Definitions

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  • proper n. An ecclesiology whereby non-Baptist churches are considered illegitimate.

Etymologies

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landmark +‎ -ism, after a passage in Proverbs 22:28: "Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set."

Examples

  • Historians debate reasons for rise of Landmarkism in 19th century Baptist influence on history of U.S., world a mixed bag, historians say Survey: Protestant pastors favor McCain, but many still undecided Baptist chaplain offers ministry of presence at San Antonio hospital Bible says it and Baptists believe it, but religious practice far from settled N.Y. Baptist group says to defrock pastor facing child-porn charge Churches partner with PORTA to provide computer lab for immigrants

    Baptist Standard

  • Baptist history a continuing search for the New Testament church Historians debate reasons for rise of Landmarkism in 19th century Baptist influence on history of U.S., world a mixed bag, historians say

    Baptist Standard

  • The irony with Ross is that he's a former Landmark Baptist, but here, his Landmarkism is showing.

    Triablogue

  • I will defend my sacramentology and soteriology when I feel it is necessary, but I will not get involved in the crypto-Landmarkism that is creeping into Baptist life once again.

    Triablogue

  • American Protestants equally loyal Lockney church opens facility to students, faculty of burned school Anti-torture activists voice approval, concern about executive orders Anti-abortion forces seek government funding cuts for Planned Parenthood Hispanic and Anglo churches join to offer healing for body & soul Baylor student athletes leave Mexico with memories to last a lifetime Churches set countywide goal: Distribute Scripture to every home Baptist history a continuing search for the New Testament church Historians debate reasons for rise of Landmarkism in 19th century Baptist influence on history of U.S., world a mixed bag, historians say Faith anchors Tech student who wins contest, gains spot on football team Pentagon tightens policy on distributing religious literature to recruits

    Baptist Standard

  • CBF field personnel direct training center, minister to villagers in Belize Police investigate money missing from Missouri Baptist nursing school Therapeutic robot takes center stage for residents of retirement community Baptist seminary honors Glenn Hinson for half century of teaching Baylor chair, over objections, names all-regent search committee SBC Executive Committee postpones vote on ouster of Broadway Baptist Basketball player at Baptist university suspended after altercation Pastor says faith sustaining family of pilot in deadly plane crash First regional New Baptist Covenant event focuses on reconciliation Church with woman pastor expects further rebuke from Georgia Baptists Baptist history a continuing search for the New Testament church Historians debate reasons for rise of Landmarkism in 19th century Baptist influence on history of U.S., world a mixed bag, historians say

    ABP News

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