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July 2005


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In this issue of The Baptist Pietist Clarion:

  • Vic Winquist identified four ways in which religious liberty runs through the Bible, and Dwight Jessup expanded on the Baptist commitment to religious liberty and the separation of church and state by recounting the connections between the BGC/Bethel and the Baptist Joint Committee (BJC, on whose board he and Winquist had served).
  • C. Emanuel Carlson and Walfred Peterson, two long-serving Bethel professors who later worked at the BJC, were paid tribute by G.W. Carlson, Elving Anderson, and John Anderson.
  • Ron Saari reflected on generosity as a central value of the Kingdom of God.
  • For the first time, some of the earlier, Swedish-language poems of Signe Olson Peterson were published, thanks to the translation efforts of Tom Coleman.


  • Vic Winquist, “Religious Liberty: All Americans Believe in It. Or Do They?”
  • Dwight Jessup, “The Baptist General Conference and the Baptist Joint Committee: Vigilance in Protecting Our Religious Liberty”
  • G. William Carlson, “Inside this Issue of the Clarion”
  • V. Elving Anderson, “C. Emanuel Carlson as Historian and Educator: Personal Reflections”
  • John F. Anderson, “Onward and Upward: Reflections on the Life and Teaching Impact of Dr. Walfred H. Peterson”
  • G. William Carlson, “Dunn Praises C. Emanuel Carlson for Defending Religious Liberty and Church-State Separation”
  • C. Emanuel Carlson, “Religious Liberty: On Learning the Meaning of Prayer”
  • G. William Carlson, “Defend and Extend God-Given Religious Liberty for All: The Missions of C. Emanuel Carlson and Walfred H. Peterson”
  • Ron Saari, “Generosity: An Essential to Kingdom Life”
  • G. William Carlson, “The Pietist Poetry of Signe Olson Peterson: Early Poems Translated by Tom Coleman”

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