- Abner Smith and the Early Primitive Baptist Work in Texas -- "Abner Smith was a man who allowed no neutral opinions of himself. One either admired or detested him."
- A Biography of Rolfe Barnard -- "After a few sermons in the church, folk knew just how different Rolfe Barnard was from the evangelists who had visited the church before."
- “Don’t be like us” says a true Scotsman – Interview with Eternity magazine -- "Scotland is on a rapid slide downhill, both in church attendance numbers and in the quality of churches and the impact on society."
- John Tombes's Answer, 1: The Context -- "John Tombes...is rather obscure today because he never really fit into any "camp," and so no one really claims him in their heritage."
- John Tombes's Answer, 2: The Relationships -- "John Tombes was pummeled by Westminster for asking them to debate infant baptism, and he turned to the early Baptists for advice."
- John Tombes's Answer 3: What Is Baptism? -- "One of the greatest controversies among the early English Baptists was what to do with the old established churches who did not practice true baptism."
- John Tombes's Answer 4: Implications -- "Benjamin Cox and Thomas Patient almost exclusively spoke of "churches" and not "the Church"."
- Missionary Baptists Classified as to Practice and Teachings -- "By R. Y. Blalock"
- NEW - Monographs in Baptist History -- "Following in the footsteps of his theological mentor, Jonathan Edwards, Fuller labored to defend the moral goodness and salutary nature of Christian doctrine against the new moral philosophy of the Enlightenment."
- Open Mindedness: Relatively New In History -- Why? -- "The truth about our minds is that we don't open them. God opens them."
- Perpetuity Of The Church -- "by Forest Keener"
- The First Baptist -- "by S. E. Anderson"
- The life and ministry of Joshua Marshman—a sestercentennial appreciation. Part I -- "In the telling of the history of this community, however, it is chiefly [William] Carey that has been remembered."
- The life and ministry of Joshua Marshman—a sestercentennial appreciation. Part II -- "In God’s providence, Grant met Marshman in a bookshop. He noticed Marshman was perusing a Latin dictionary and he asked him whether he could read Latin."
- The Records of the First American First 'American' Denomination: The Keithians of Pennsylvania, 1694-1700
- The Spencer Journal, September 2011 -- "The purposes of our J. H. Spencer Society, though not in these words formally, is to collect, preserve, publish, and discuss anything related to the more than 250 years of Baptist influence in Kentucky."
Friday, June 01, 2018
Abner Smith, and other history links
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