The Baptist Heritage
Broadman Press, 1987 - 850 pagina's
The Baptist Heritage: Four Century of Baptist Witness H. Leon McBeth's 'The Baptist heritage' is a definitive, fresh interpretation of Baptist history. Based on primary source research, the book combines the best features of chronological and topical history to bring alive the story of Baptists around the world.
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A manifesto appeared in 1654 on behalf of "many of the Messengers, Elders, and
Brethren, belonging to severall of the Baptized Churches in this nation." They met
in London "to consider how and which way the affairs of the Gospell of Christ, ...
Though in 1845 Baptists proclaimed themselves still brethren, those brethren
increasingly lived in different worlds, faced different issues, and developed
different approaches which made Northern and Southern Baptists, if still brethren,
Probably the most serious doctrinal problem facing New Zealand Baptists came
from the Plymouth Brethren, a group formed in England in the 1830s.123 Led by
Anthony N. Groves and John Nelson Darby, the Plymouth Brethren developed ...
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LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - CurrerBell - LibraryThing
As someone who grew up Catholic and is today a member of a union congregation (PCUSA and United Church of Christ), I found this book of great interest in a subject that I know next to nothing about ... Volledige review lezen
LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - mgeorge2755 - LibraryThing
Very thorough look at the history of the Baptist belief. There is no sense to believe something without knowing where it came from. McBeth does an excellent job tracing the exact origin of Baptists which is found in the very Word of God, the Bible. Volledige review lezen
The Seventeenth Century
The Rise of General Baptists
The Rise of Particular Baptists
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