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AbstractThe Baptist Historical Society’s Annual Lecture for 2007 first expounds and examines a formative early statement of this Baptist conviction. The affirmation is then examined in the context of the London bombings and related contemporary issues. Religious liberty is an immense topic, with...
AbstractPolish Anabaptism was a vibrant and lively movement in the Poland-Lithuanian Commonwealth of the 16th century. The first two to three decades of the movement should not be confused with the Socinianism of the 17th century into which it later flowed. Early Polish Anabaptism represented a...
AbstractThe influence of lay people and of families is often neglected when studying Christian history. An eighteenth-century Baptist family, the Hollises, had a considerable influence which repays study today.
AbstractThis completes the article which appeared in the April issue, Baptist Quarterly 42, pages 103-113. Unfortunately the sub-editor did not realize that the text which came by email at the last minute was incomplete. We apologize for this and can only add the concluding pages here.
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