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AbstractSome years ago a group of French Baptists began to form an archive and to research their history. As often elsewhere, although overall numbers were small, there were several disparate Baptist groupings to complicate the story. A young scholar, both historian and sociologist, Sébastien...
AbstractThe influence of the Welsh Revival of 1905 reached out far beyond the Principality. This paper looks at the impact of Spurgeon’s College and the Metropolitan Tabernacle through the six Welsh students at the College.
AbstractThis completes the paper, based on the E.A. Payne Memorial Prize Essay 2005, showing how a period of apparent still life for Estonian Baptists allowed them to develop internal fellowship and find the beginnings of new confidence.
AbstractThis paper looks at the life and work of William Charteris, a Baptist minister, and one of the first to become a Free Church military chaplain.
AbstractLocal knowledge suggests some different identifications
AbstractModern technology makes it easy to find the 630 entries in the new DNB that mention a Baptist connection.
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