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GEORGIA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION CIRCULAR LETTERS



Religious Declension
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By Silas Mercer, 1795

Be Not Conformed to This World
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By James Matthews, Sr., 1798

Prayer
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By Sanders Walker, 1800

The Present State of Religion Amongst our Churches
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
by Jesse Mercer, 1801

Brotherly Love
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By James Matthews, Sr., 1804

An Exhortation
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By Abraham Marshall, 1804

Error has Made Partial Ravages in our Zion
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By W. D. Lane, 1805

Gospel Discipline
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By Jesse Mercer, 1806

The Sad Declension of Religion in Your Settlements
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By Rev. Mr. Flournoy, 1807

The Official Duty of a Deacon
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By Rev. T. Rhodes, 1808

"This is the Lord's Doing and is Marvellous in our Eyes"
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By Wm. Rabun, 1809

Valid and Invalid Baptism
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By Jesse Mercer, 1811

A Summary of Privileges and Duties
Circular Letter of Georgia Association of Baptist Churches
By Rev. E. Shackelford, 1814

On Conformity to the World
Circular Letter of The Georgia Association of Baptist Churches
Rev. James Armstrong, 1815

The Causes of Decline in Religion
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Convention
By W. T. Brantley, 1822

The Duties of the Deacon's Office
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By J. Lumpkin

Scriptures that Support our Constitution
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By A Committe, 1828

Christian Communion
Circular Letter of Georgia Baptist Association
By B. M. Sanders, 1829

The Meaning and Manner of Ordination
Circular Letter of Georgia Association of Baptist Churches
By Jesse Mercer, 1830

The Importance of a More Elevated Standard of Christian Morality
Circular Letter of Georgia Association of Baptist Churches
By Jesse Mercer, 1831

Circular Letter of the Georgia Baptist Association
Subjects of A Practical Nature
By Jesse Mercer, 1832
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[From Jesse Mercer, A History of the Georgia Baptist Association, 1838; and other sources. Scanned and formatted by Jim Duvall.]


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