The Baptist Reformation
The Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention
By: Jerry Sutton

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Jerry Sutton examines the twenty-year struggle to restore the destiny and distinction of the Southern Baptist Convention by describing the context of the struggle, the reformation that began in the Convention and how it took place, and the institutions in which the resurgence took place. This book serves as a testimony and an expression of gratitude to those who worked to bring about the Baptist Reformation.