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What Constitutes A Sermon?
By T. T. Eaton, 1886
7.31.19

A List of Early Baptist Churches from
Compendium of Baptist History

By J. A. Shackelford, 1892
7.29.19

Dr. B. H. Carroll of Texas
The Home Field Magazine, 1915
7.26.19

How Some Baptist Ministers
Were Persecuted in Virginia
By Lewis P. Little, 1938
7.23.19

John Tanner Jailed for
Preaching in Virginia

7.22.19

Lewis Craig's Conversion
By John Taylor
7.22.19

Patrick Henry’s Defense of the Baptists
From The Home Field Magazine, 1916
7.18.19

Gleanings from The Baptist newspaper
By James Robinson Graves
From The Berea Baptist Banner
7.17.19

Christ’s Real body Not in the Eucharist
By John Wyclif [Wickliff] (1324-1384)
7.16.19

The Great Testimony to John Wickliff
by the University of Oxford

A Treatise of Baptism
By Henry Danvers, 1674
7.15.19

In Memory of W. H. Dawson
Long-time Kentucky Baptist Pastor
The Baptist Argus, 1908
7.13.19

Is the Gospel Needed in Mexico?
Our Home Field Newspaper, 1901
7.12.19

The Signs of the Times
William B. Riley, D.D., Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Home Field Magazine, 1914
7.12.19

Goshen Baptist Association (KY)
From The Baptist Argus, 1902
7.11.19

Music in Our Country Churches
Rev. Thomas Browne, 1902
7.11.19

Meeting of Oklahoma Indian Baptist Association
Missionary Harry Bock
Pawnee, Oklahoma
The Home Field Journal, 1913
7.8.19

Must the Church Itself Go?
[An Essay Contra Ecumenism]
Jesse B. Thomas, D.D.
Baptist Minister and Professor
From The Home Field Journal, 1913
7.8.19

How David Benedict Came to Write His Baptist History
From the Preface of the 1813 edition
7.6.19

Spanish Priest Becomes Baptist Missionary, 1913
Superintendent C. D. Daniel, of Texas-Mexican Missions
7.6.19

Ten Indian Leaders Meet in Kansas City
The Baptist Argus, 1905
7.5.19

Degrees of Punishment in Hell
By Thomas Theodore Martin (1862-1939)
7.5.19

The Conversion of Saul
By Isaac Massey Haldeman
S.S. Lesson @ FBC, NYC, 1916
7.3.19

For Whom Did Christ Die?
By Ron Crisp, 2019
7.1.19


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