committed to historic Baptist & Reformed beliefs

 

 

BAPTIST AND

CONGREGATIONAL

PIONEERS

 

 

BY

J. H. SHAKESPEARE, M.A.

 

 

LONDON NATIONAL COUNCIL OF EVANGELICAL FREE

CHURCHES. THOMAS LAW, MEMORIAL HALL, E.C.

______

THE KINGSGATE PRE8S, KINGSWAY, W.C.

MCMVI.

 

 

TO

THE REV. WILLIAM GOODMAN, B.A.

WHO, THROUGHOUT A LONG LIFE, HAS

EXEMPLIFIED THE BEST TRADITIONS

OF FREE CHURCHISM

 

 

CONTENTS

 

PREFACE

I.

THE ENGLAND OF THE SEPARATISTS

II.

ROBERT BROWNE

(i) The Making of a Congregationalist.
(ii) Apostleship and Apostasy.

IIII.

BARROW AND GREENWOOD

(i) Prisoners of Jesus Christ.
(ii) Martyrdom.

IV.

JOHN PENRY AND THE MARTIN MARPRELATE CONTROVERSY

V.

FRANCIS JOHNSON AND AINSWORTH.  THE ANCIENT CHURCH IN EXILE

VI.

JOHN SMYTH, THE SE-BAPTIST

VII.

JOHN ROBINSON.  THE PILGRIM CHURCH

VIII.

HENRY JACOB.  THE MOTHER CHURCH

 
 
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