List of Baptists

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This is a list of Baptists. This list is not complete.

Preachers, theologians, and missionaries[change | change source]

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Politicians[change | change source]

President Harry S. Truman

Entertainers[change | change source]

Johnny Cash

Other Baptists[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "131 Christians Everyone Should Know: Oswald Chambers", Christian History & Biography. (undated).
  2. "The religion of Charles Colson, Nixon administration insider". www.adherents.com.
  3. Peter Applebome. "Jerry Falwell, Moral Majority Founder, Dies at 73. The New York Times (May 16, 2007). Retrieved September 23, 2007.
  4. "The religion of Billy Graham, evangelist". www.adherents.com.
  5. "Mordecai Ham: Outspoken Evangelist". Christian History Institute. (June 2007). Retrieved September 23, 2007.
  6. Jack Hyles Home Page (undated). Retrieved September 23, 2007.
  7. . "Martin Luther King Biography" www.nobelprize.org retrieved September 20 2007
  8. Fisher Humphries. "Calvininsm and Theology Today" in The Center for Baptist Studies at Mercer University (undated). Retrieved September 21, 2007
  9. Michael Foust. "Adrian Rogers, Longtime Bellevue Pastor and Leader in Conservative Resurgence, Dies" Baptist Press (news agency) November 15, 2005. Retrieved September 21, 2007.
  10. ""C(harles) H(addon) Spurgeon Biography (1834-92)". biography.com.[dead link]
  11. "Dr. Charles Stanley. In Touch Ministry (undated). Retrieved September 23, 2007.
  12. 12.0 12.1 ""Let the Church Stand Up"". Time. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  13. Gretel C. Kovach, Sarah Elkins, Suzanne Smalley and Sarah Kliff. "A Pastor's True Calling." Newsweek December 17 2007. Retrieved January 6 2008.
  14. "Says Record Shows Lincoln a Baptist" New York Times 31 October 1921. Retrieved 11 April 2008.
  15. Bruce Smith. McCain Says He's Been Baptist for Years. ABC News. September 17 2007 retrieved September 17 2007.
  16. "The Religious Affiliation of US President Nelson A. Rockefeller". www.adherents.com, (undated). Retrieved March 27 2008.
  17. Holly Vicente Robaina. "Heart of Clay". Christianity Today (December 2005). Retrieved 3 October 2007.
  18. "The religion of Glen Campbell, rock and roll star". www.adherents.com.
  19. "The religion of Johnny Cash, country music star". www.adherents.com.
  20. "The religion of Kevin Costner, actor and film director". www.adherents.com.
  21. "The religion of Bette Davis, actress". www.adherents.com.
  22. "The religion of Buddy Holly, rock and roll star". www.adherents.com.
  23. The religion of Eddie Murphy, actor, comedian actor, comedian
  24. Sara Horn. "Chuck Norris Tells How God's Plan Was Bigger Than His Own." Baptist Press. September 21 2004. Retrieved April 4 2008.
  25. "The religion of Jim Brown, pro-football player, actor". www.adherents.com.
  26. Hillary Wicai. "NBA Star Puts Faith to Work," Baptist Standard. January 8 2001. Retrieved July 7 2007
  27. Erin Roach, "Masters winner buoyed by faith, marriage" Baptist Press.
  28. "The religion of Reggie White, murderer turned Christian author".
  29. "The Life and Death of Jesse James - American Experience - PBS". www.pbs.org.
  30. "Baptists" Time. (June 7 1926). Retrieved March 26 2008.
  31. Martha Duffy. "Grisham's Law". Time (May 8, 1995). Retrieved September 22, 2007.
  32. Cathy Lynn Grossman. "Prophesy Feeds Fire of Debate" USAToday (April 24, 2004). Retrieved September 22, 2007.

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