MayJune_CoverMuch of this issue is dedicated to remembering Mark Jackson, a leader in several areas of Regular Baptist life. Updates on past articles include Greg Linscott’s report on a meeting of fundamental Baptists and “Meet Clare Jewell,” about the GARBC’s national church-planting initiative. With summer around the corner, articles on Regular Baptist camping emphasize the blessings of this ministry. Dr. George Gunn considers “Christocentric Interpretation and Luke 24:27”; Stephen Anderson, “Morality Matters”; David Gunn, “Jihad, Multiculturalism, and Jesus” (digital ed.); and Mark Snoeberger, “A Tale of Two Kingdoms” (digital ed.).

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Baptist Bulletin Plus—Digital Content
  • “Some New Thing” | Mark Jackson
  • A Baptist Distinctive | Mark Jackson
  • Jihad, Multiculturalism, and Jesus | David Gunn
  • Surrender and the Christian Life | Robert T. Ketcham
  • Special Interest Groups | Juanita Purcell
  • Eight Steps for Organizing a Parents’ Day
  • Family Bible Study: How Old Is God? | Cheryl Fawcett and Robert C. Newman
  • A Tale of Two Kingdoms | Mark Snoeberger