1.The scriptures (Bible) are the inerrant Word of God.
2.Trinity (ONE God in 3 persons, who are God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit)
3.Salvation is by grace alone. (You cannot work your way to heaven)
4.Once Saved Always Saved (That is, you cannot lose your salvation)
5.Man's nature is sinful.
6.Baptism by immersion. Baptism is a picture of your salvation and it does not save you.
Well, those are some of the basic fundamental beliefs that Southern Baptists have.
Waspish country clubs without the tennis courts.
If you see one, I’d advise you run, and if they get too near – shoot first, ask questions later!
While it claims to to be based on the Word of God and has trappings of Christianity, the truth of is far more sinister: The Southern Baptist Convention is a tool of the saee Anti-Christ whose machinations are responsible for corrupting our world with fascism, Stalinism, ceand Naziism.
Its creators were Southern slaveowners and their braindead sympathisers, who cried like spoiled children because the humanitarian and progressive northerners would not fund pro-slavery congregation, pay slave-owning ministers, or support pro-slavery missionary activity.
Northerners, progressive Southerners, and African-American southerners continue to serve our Lord and Saviour as the American Baptist Convention, while Southern Baptists have gone on to stand up for racial segregation, homophobia, misogyny, theocracy, and reactionary nationalism. Through the control of the Republican Party and the DLC (both of which they share with corporate interests), Southern Baptists continue to inflict hate, pain, and suffering upon America and upon the world.
Some of their known atrocities include burning books, promoting an "abstinence-only" approach to sex ed, and eroding women's lives (not only on the right to choose, but to the sickening degree of "a woman's place is in the home" that wasn't present in the time of Leave It to Beaver.)
As with any possible religious fundy, not all Southern Baptists follow these retrovisionist beliefs. Take with a full shaker of salt.