committed to historic Baptist & Reformed beliefs

 

a history of the baptists

By Thomas Armitage

THE AMERICAN BAPTISTS

I. The Colonial Period—Pilgrims and Puritans
II. Banishment of Roger Williams
III. Settlement of Rhode Island
IV. The Providence and Newport Churches
V. Chauncey—Knollys—Miles and the Swansea Church
VI. The Boston Baptists
VII. New Centers of Baptist Influence—South Carolina—Maine—Pennsylvania—New Jersey
VIII. The Baptists of Virginia
IX. Baptists of Connecticut and New York
X. The Baptists of North Carolina, Maryland, New Hampshire, Vermont and Georgia
XI. Baptists and the Revolutionary War
XII. The American Baptists and Constitutional Liberty
XIII. Foreign Missions—Asia and Europe
XIV. Other Baptist Missions—Foreign and Home
XV. Preachers—Educators—Authors
XVI. Theological Seminaries—Literature—Revivals
XVII. Bible Translation and Bible Societies
XVIII. Baptists in British America and Australia

 
 
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