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AbstractThe Evangelical Awakening led to renewed interest in associationalism among Baptists. The Lancashire and Yorkshire Baptist Association and the later Lancashire and Cheshire Association illustrate the extent to which authority, if any, was exercised over local churches as well as the...
AbstractThe paper discusses conversations in 2004-6 between representatives in Scotland of Baptist churches and some evangelical churches with roots in the Open Brethren. The context is presented first through an analysis of the contemporary state of Baptists and the Open Brethren in Scotland....
AbstractThe sad story of a flawed evangelical and of dissension in a Baptist church
AbstractDr Matthews’ article about the impact of the First World War on Welsh Baptists challenges us to see what can be found in our churches’ records. Lists of names on war memorials (1914-18 and 1939-45) brought together in one place would help family historians, but what else is there? We...
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