Baptist Church

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  • Westboro Baptist Church

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    The Topeka, Kansas-based Westboro Church is a very small homophobic, anti- Semitic hate group that regularly stages protest around the country. The group first started as a non-profit organization in 1967. The Westboro Baptist Church is made up of its pastor, and some of his children and grandchildren. The Westboro Baptist church is well known for picketing places and or events they see as supporting homosexuals or Jews. This group consists of few people. The ones who have children teach them

  • The Wesboro Baptist Church

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    The Westboro Baptist Church is an independent, small church operating in Topeka, Kansas. Pastor Fred Phelps leads the church. The church openly professes extremist views, and has gained notoriety from picketing military funerals, stating that deceased servicemen and women are the God's punishment for waging war. They call the U.S the “evil nation.” WBC's internet page,, believes that the church conducts “peaceful demonstrations opposing the fag lifestyle of soul-damning, nation-destroying

  • Baptist Church Visit

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    Baptist Church Visit I decided to go to a Baptist Church here in Miami. The reason that I chose Coral Park Baptist Church was because most Baptist Churches that I called here in Miami had the service in Spanish but Coral Park Baptist had an English service as well. I went to the eleven o’clock service on Sunday. The whole church itself was pretty big. There is the main temple that has the regular service in Spanish and then there is a whole other building that has separate classrooms where

  • Baptism in the Baptist Church

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    Baptism in the Baptist Church Baptism is the "opportunity for a believer to draw nearer to God in Faith" and to show that they fully trust God to take a hold of their lives. We know that Baptism is important in Christianity because in the Bible it states "Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit" (Acts 2:38) Baptism and Holy communion in the Baptist Church is not called

  • Southern Baptist Church

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    On May 8, 1845 in Augusta, Georgia, the Southern Baptist Convention separated from the Triennial Convention. However, this separation involved only the home and foreign mission societies. Many churches in the South continued to buy Sunday school materials from the American Baptist Publication Society in Philadelphia. According to H. Leon McBeth, the suggestion of a Southern Baptist printing program was met with much opposition, especially in the early years of the SBC. Many thought a new

  • My Experience At The Baptist Church

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    to a church in Capitol Hill. This church’s name is Mount Zion Baptist Church. This church is different then the one I usually attend because it is Baptist. Many African Americans choose this church to worship at. I usually attend a church that is non-denominational. The church I regularly go to has ties with a sister church in Hawaii so the church here is strongly influenced by Hawaiian culture. This means that there are a lot of people who are Hawaiian or of Asian descent. So being in a church with

  • The Importance Of Worshiping At A Baptist Church

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    My religious is Christianity. I currently attend a Baptist church, which is small. I have been attending a Baptist church for years. I grew up in a Baptists church. The church I attend and have been attending since childhood is an all African-America congregation. However, I chose to worship at a Catholic church, which is concerned mass service. Worshiping at a different place of religious can be uncomfortable learning experience. To begin with, the mass service as a whole was pleasant. The congregation

  • No Tolerance for Intolerance: The Westboro Baptist Church

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    No Tolerance for Intolerance The Westboro Baptist Church has caused a lot of controversy in recent years by exercising its right to freedom of speech to the fullest extent during various protests. However, the controversy does not come from the right to freedom of speech, but, is coming from what they are saying verbally and in writing on their signage at protests. This church has been referred to as a hate group rather than a religious organization, especially because of the fact that the WBC

  • Field Experience: Bellevue Baptist Church

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    introduced to a person early in childhood. I attended the 9:20 a.m. Sunday morning worship service at Bellevue Baptist Church, 2000 Appling Road, Cordova, Tennessee. The Sunday morning service opened with a selection by the sanctuary choir and orchestra, followed by a congregational hymn. Pastor Gaines began talking to the congregation about looking at the vision frame of the future for the church and their mission statement, which comes out of the word of God. A testimony of multiplying disciples was

  • Hasidism vs the Westboro Baptist Church

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    on earth could Hasidic Jews and the Westboro Baptist Church have anything in common? After watching the documentaries on both, I believe they do have a number of commonalities but a greater number of differences. Both sects exhibit a strict interpretation of their respected holy works, are conservative and have an air of spiritual elitness. But they differ greatly in the details of their religion and way of life. The Hasidic Jews and the Westboro Baptist Christians may seem to be extremely different