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America Needs Baptist

America Needs Baptist April 24, 2018 Dr Pierre Coovert A Prepared People Not every people is suited for freedom. If there is not some control over the  passions of men, freedom gives license, and people do that which is right in their own eyes. Listen to what God has to say about man’s heart: The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? (Jeremiah 17:9) There are no exceptions: Wherefore,

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The Cathares, Our Baptist Ancestors

The Cathares, Our Baptist Ancestors January 29, 2016 Dr Pierre Coovert Baptists are forgetting who they are and the heritage that was given us by our Baptist ancestors. I hope the following presentation will inspire you to do some research to see who we are and what it cost to maintain our testimony. Without the Baptist the Gospel message would have been lost during the Dark Ages. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D8xHbtPgIY Copyright 2017 Pierre Coovert, All rights reserved

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The Cost Of Your Right To Believe What You Believe

The Cost Of Your Right To Believe What You Believe April 1, 2014 Dr Pierre Coovert I want to ask you the following questions: Do you consider yourself to be a Baptist? If you are, and something happened to your church would you seek out another Baptist church to join? If there was none, would you be instrumental in getting one started? Over the years of pastoring Baptist churches some have gotten upset with me

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Is Alien Baptism OK?

Is Alien Baptism OK? July 1, 2013 Dr Pierre Coovert This is the third article in this series on shocking things I have heard from Baptist pulpits. In this article I will deal with alien baptism. Many of you may never have heard the term, but it has nothing to do with space aliens. It is talking about baptism by those who are not Baptist in faith and practice. I add this last part about

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Should We Break Fellowship Over The Mode Of Baptism?

Should We Break Fellowship Over The Mode Of Baptism? June 30, 2013 Dr Pierre Coovert This is the second article in a series of five concerning shocking things I have heard recently from Baptist pulpits. This second article deals with the mode of baptism and should we break fellowship with those who accept a mode other than immersion? To answer this question there are some other questions that must be answered first. The first question

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Does It Mean Something To Be A Baptist?

Does It Mean Something To Be A Baptist? June 29, 2013 Dr Pierre Coovert I have been asked to do some follow-up articles on my article “Are We Fighting The Wrong Battles”, especially the part where I mentioned some shocking things I have heard from Baptist pulpits recently. This will be the first of five articles dealing with the five subjects mentioned: we shouldn’t make a big deal over being a Baptist We shouldn’t break

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Waldensian Trail of Faith

Waldensian Trail of Faith April 1, 2013 Dr Pierre Coovert Saturday I went on a tour of the Waldensian Trail of Faith in Valdese, NC. It was a real joy to see some of what our Baptist forefathers suffered to preserve the Gospel pure for us. From about 65 AD until the time of the Reformation these people stood for the Gospel at great cost to themselves. I was both saddened and rejoiced to see

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The Seven Churches of Revelation 2 & 3

The Seven Churches of Revelation 2 & 3 March 15, 2013 Dr Pierre Coovert In my study of the history of the Cathares I stumbled across a map that shows that one of the centers of the Cathares was in the ancient city of Philadelphia in what is now Turkey. This has led me to a study, which is far from finished, of the seven churches of Revelation Chapters 2 & 3. The fact that

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Squire Boone

Squire Boone February 19, 2013 Dr Pierre Coovert In my study of Baptist history last night I discovered an unsung Baptist preacher whose brother is well known to every American and many in foreign countries. The following is a summary of what I have found so far. SQUIRE BOONE (1744-1815), an early explorer of what are now the states of Indiana, Kentucky, and Virginia, was born on October 5, 1744. He was the tenth of

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Ecumenical Baptists

Ecumenical Baptists December 24, 2012 Dr Pierre Coovert Many Baptist churches have dropped the name “Baptist” and become community churches. Many more should do the same since, like those who have already dropped the name, they are no longer Baptists. The name “Baptist” is not just another name. It is a name with a proud heritage of standing for truth from the time of the apostles until this very day. An advertisement in a newspaper

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