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Baptists and the Indians of North America, 1674-1845. Gardner, Robert G. Essay Jun 22, 2014 3765
Rebirth pangs: conflicting conversion morphologies in Baptist believers' churches. Leonard, Bill J. Essay Jun 22, 2014 8272
The "other" in the Baptist experience. Gourley, Bruce T. Column Jun 22, 2014 972
She-preachers, sisters, and messengers from the Lord: British Baptist women, 1609-1700. Durso, Pamela R. Essay Mar 22, 2014 5343
The women of Fenstanton: respectability and moral agency among seventeenth-century English Baptists. Beck, Rosalie Essay Mar 22, 2014 5602
Assumptions or conclusions: the treatment of early General Baptist doctrinal conflict by selected surveys of Baptist history. Hawkins, Merrill M., Jr. Essay Mar 22, 2014 5230
Baptist anniversaries. Gourley, Bruce T. Column Sep 22, 2013 620
Essays on twentieth-century Baptists. Pitts, Bill Editorial Sep 22, 2013 646
Baptist theology since 1950. Humphreys, Fisher Essay Sep 22, 2013 8996
The founding four churches: an overview of Baptist beginnings in Montgomery County, Alabama: the year was 1923, and Baptists of Alabama were in a celebratory mood. Burton, Gary P. Mar 22, 2012 4271
The education demanded by the people of the United States: Francis Wayland and the future of American higher education. Creed, J. Bradley Essay Jun 22, 2011 6053
Baptist centers: influences and education. Rivers, Loretta Essay Jun 22, 2011 4750
The significance of local Baptist Church history: the 200th anniversary of the First Baptist Church of Huntsville, Alabama. Gourley, Bruce Essay Jun 22, 2009 3716
The contributions of First Baptist Church, Huntsville, Alabama, to its city, state, and beyond. Hull, David W. Essay Jun 22, 2009 4365
"In respect of Christ, the Church bee one": the new Baptist covenant for a new century. Allen, William Loyd Report Mar 22, 2009 4328
Telling Baptist stories: 400 years later. Durso, Pamela R. Editorial Jan 1, 2009 676
Early English Baptists. Gourley, Bruce T. Jan 1, 2009 554
John Smyth's request for Mennonite recognition and admission: four newly translated letters, 1610-1612: under the leadership of John Smyth and Thomas Helwys, the people who would become the first Baptists met Dutch Mennonites in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, at the beginning of the Dutch Golden Age. Timmer, Kirsten T. Essay Jan 1, 2009 4478
Arguing regenerate church membership: Baptist identity during its first decade, 1610-1620: non-Baptists seeking membership in a Baptist church frequently inquire as to why Baptists insist that they be rebaptized. Pitts, Bill Essay Jan 1, 2009 7837
Baptists and the First Amendment: an historical overview. Weaver, C. Douglas Jun 22, 2008 7322
The metaphor of the wall of separation: Baptists and the First Amendment. Underwood, William D. Jun 22, 2008 6563
A rock and a hard place: Seventh Day Baptists, religious liberty, Sabbath-keeping, and civil authority. Kersten, Nicholas I. Jun 22, 2008 3806
W. A. Criswell: the wall of separation of church and state and politics. Early, Joe, Jr. Jun 22, 2008 2362
One mission, different voices: overseas missions of the convention of Philippine Baptist churches. Romarate-Knipel, Carla Gay A. Mar 22, 2006 5034
A history of the Korean immigrant Baptist church movement in the United States: the growth of ethnic minority churches related to the Southern Baptist convention (SBC) is exploding. Chang, Chul Tim Jan 1, 2005 2443
The Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church: the Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church (PFWBC) may be compared to a young olive tree in a grove of older trees. Butts, Elvin Jan 1, 2005 4051
Fellowship in the gospel: Scottish Baptists and their relationships with other Baptist churches, 1900 to 1945: Scottish Baptists began the twentieth century in good heart after sustained growth in numbers of both members and churches following the formation of the Baptist Union of Scotland (BUS) in 1869 (1). Talbot, Brian Jan 1, 2005 3303
Maritime Baptist union and the power of regionalism. Goodwin, Daniel C. Mar 22, 2004 11621
Traditional Baptists and Calvinism: if we are not Calvinists, what shall we call ourselves? Arminians does not describe us accurately, and many Baptists think Arminians are people from Armenia. Non-Calvinistic Baptists is negative. Humphreys, Fisher Mar 22, 2004 1626
Baptists and "Calvinism": discerning the shape of the question: Baptists and "Calvinism" is an important topic. Much is at stake, if for no other reason than it concerns yet another fault line through Christ's people, sadly divided in their endeavor to be faithful. Thompson, Philip E. Mar 22, 2004 6665
Publishing local-church history: many people have shaped my life for fifty-nine years--parents, grandparents, siblings, wife, daughters, friends, professors, and colleagues at work. But if I am honest with myself, I have to admit that local churches probably have influenced me as much or more than anyone or anything else. Deweese, Charles W. Mar 22, 2004 552
The influence of Calvinism on seventeenth-century English Baptists: theological labels need to be treated with care, for they are not, and cannot be, representative of fixed systems, totally resistant to reinterpretation according to changing context, be this temporal, geographical, or political. Briggs, John Mar 22, 2004 7575
The influence of Calvinism on colonial Baptists: an ongoing argument emerging in the past decades of Baptist life revolves around the theological origins of early Baptists generally, specifically in America, and the role that Calvinist theology played in Baptist development. Williams, Michael E., Sr. Mar 22, 2004 5507
The frontier of free exchange of ideas: the Baptist Congress as a forum for Baptist concerns, 1881-1913. Brackney, William H. Jun 22, 2003 7008
Frontier in Baptist ethics history: a panel. Stricklin, David Jun 22, 2003 7970
The American Baptist Publication Society chapel cars on the western frontier of faith. Taylor, Norman Thomas Jun 22, 2003 5126
Baptist women on the frontier: a panel. McKown, Portia Sikes Jun 22, 2003 5210
Baptist approaches to spirituality: Baptists have approached spirituality much as they have approached virtually every other concept or practice-with a great deal of diversity. Hinson, E. Glenn Mar 22, 2002 9552
F. B. Meyer: Baptist Ambassador for Keswick holiness spirituality: F. B. Meyer (1847-1929) was one of the most prominent English Baptist minister of his period. Randall, Ian M. Biography Mar 22, 2002 5888
Baptists in Florida during World War II (1). Rathel, Mark Jun 22, 2001 2131
Baptists in Arizona during World War II. Kent, Nelda Jun 22, 2001 1538
Patterns of Canadian Baptist life in the twentieth century: Baptists in Canada met in the summer of 1900 in Winnipeg to organize an all-Canada Union. Wilson, Robert S. Jan 1, 2001 12734
U. S. Baptists and modernity: great dissenters, lousy conformists: Baptists had been in North America for only five or six years before it was deemed necessary to pass a law against them. Gaustad, Edwin S. Jan 1, 2001 4234
Union of Evangelical Christians-Baptists of Estonia, 1945-1989: survival techniques, outreach efforts, search for identity: Baptists are alive and well in Estonia--in spite of decades filled with attempts to destroy them. Pilli, Toivo Jan 1, 2001 8749
Baptist developments in the Nordic Countries during the twentieth century: in the Nordic Countries, Baptists have had an uphill struggle against the dominant Lutheranism. Eidberg, Peder A. Jan 1, 2001 6016
Another way of being a Christian in France: a century of Baptist implantation: France is the largest country of Western Europe. Its cultural influence is very ancient and still strong today, in spite of the fact that, since the beginning of the twentieth century, English has gradually replaced French as the language of the world's cultural elite. Fath, Sebastien Jan 1, 2001 8009
Baptist theological education in Africa, particularly in South Africa: this article will identify some of the central historical and contemporary factors that are having an impact on Baptist theological education in Africa and, specifically, on South Africa. Kretzschmar, Louise Jan 1, 2001 8062
Japanese Baptists' compromise with nationalism in 1941: the historical ancestors of Japanese Baptists were the defenders of religious liberty. However, prewar Japanese Baptists blindly followed other Protestant groups in surrendering themselves to the state. Kanamaru, Eiko Jan 1, 2001 6492
Pilgrims through the years: the bicentennial of First Baptist Church, Savannah, Georgia: an overview. Shriver, George H. Jun 22, 2000 6450 (News Notes). Brief Article Mar 22, 2000 117

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