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The article traces the impact of the itinerant ministry of the Bedfordshire Anglican clergyman, John Berridge, on six Cambridgeshire villages, leading to the eventual establishment of Baptist churches in those communities. The process by which typical cottage meetings for new converts determined...
This article re-tells the story of the origins of ministerial formation in Bristol Baptist College, and seeks to highlight what has become popularly known as the ‘Bristol tradition’. Special attention is given to some of the European Baptists who came to Bristol to study.
Two documents relating to John Tyler Ryland (1786–1841) have recently emerged that provide an interesting gloss to the exhaustive historical research on Ryland provided by Roger Hayden (Baptist Quarterly 46.3 , 120–27). An 1801 letter by a youthful Ryland to the prominent London Baptist...
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