Baptist identity: once more

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This article addresses the perennial question of Baptist identity, critiquing the oft-adopted adage that Baptists are essentially congregationalists who adopt believers’ baptism. It explores critically some multi-point and single-point understandings of ‘Baptist’ and alights on a ‘biblically different’ hermeneutical understanding that bridges the divide between pragmatism and theology, construing our baptistic identity as dynamically ‘under the Lordship of Christ’.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Baptist Theology in Context
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2021


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