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The coverage of John Briggs’s The English Baptists of the Nineteenth Century (1994) allows us to examine many of the aspects of Baptist life as they had come to be understood nearly thirty years ago. Since then culture has come to the fore as a subject for historical study. At the summer...
An exploration, with particular reference to one Yorkshire chapel and families associated with it, of Baptists’ need for buildings to fit their worship, fellowship, and polity. The first section introduces theme, builders, architects, benefactors, noting James Cubitt and Thomas Harwood Pattison,...
Initially drawn to this subject because Culross wrote a nineteenth-century biography on John Ryland Jr. (1753–1825) who was the subject of my PhD, I encountered letters held at Bristol Baptist College noting the friendship between James Culross and C.H. Spurgeon and others during the Downgrade...
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