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AN OUTLINE

OF

BAPTIST HISTORY

A SPLENDID REFERENCE
WORK FOR BUSY WORKERS

A RECORD OF THE STRUGGLES
AND TRIUMPHS OF BAPTIST PIONEERS AND
BUILDERS

By

N. H. PIUS, D. D.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD
1911

 

CONTENTS

? Preface 

? CHAPTER I.

? The First Churches and the Relation of Baptists to them

? CHAPTER II.

? The Departure From the Faith? The Various Bodies That Kept Baptist Principles Alive

? CHAPTER III.

? English Baptists? Their Origin, Persecution and Progress

? CHAPTER IV.

? Baptists in America

? CHAPTER V.

? The Cause of Division, Benevolent and Educational Institutions, "Irregular Baptists" 

? CHAPTER VI.

? The Beginning of Negro Baptist History? General Conditions Under Slavery

? CHAPTER VII.

? The Beginning of Negro Baptist History? Organization

? CHAPTER VIII.

? The National Baptist Convention: Its Purpose and Work

? CHAPTER IX.

? The Character and Growth of Negro Baptists

? CHAPTER X.

? National Baptist Convention Auxiliaries 

? CHAPTER XI.

? World's Great Religious Organizations? Negro Baptists' Connection with Them

? CHAPTER XII.

? The Fallen Heroes

? Southern Baptists and the Negro? M. M. Welch

?

The Work of the American Baptist Publication Society Among the Colored People Rev. S. N. Vass, D. D. 

?

The Work of the American Baptist Home Mission Society for the Negroes of the United States? Rev. H. L. Morehouse, D. D.

?

First Annual Report of Historian [very large file]

 


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