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Unsurprisingly given his schooling in Elizabethan Puritanism, John Smyth’s early works show that he held to standard Calvinistic positions on election, reprobation, and original sin. By 1610 he had clearly repudiated these positions. This essay explores when and why he changed his mind. Textual...
‘Practices’ as method have surged in popularity amongst theologians and ethicists. Despite the criticism raised by their ability to ‘go wrong,’ practices as method illuminates the intrinsic connection between local faith communities and doctrinal theology. This article explores practices...
The Baptist Missionary Society’s participation in home mission efforts from 1792 to 1810 sheds light on an often overlooked segment of the BMS’s history. In 1795, the BMS began to conduct home mission with the desire to inspire additional domestic efforts. To achieve this goal, the BMS sponsored...
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