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AbstractThe Baptist Historical Society celebrates its centenary in 2008. This record is culled from the minute books. A shorter version of this account appeared in the American Baptist Quarterly in September 2003.
AbstractA fresh look at the 1906 Election sees some parallels with today’s situation and considers the part Christians could or should play in the political life of their country. This was the Baptist Assembly lecture delivered at Brighton in 2006
AbstractThe story of Yakov Chernozubov is based on primary sources, chiefly almost a hundred family letters; such secondary sources as are available have also been used. Covering 1900-43, it is set against the background of political, economic and legal turmoil, including the October Revolution...
AbstractThis account was spotted in The Police Review and Parade Gossip for 28 July 1899 by Paul Dew, a member of Hillingdon Park Baptist Church who works for the Metropolitan Police.
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