|Title||:||What Baptists Believe|
|Number of Pages||:||595 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
What Baptists Believe Reviews
In this book, Shelley seeks to spell out the six main differences between baptists and other christians. The best part about this book is that it is short. Shelley doesn't feel the need to waist your time with inspirational stories about people's personal experience with baptism or sad testimonies of local churches that have been crushed by tyrannical denominational oversight, he gives you the scriptures, a couple alternate interpretations and then the baptist spin on things. Shelley is honest about baptist short comings (like individualism) and uses this book to quickly address those. If you have a base knowledge of the christian faith and desire to know how, as a baptist, you differ from other christians or how baptist differ from your faith, then this is the book for you. If you aren't a christian and have no idea what christianity is about, use this book to augment a more basic treatment of Christianity. The book, being so short, is really no risk of it being a waist of your time, no matter what the motivation for your curiosities.