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Thomas Tillam was a fascinating Christian Evangelist who lived through the exceptionally disruptive period of the seventeenth century. Whilst a leader at Hexham Baptist Church in 1651–1655, he kept a church record and transcribed thirty-one letters pertaining to the church’s affairs. These have...
English Baptists regarded the Sunday School as an agency for producing a flow of committed members into the local church through the instruction of children. The twentieth century began with well-established patterns of instruction. This article examines the contribution of Baptists, throughout...
This article surveys the history of the Angus Library and Archives at Regent's Park College, Oxford, from its foundation to the present day, setting it within four historical periods. The article includes the history of notable accessions of books and manuscripts to the Angus, its character, its...
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