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TE Ruth (1875–1956) was a successful younger minister in England from 1900 until 1914 before moving to Australia where he became a noted figure in sectarian conflicts between Protestants and Catholics. Between 1910 and 1913, under the pseudonym of Geoffrey Palmer, Ruth published a series of...
The appointment, by an apparently unanimous decision, in December 1857 of a new minister to the Particular Baptist Chapel in the Essex village of Sible Hedingham, was followed within months by an accusation against the new pastor of attempted rape, which split the congregation, led to a forcible...
Baptists in the English-speaking world have made important contributions to the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. There is no single Baptist position on the Holy Spirit; rather a variety of doctrinal approaches. This is illustrated in pastoral treatises, confessional statements, and academic writing....
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