Hoping for some Protestant insight here, but something I've found very interesting and odd is that it appears many Baptists/Southern Baptists do not get along with Evangelicals and are even publishing pamphlets and articles aimed against them. This surprised me because before I had always merged Baptists and Evangelicals together-using the phrases interchangably because they had always seemed so similar, almost identical to me in terms of doctrine, feel and way they function. However, after reading more and speaking to more Baptists, not too many of them have nice things to say about Evangelicals. Is there a reason why? Are there really significant differences between the two or is it just the way they deal with each other? Like, I know that Evangelicals have a bad rep with almost every mainline form of Christianity because they are accused of constantly harassing them, so is this the case with Evangelicals and Baptists? Did one offend the other? And even stranger, most Evangelicals I have talked to usually came from a Baptist or 'non-denominational' background. Would it be fair to say that the whole Evangelical movement is a strange offshoot from certan members of the Baptist and 'non-denominational' Churches? Like, in a way, is Evangelicism a product of the Baptist Church? Like the rebellious little brother that the bigger brother thinks is out of line? I know that this sounds harsh, but, most of this is stuff I have actually heard from Baptists. Some have even gone as far as to say that the Evangelical movement is like cancer because it has no central organization, but just spreads at random and pollutes mainline Churches. So, I was wondering if any Protestants here, more specifically Baptists or Southern Baptists, had anything to say about this.