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J. Kristian Pratt

J. Kristian Pratt (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Gardner-Webb University, and Baylor University) is a church historian specializing in nineteenth- and twentieth-century religion in America. He currently is professor of Religion at Spartanburg Methodist College.

Books by J. Kristian Pratt

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The Father of Landmarkism: The Life of Ben M. Bogard
By author: J. Kristian Pratt
Product Code: H869
ISBN: 9780881464344
Product Format: Hardback
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Ben M. Bogard was the preeminent leader of Landmark Baptists during the first half of the twentieth century. He was the personification of polemics, engaging the political, cultural, and religious issues of his day. Whether he was debating Aimee Semple McPherson, accusing J. Frank Norris of failing to preach the fundamentals of the faith, campaigning to outlaw the teaching of evolution, or condemning the ecumenical movement, Bogard never ceased defining and defending his understanding of the true Christian faith. This book, the first scholarly biography of one of the most important Baptists in twentieth-century America, traces Bogard's life as he rose to prominence, organized Landmark Baptists, created a seminary and publishing enterprise, and became the father of the modern Landmark Baptist movement.