary Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the United States, supporters of Adironam Judson. These modern views of traditional Baptist practice provide readers with a wealth of helpful information to guide faith and practice.
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