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  • Front Row: An Extraordinary Love

    Front Row: An Extraordinary Love

    By John Greening Since the GARBC’s inception, solid expositional preaching and doctrinal purity have been association hallmarks. During the fellowship’s formative days, its leaders and churches ...more

  • Introducing Strong Curriculum

    Introducing Strong Curriculum

    Regular Baptist Press firmly believes God’s Word is living and powerful and more effective than any idea or philosophy man could ever dream up. ...more

  • Remembering Billy Graham

    Remembering Billy Graham

    Three writers remember Billy Graham, "the man who should receive a lot of credit for my coming to Christ," one writer ...more

  • Churches in Crisis

    Churches in Crisis

    Baptists place a priority on the autonomy of each local assembly, and generally, this polity works ...more

  • When Billy and Bob Were Friends

    When Billy and Bob Were Friends

    The 1950 photo of Billy Graham and Bob Jones III hints at a complicated story, full of colorful personalities reduced to a typical mid-century palette: ...more

Archives

  • Baptist Bulletin September 1944

    Articles included in this issue: What Is the Association? Our Missionary Policy Future of Association Safeguarded Who Controls the GARBC? Some Observations on Baptist Individualism List of fellowshipping churches in 1944 ...more

  • Baptist Bulletin December 1945

    Articles included in this issue: No Room in the Inn! The World in the Light of the Word Baptist Money for Baptist Missions Children for Christ, Inc. December 1945 ...more

  • Baptist Bulletin November 1945

    Articles included in this issue: Thanksgiving Profitless Prophets Annual Meeting of American Council of Christian Churches Meditations on Baptist Unity Christian Patriotism November 1945 (6.29 ...more