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This paper argues that Ernest Payne was a forerunner of those who are associated with the term ‘Catholic Baptists.’ Following a definition by Steven Harmon, I demonstrate how Payne’s work fulfils the seven identifying marks and makes the case for an additional eighth mark evident in Payne’s...
Women played an integral, but understated and often unrecognised, part in Baptist missions such as Jamaica during the early nineteenth century. Yet they are largely absent from extant correspondence, only sparsely mentioned in mission journals and the writings of male missionaries. This paper,...
The First World War was a catalyst for the beginning of incredible social change within British Society and within its Empire. Part of that Empire included the British West Indies and the British West Indies Regiment (BWIR) was formed to promote British War aims during the First World War. West...
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