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ADVOCATING CLOSED COMMUNION--BEING A CONSISTENT BAPTIST

Nathan Finn has been blogging about closed communion. Some good stuff here, check it out. Also he has a very interesting post on Baptism, Church Membership, and the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. I too think that the slippery slope argument can be overworked in terms of historical precedent, but this is a very sobering post. Read it.