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Introduction

"Controversies of the Early Baptists of Virginia"
By Robert Boyle C. Howell, 1857

The Crawford H. Toy Controversy, 1879
By Robert A. Baker

Old Landmarkism
There are several essays.

The Issue of Slavery Emancipation
in Early Kentucky Baptist Churches - 1807

By William Dudley Nowlin, 1922

Thoughts on Missions, 1820
by John Taylor
Kentucky Frontier Baptist Preacher

The Missions / Anti-Missions Controversy
in the Miami Baptist Association (OH)

By G. W. Lasher, 1898

The Missions and Anti-Missions Controversy
in Kentucky Baptists from 1832 to 1842

By Willam Dudley Nowlin, 1922

Circular Letter, 1846
Lebanon Baptist Association, Virginia
A Missions / Anti-missions Controversy

The Division between Elkhorn and Licking Associations (KY)
By Basil Manly, Jr., 1878

Campellism and Baptist Controversies
There are several essays.

The William Whitsitt Controversy
on Baptist Baptism

There are several essays.

The Bible Translation Controversy
About Baptism in the 1830s


The Presbyterians and Infant Baptism
From the Western Baptist Review
Via The Tennessee Baptist newspaper, 1849

Robert Lewis Dabney on "Immersion as Baptism"

What was the "Fruit of the Vine" Which Jesus Gave
His Disciples at the Institution of the Supper?

by Alvah Hovey, 1887

Should Women Speak in Mixed Public Assemblies?
By John A. Broadus, D.D., L.L. D.
1880

Does Baptism Admit To Membership In a Gospel Church?
By Samuel H. Ford, 1899

Essays On Roger Williams
There are two essays questioning
whether Williams was a Baptist.

A Defence of the Doctrines of Grace
in a Series of Letters To Judge [Henry] Davidge,
in Reply to that Gentleman's Publication
Addressed to the "Advocates of a Partial Gospel."

By Archibald Cameron, Minister of the Gospel, 1816


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