Baptists are not Protestants Part 1
There are three main divisions of Christianity: Catholics, Protestants and Baptists. Why are Baptists not Protestants? This sermon, preached on Nov.1, 2009, the day after Reformation Day, answers the question. While there are many things that Baptists believe in common with Protestants, yet there are some serious differences. Here are three main areas of those differences.
1.Baptists believe in the sole authority of the Word of God
2.Baptists believe that the ordinances of baptism and communion are symbolic and are to be kept as taught in the NT
3.Baptist's beliefs regarding the New Testament Church.
|Recorded||Nov 1, 2009|
|Published||Nov 4, 2009|
|Bible Text||2 Timothy 3:14-17; Acts 16:31-34|
|Event||Sunday - AM|