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Baptist historiography has generally assumed that the church at Bell’s Alley, London, led by Thomas Lambe, was a continuation of the first Baptist church, which returned to England from Amsterdam under the leadership of Thomas Helwys and was later led by John Murton. No evidence was adduced for...
John Chilembwe (ca. 1871–1915) is best known for his part in a brief uprising in 1915 against oppression by colonial authorities and white settlers in what was then Nyasaland – now Malawi. This article covers that episode, but gives attention in particular to Chilembwe’s Christian nurture and...
Studies of a rising middle class in the nineteenth century have suggested that economic success was often accompanied by political influence, and a growing sense of social respectability. Tracing the business interests of one family from a grocer’s shop in the Cotswolds in the late eighteenth...
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