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Whether John Smyth and the General Baptists emerged out of the Anabaptist or English Separatist movement remains a subject of debate. One understudied point in this debate is Smyth’s developing thought on the subject of Original Sin. Careful study of Smyth’s writings reveals that he adhered to a...
Arthur Mee, Baptist editor of The Children’s Encyclopaedia (CE), offers CE readers a ‘territorial spirituality’ for ‘scenery pilgrims’ between the wars. Devotee of English countryside, acculturated to believe that ‘life’s a journey’, Mee encourages young travellers to tread this ‘enchanted land’...
This paper examines the role of Wang Juntang, a prominent figure in the Baptist church in Shandong province before, during, and after World War Two. Discussion of his role exemplifies some of the relationships between the Baptist missionaries and their Chinese colleagues. It also illustrates how...
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