ABP is reporting that Southern Baptists and Conservative Baptists have formed a new International Baptist Network to compete with the Baptist World Alliance. This network will be held together by Fundamentalist doctrine.
For them, first and foremost is the belief that "the Bible is the inerrant, inspired Word of God without error, and is the only authority for Christians and churches."
The Mainstream Baptists website has posted several articles that expose the heresy of the doctrine of "inerrancy." Here are a couple links where readers can find the material:
Baptist Faith & Message Revision
All that I would add to the present conversation is the observation that moderate, Mainstream Baptists have never affirmed a doctrine of "sola scriptura" as formulated by the International Baptist Network. Instead we have affirmed a doctrine of "suprema scriptura."
Anyone who knows the details about how and when the scriptures were written, collected and canonized cannot plausibly deny that tradition is also a source of authority for Christians and the churches.