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Articles from Baptist History and Heritage (June 22, 2005)

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"Exquisite powers": Ann Baker Graves and Corinthia Read Williams, obedient revolutionaries. Allen, Loyd Biography 4434
According to God's Plan: Southern Baptist Missions and Race, 1945-1970. Baugess, James S. Book Review 466
African American Baptist women: a study of missions in African American churches in Atlanta, Georgia: the missionary service of African American women has long mirrored their role in the family. Over the years, they have played a major role in keeping the family unit together in spite of great challenges, including slavery and subsequent prejudices. Henderson, Jaquelyn S. 2910
Baptist Church Discipline. Early, Joe, Jr. Book Review 436
Baptist Faith in Action: The Private Writings of Maria Baker Taylor, 1813-1895. Hoyle, Lydia Huffman Book Review 531
Baptist women deacons and deaconesses: key developments and trends, 1609-2005: "Baptist women deacons and deaconesses: key developments and trends, 1609-2005" is a big topic. It covers four centuries. It spans international boundaries. It exhibits considerable conflict. Deweese, Charles W. 5484
Baptist women in America: in various times in Baptist history in America, women have served as church planters, missionaries, mission organization leaders, deaconesses, deacons, worship leaders, preachers, exhorters, and spiritual advisors. Durso, Pamela R. Editorial 480
Baptist women walking together in America, 1950-2000: when did you become captivated by the study of history? I was born in a twin-city area of North Louisiana, behind the First Baptist Church of one of the twin communities and around the corner from a school where I studied American history under a rare phenomenon, a seventh-grade teacher with a Ph.D. in history. Anders, Sarah Frances 2955
Black Baptist women and the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement, 1956-1963: historians and journalists during and immediately after the Civil Rights Movement emphasized the role of religion in the movement. They showed how the black church and its leaders provided the charisma, finance, inspiration, spiritual nurture, and the foot soldiers that made the movement successful. Fallin, Wilson, Jr. 3135
Chosen by God: women pastors on the frontiers of the seventh day baptist denomination: we sat in the warm July sunshine, taking a break from the afternoon camp activities. Suddenly Courtney swung her body around and looked across the picnic table at me. She had just heard another adult address me. Bancroft, Patricia A. 3522
Introducing Baptists: a new booklet: the Baptist history and heritage society recently released a new booklet titled an introduction to Baptists (24 pages). This is booklet number seven in the Baptist heritage library. Deweese, Charles W. Brief Article 183
Keep your hand on the plow--hold on: black Baptist women in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: as I look about me today in this veiled world of mine, despite the noisier and more spectacular advance of my brothers, I instinctively feel and know that it is the five million women of my race who really count. Smoot, Pamela A. 4536
Perspectives on Church Government. Early, Joe, Jr. Book Review 559
Remember that you were slaves Deuteronomy 5:15, 15:15, 16:12, 24:18, 22: winning sermon in the 2005 Baptist heritage preaching contest: when we celebrate the Fourth of July, we are reminding ourselves as Americans that we have not always been free. Hollaway, Steve 2580
Sallie Rochester Ford: fiction, faith, and femininity: nineteenth-century Baptists offered two general, and different, cultural messages to women within the church regarding social expectations. Traylor, Richard 3451
Susan B. Anthony and Helen Barrett Montgomery: an intergenerational feminist partnership: the name of Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) is synonymous with the struggle for women's suffrage in America. Mobley, Kendal P. 3989
The Formation of the Primitive Baptist Movement. Dain, Michael Book Review 527
The Trophy of Baptists: Words to Celebrate Religious Liberty. Frazier, Larry J. Book Review 445
What were Baptists in America like 200 years ago? One of the best places to go to answer the question is to David Benedict's (1779-1874) fifty years among the Baptists. Shurden, Walter B. 581

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