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Walter B Shurden

Walter B. Shurden is former chair of the department of Christianity, Callaway Professor of Christianity, and executive director of the Center for Baptist Studies at Mercer University. He has also served as dean of the School of Theology and professor of Church History at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, professor of religion at Carson Newman College, and pastor of the First Baptist Church of Ruston, Louisiana. Since his retirement from Mercer in 2007, he has been designated as minister at large for Mercer University.

Books by Walter B Shurden

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The Baptist Summit at Mercer University : 19-20 January 2006, Three Addresses
By author: William D. Underwood, R. Kirby Godsey, R. Kirby Godsey   Edited by: Walter B Shurden
Product Code: P363
ISBN: 9780881460612
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In December 2005, Mercer University and the Georgia Baptist Convention ended their 173-year affiliation. A meeting of more than 150 church leaders from across the country to explore ways to maintain and broaden Mercer's Identity as a free Baptist institution serving Baptists not only in Georgia, but around the world.
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Perspectives on theological education: essays in honor of C. Penrose St. Amant
Edited by: Walter B Shurden
Product Code: H307
ISBN: 9780865543706
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Not An Easy Journey: Some Transitions In Baptist Life
Edited by: Walter B Shurden
Product Code: P289
ISBN: 9780865549333
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Walter Shurden is a longtime champion of the role of freedom in the Baptist tradition. Recognizing that freedom alone is not the whole story, Shurden also speaks to and from other cardinal Baptist convictions. Some of these materials appear for the first time and consist of speeches and addresses that Shurden has made at crucial points in recent Baptist life in America in the latter twentieth century.
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