“Fundamentalism and the Baptists, 1900-1950”
A Call for Articles for the American Baptist Quarterly
The fundamentalist movement is 100 years old, and there is perhaps no group of American Christians that has been more affected than the Baptists. See, for example, the battles over fundamentalism in the Northern Baptist Convention in the 1920s, the various fundamentalist Baptist denominations that have emerged in the past century, and the fundamentalist takeover of the Southern Baptist Convention in the 1980s.
This issue of the American Baptist Quarterly solicits articles on fundamentalism and the Baptists in the first half of the twentieth century. Articles should be historical explorations of the origins, nature, and/or impact of early fundamentalism among Baptists, as well as examinations of seminal figures, groups, events, and ideas pertaining to Baptist fundamentalism (and anti-fundamentalism).
Articles should be between 5000 and 8000 words in length (notes included), double-spaced, 12 point font, with notes gathered at the end of the manuscript (and no bibliography). Citations must conform to the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. Please submit proposed articles by March 01, 2020 to ABQ Associate Editor William Trollinger (email@example.com), who also welcomes inquiries.
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