General Conference of the Evangelical Baptist Church, Inc.

The General Conference of the Evangelical Baptist Church, Inc. was organized in 1935 as the Church of the Full Gospel, Inc, by members of several Free Will Baptist churches, under the leadership of William Howard Carter. In doctrine and organization they are similar to the Free Will Baptists, holding an Arminian and somewhat Wesleyan theology. They also share Pentecostal-Holiness traits, and consider themselves fundamentalists. The Evangelical Baptist Church is premillennial in eschatology. By 1952, they had grown to 31 churches with about 2200 members. Headquarters are in Goldsboro, North Carolina, where an annual conference is held. After the death of Carter in 1980, the denomination dwindled to 2 churches with about 100 members by 1992.

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