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Columbia Contemporary American Religion Series.
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2: Baptists in America: A Sectarian Establishment.
3: Baptist Beginnings.
4: Early Baptist Groups.
5: A Dissenting Community.
6: British Baptists: The Eighteenth Century.
7: Baptist Beginnings in America.
8: A National Denomination.
9: Baptists and Education.
10: Denominational Competition.
11: Baptists and Racial Issues.
12: Schism: North and South.
13: Immigrant Baptist Churches.
14: A Social Gospel.
15: Baptists in the Twentieth Century.
16: Denominational Developments.
17: The Mission Enterprise.
18: Laymen's Movements.
19: Ethnic Baptists.
20: Worship Practices in Baptist Churches.
21: Debates and Divisions: The Twentieth Century.
22: Baptists and the Twentieth Century.
23: Baptist Beliefs and Practices.
24: Officers of Baptist Churches.
25: Baptist Beliefs: The American Experience.
26: Baptist Beliefs: A Study in Paradox.
27: Beliefs Affect Practices.
28: Baptist Groups: Denominations, Subdenominations, and Churches.
29: American Baptist Churches in the USA.
30: Seventh Day Baptists.
31: The Southern Baptist Convention.
32: Appalachian-Based Baptists.
33: Arminian Baptists.
34: Ethnic Baptist Groups.
35: Independent Baptists.
36: General Association of Regular Baptist Churches (GARBC).
37: Conservative Baptist Association of America.
38: Landmark Baptist Groups.
39: African American Baptist Denominations.
40: Newer Baptist Groups.
41: Baptist Organizations: Permanent Transition.
42: Bible, Ordinances, and Polity: Debates and Divisions Among Baptists.
43: Baptists and the Bible: Debates Over Biblical Authority.
44: Baptism: Unifying and Dividing.
45: Baptists and the Lord's Supper.
46: Congregational Polity: "Messy" Governance.
47: Contemporary Baptists.
48: Baptists and Religious Liberty: Citizenship and Freedom.
49: Religious Liberty: Early Twentieth Century.
50: Religious Liberty: A Baptist Legacy.
51: Freedom of Religion—Freedom from Slavery.
52: Early Culture Wars: Baptists and Social Crusades.
53: Baptists and American Catholics: The Church/State Debates.
54: The Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs.
55: Federal Aid to Baptist Schools.
56: Baptists and Parochial Schools.
57: Baptists and the New Religious Political Right.
58: Baptists and Religious Liberty: Separatists and Accommodationists.
59: Ethnicity and Race in Baptist Churches.
60: Baptists and Ethnic Communities.
61: Baptists and Race.
62: Independent Baptists and Race.
63: African American Baptists and Civil Rights.
64: Women in Baptist Life.
65: The Women's Sphere.
66: The Bible and Women's Roles.
67: Women and the Churches: Early Ordinations.
68: Women and the Missionary Movement.
69: Baptists and the Ordination of Women.
70: African American Baptist Women.
71: Women's Ordination and Baptist Polity.
72: Baptists and American Culture: "In the World but Not of It".
73: Baptists and the "Culture Wars".
74: Historic Baptist Sectarianism: Class Consciousness.
75: Baptists and Personal Morality: Developing Issues.
76: Social Conscience: Against Culture.
77: The Church "Culture": A Regenerate Church.
78: Baptists and Culture: Evangelism and Pluralism.
Appendix: A Baptist Chronology.