Sounding a False Alarm: W. O. Carver and the 1914 Controversy over the Virgin Birth: One of the Most Intriguing Questions in the History of Southern Religion Concerns the Nature and Extent of Theological Liberalism in Denominations, Particularly the Southern Baptist Convention (1). - Baptist History and Heritage

Sounding a False Alarm: W. O. Carver and the 1914 Controversy over the Virgin Birth: One of the Most Intriguing Questions in the History of Southern Religion Concerns the Nature and Extent of Theological Liberalism in Denominations, Particularly the Southern Baptist Convention (1).

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  • Release Date: 2004-03-22
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Sounding a False Alarm: W. O. Carver and the 1914 Controversy over the Virgin Birth: One of the Most Intriguing Questions in the History of Southern Religion Concerns the Nature and Extent of Theological Liberalism in Denominations, Particularly the Southern Baptist Convention (1). by Baptist History and Heritage

Did theological liberalism exist below the Mason-Dixon line? And if so, how did denominations handle yet another form of outside agitation that seemingly threatened the doctrinal status quo of churches and their institutions? The following case study explores this issue and illustrates how one Southern Baptist seminary professor sought to balance his understanding of traditional orthodoxy with the intellectual challenges of the modern world. In late 1903, seminary president E. Y. Mullins announced the founding of a new theological quarterly for Southern Baptists, The Baptist Review & Expositor, a tool he hoped would, according to his biographer, "control doctrinal debate among his brethren" and "intellectualize conservative Christian thought." (2) Most Southern Baptists received the journal well, and for years it stood as the denomination's single venue for academic scholarship.

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