How common is it for a southern Baptist, especially, ~some~ SB ordained minister to go through all their lives not hearing anything about Arminians or have any clue what it means. From what I'm seeing is that Reformed Baptist is more than totally separated from the new modernized Southern Baptist or perhaps the SBC, a creedless (?) church. Seems to me that the SB could at least peek into historic Baptist. I've been told that the Reformed Baptist was an offspring of the Baptist group. Seems to me that the SB would the offspring of the reformed historical Baptist. Perhaps we have multiple Baptist groups that have nothing to do with each other. I'll have to aggree that many churches rather be an Bible-only church but it would be better to learn from our historical errors and not repeat them. Why shoot off a nuclear warhead without learning it's side effects?