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AbstractHeather J Coleman, Russian Baptists and Spiritual Revolution, 1905-1929, University of Illinois Press, $45, 305pp, 2005
AbstractThis aricle explores the tensions created for Baptists of central and western Canada as they faced a massive immigration of non-Anglo-Saxon peoples. It occurred within the context of the struggle to construct a Christian Canada and seemed to cast in doubt the possibility of this dream.
AbstractThe first part of this paper told the story of one family closely involved in the life and leadership of the mother church of Scotch Baptists. Here the social development of the Anderson family leads in to an analysis of the class make-up of the church..
AbstractEdward Barber was probably the first man in England to advocate believers’ baptism by immersion. A prominent writer and speaker on religion and politics over the next decade, he also appears to have played a central role in bringing General Baptist churches into association with each...
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