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AbstractThe circumstances that lead to the foundation of the BWA, the initial meetings and some of the issues boldly explored at the first two congresses are examined in this paper.
AbstractThis article explores the involvement of British women in the BWA from 1905 to 1923 and highlights the way J.H. Shakespeare encouraged the ministry of women.
AbstractDeep though the division was which separated strict-communion Baptist churches from those practising open communion, there were several occasions on which eloquent and respected strict-communion ministers deliberately left Strict Baptist pulpits to pastor open-communion Baptist Union...
AbstractPeter Shepherd, The making of a northern Baptist college, Manchester: Northern Baptist College, 2004. pp.xvi + 298. £24-95 from Northern Baptist College, Luther King House, Brighton Grove, Rusholme, Manchester M14 5JP
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