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Articles from Baptist History and Heritage (January 1, 2006)

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A Genetic History of Baptist Thought. Leonard, Bill J. Book review 559
Angelina B. Buensuceso: harbinger of Baptist ordination of women in the Philippines: in 1934, a seventeen-year-old student named Angelina Belluga enrolled in the Baptist Missionary Training School (BMTS) in Iloilo City on Panay Island in the Philippines. Romarate-Knipel, Carla Gay A. 3791
Baptist Women around the World: the Baptist History and Heritage Society voted to dedicate the 2005 annual meeting to the topic "Women in Baptist History" and to issue an open call for papers. Durso, Pamela R. 501
Canadian Baptist mission work among women in Andhra, India, 1874-1924: Baptist women evolved a role for themselves in an otherwise male-dominated mission enterprise and a patriarchal Telugu society. Elisha, James 4835
English Baptist women under persecution (1660-1688): a study of social conformity and dissent: the Baptist denomination in England experienced tremendous growth during the seventeenth century despite much opposition (1). Timmer, Kirsten Thea 4885
Jewell Legett and the social curriculum: the education of a Southern Baptist woman missionary at the WMU Training School, 1908-1909: Jewell Legett was twenty-four years old in 1908 when she traveled from her home in Port Lavaca, Texas, to enter the Woman's Missionary Union Training School (WMUTS) at Louisville, Kentucky. Scales, T. Laine 5190
Rebecca Anna Phillips: question of authority and gender among Primitive Baptists: Primitive Baptists in the nineteenth century took New Testament scriptures on the role of women as a mandate for women to be silent during worship. Mullen, Jana Mayfield 3577
Society releases illustrated history of Baptists; proudly, the Baptist History and Heritage Society has just released its first major history of Baptists. The Story of Baptists in the United States is a 224-page, illustrated, and indexed work. The co-authors are Pamela Durso, BH&HS associate director, and Keith Durso, copy editor and writer. Deweese, Charles W. 213
The Baptist light: free and fragile: in March 1993 the "Storm of the Century" inundated the Deep South. In a region where a dozen or so snowflakes in mid-air can lead to massive school closings, an inch has been known to bring all movement to a grinding halt. Gourley, Bruce 674
The quiet revolutionary: Amelia Morton Bishop: following is the story of a simple Texas housewife, mother, sometime denominational worker (especially in the Woman's Missionary Union-WMU), church volunteer, school teacher, university professor, and free-lance writer. (1) That woman, Amelia Morton Bishop, now lives in Austin, Texas. To our way of thinking, she is a quiet revolutionary. Kent, Dan Gentry Biography 3890
The role of women and women's issues in the Baptist World Alliance: in 2005, the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) celebrated the centennial anniversary of its inaugural meeting. Bryant, Scott E. 3953
The story of Asenath Brewster: pioneer in urban missions and mentor of Southern Baptist Leaders: by the time Asenath Brewster was thirty-two years old in 1911, she had taken a leading role in sending her denomination's first missionaries abroad and in forming its women's missionary organization. Smith, Peter Biography 4097
Women hymn writers and hymn tune composers in the Baptist Hymnal, 1991. Reynolds, William J. 1572
Women in cultural captivity: British Women and the Zenana mission: in a little pamphlet outlining the work of two British Baptist women, Marianne Lewis and Elizabeth Sale: Pioneers of Missionary Work Among women, (1) Ernest Payne remarked that 1792 was a key year for two publications. Smith, Karen E. 5023

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