The Baptist Standard

A while back we took a look at the Baptist Flag, a separated and sanctified flag for Baptists who don’t want to use the same one as all the other Protestants.

Well, in typical fashion, some Baptists have decided to separate from that flag and make their own “more Biblical” model. So now, in addition to the Baptist Flag, there is the Baptist Standard:

As the site explains:

There is no pledge, this is not an idol or a symbol of arrogance, but rather a statement and a stand that this is what we believe. This flag doesn’t unite all of Christendom, but separates Truth from error.

Boom! Take, that, Mr. Baptist Flag Pledge Man!

So if this new flag is all about separating from error, would it be correct to assume that it is a “Standard Standards Standard”? The mind boggles.

254 thoughts on “The Baptist Standard”

  1. It *IS* a pledge. It *IS* and idol. It *IS* a symbol of spiritual arrogance. They deny it, but the denial is a lie. They proclaim it as a separation of truth from error (KJVO); on that one thing they are partially correct, but they are the ones in error.

  2. “Months” thinking and praying about it, and the end product looks like it was drawn by a 12-year-old with Parkinson’s. Have these guys ever seen a computer?

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