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Mullins began with this terse declaration: "With Baptists, religious liberty is born of the direct vision of God." Whether taking the form of a dream or eloquent discourse or solace for the sake of conscience or even a battle cry, religious liberty for Baptists "always ... has been a passion deep as life welling up from the depths of being in eternal faith and hope." (1) Along with George W. Truett's 1920 sermon on the steps of the United States Capitol, "Baptists and Religious Liberty," Mullins's sermon was a most significant exposition of the Baptist view of religious liberty of the twentieth century. Church historians will continue to debate the relative importance of Mullins's and Truett's addresses, but "The Baptist Conception for Religious Liberty" undoubtedly provides the most comprehensive statement of Mullins's understanding of religious liberty both for Baptists and for himself.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2008
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
11
Pages
PUBLISHER
Baptist History and Heritage Society
SELLER
The Gale Group, Inc., a Delaware corporation and an affiliate of Cengage Learning, Inc.
SIZE
262.5
KB

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