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June 2010


In this issue, The Baptist Pietist Clarion explored the first adjective in its title. Leland Eliason, Bruce Peterson, and G.W. Carlson reflected on the significance of Gordon Johnson and his popular book, My Church: A Manual of Baptist Faith and Action. Vic Winquist asked how much the Baptist General Conference of the 21st century would resemble the BGC of the 20th. Glen Scorgie wrote about “Becoming Baptist Again.” And Stan Anderson shared an acrostic of Baptist beliefs.

In addition, this issue of the Clarion featured the poetry of two women: Signe Olson Peterson and Bethel English professor Angela Shannon.

Click to download or view the June 2010 issue


  • Leland Eliason, “Gordon Johnson: Encountering the Gospel of Jesus Christ”
  • Vic Winquist, “The Baptist General Conference in the 21st Century”
  • G. William Carlson, “Inside this Issue…”
  • Bruce Petersen, “Celebrating Gordon Johnson’s My Church: A Manual of Baptist Faith and Action
  • Gordon Johnson, “Effective Preaching Needed” and “Our Campus Says Something: We Trust It will Always Be Used to the Glory of Our Lord”
  • Glen Scorgie, “Becoming Baptist Again”
  • G. William Carlson, “‘God, and the Life He Has Given Us, Is so Good!’: The Ministry and Vision of Gordon Johnson”
  • G. William Carlson, “Celebrating a Baptist Heritage: The Pietist Poetry of Signe Olson Peterson”
  • G. William Carlson, “Angela Shannon: ‘We Carry Our History With Us'”
  • Angela Shannon, “Freedom Baptist” and “MLK, Jr. and Prayer Power”
  • Stanley Anderson, “Distinctive Baptist Beliefs”
  • G. William Carlson, “Gordon G. Johnson: A Selective Bibliography”

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