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AbstractPURPOSE: To discover how the lives of a small Baptist Church and its individual members were influenced by royal, governmental and denominational events and decisions through more than three centuries from the English Civil War to the 1993 Charities Act.
AbstractIn England and The Netherlands many early Baptists saw their theology and ecclesiology as a logical consequence of their Calvinism. The desire for a visible church led them to the vision for a Believers’ Church and from there to believers’ baptism.
AbstractThe earliest generation of Baptists, known today as General Baptists, manifested an ‘engaged piety’, shown in the Christian’s inward personal engagement with God in salvation and outward engagement with the church and the world.
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