Baptist Polity Essay Winners

Earlier this year we asked students in the Crandall-Acadia Bachelor of Theology Partnership to submit a 1000 word essay on a Baptist distinctive of their choice. The first place winner was Nigel Butterfield. He received $500 for his submission on the Priesthood of All Believers. Second place winner was Jonathan Steeves who received $300 for his essay on the Autonomy of the Local Church.

To read the essays, go to yourcalling.ca/bth-awards

Learn more about the Partnership Program at acadiadiv.ca/bth-partnership



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