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The terminology ‘Particular Baptist’ has been employed by early and contemporary writers to denominate English Calvinistic Baptists since Thomas Crosby's published history in 1738–40. However, upon closer scrutiny of original manuscripts, the terminology ‘Particular Baptists’ did not come into...
J. C. Carlile (1861-1941) was an English Baptist Minister, author and journalist. While at Spurgeon's Pastor's College he commenced his ministry in London dockland and actively participated in the 1889 London dockstrike. He was elected a member of the London School Board for the Borough of...
In 1939, Whitley wrote a paper in the Baptist Quarterly which began ‘Paul Hobson came to the surface for a score of years, then vanished in the odour of unsanctity’. 1 This damning overview results from the fact that in 1665 two women at Devonshire Square Church, were disciplined for wanton...
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