BGCT

AcronymDefinition
BGCTBaptist General Convention of Texas
BGCTBenign Giant Cell Tumor
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Also, Bob Patterson negotiated with the BGCT to fund additional PhD stipends.
Ken Camp and Becky Bridges, "Falwell's Theology Shaped by Politics, BGCT Leaders Say," Baptist Standard, 14 October 2002.
Through the first half of the twentieth century, the BGCT leadership transitioned to a more socially proactive and racially aware organization that began to pursue opportunities to collaborate with African-American and Mexican-American Baptists.
4) Carroll played a major role in the change of venue for the 1897 BGCT annual session, where Hayden first lost his seat in the convention, from Weatherford, only sixty miles from Dallas, to Temple, only forty-one miles from Waco.
The BGCT Executive Board voted to appoint a special committee to review the definitive agreement for the sale of the hospital system assets.
His leadership of two great historic churches in Waco, his service in the work of the denomination as a pastor and as executive-secretary [director] of the BGCT, his ministry as a writer and especially his role as a pastor, teacher, mentor, and friend to decades of college students at Baylor University should be remembered and recorded.
The next step in the BGCT process is to take this to the Executive Board on Tuesday, Sept.
Churches want the BGCT to provide vision and support," the committee concluded in its findings.
Because of its size, BGCT baptism counts tend to mirror trends in the SBC.
Chapter eight compares "Yesterday and Today," relating the Hayden controversy to what is happening today between the BGCT and Southern Baptists of Texas (SBT).
In addition, the BGCT never opposed the social Christianity emphases, the Baptist Standard editorship supported the Christian ethics involvements, and the department of Christian Ethics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary supplied ministers who understood the ethics facets of the gospel.