The Story of Baptists
in the United States
by Pamela R. Durso and Keith E. Durso
$15 (singly copy) or $150 (case of 14)
price includes shipping/handling
The Story of Baptists in the United States is a great resource for
educating current and future generations about our unique history.
Consisting of 224 pages and including more than 160 photos and
illustrations, the volume is suitable for a variety of uses, including
church group studies, university and seminary classrooms, church and
historical society libraries and individual reading. Included in the
volume are accounts of the lives and work of well-known and lesser-known
Baptist men and women. Women, ethnic minorities and small Baptist
denominations are featured alongside of more well known Baptist groups.
From Baptist historian Walter B. Shurden: "This book from Keith and Pam
Durso for students, laity, and clergy is a highly readable, remarkably
insightful, and much needed chronological survey of the largest Protestant
denomination in the United States."
A History of the
by Carol Woodfin
$20 (single copy) / $150 (case of 12)
shipped to U.S. address
$40 (single copy) / $300 (case of 12)
shipped to International address
From historian Karen
Bullock: “The story of the founding and sixty-four-year growth of the
European Baptist Theological Seminary, from its earliest days at
Ruschlikon, Switzerland, through its sojourn in Prague, Czech Republic, to
its imminent move to Amsterdam, Holland, is a tale of heroism, tension,
ministry, struggle, endurance, and love ... Carol Woodfin has delivered a
masterful work that adds significantly to the varied fields of Baptist
theological, institutional, and ecclesial history; global Baptist
relationships; and mission strategy."