Transactions of the Baptist Historical Society Available for Free Download

Many years ago, when I was a very poor Ph.D. student, I spent a term working at the Angus Library, Regent’s Park College, Oxford. With very limited resources, I purchased several [...]

On the Immutability of God

From the Baptist Magazine, 1810. On the Immutability of God “The Father of lights, with whom there is no variableness neither shadow of a turning” James i, 17. The heathen used to denominate the [...]

Trinitarian and Unitarian

This short article appeared in the Baptist Magazine, 1810.  Trinitarian and Unitarian There is a manifest opposition between these terms. If they be properly applied, this opposition is as real [...]

On the Mercy of God

From the October and November 1810 issues of the Baptist Magazine October article: On the Mercy of God. The Lord is merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy. Psalm ciii, 8 If [...]

On the Goodness of God

On the Goodness of God O taste and see that the Lord is good. Ps. xxxiv, 8. Though divine grace is the certain prelude of eternal felicity, it does not insure our escape from the troubles of the [...]

On the Headings of Association Letters

This interesting piece was published in the 1832 issue of the Baptist Magazine, page 187 ff. It addresses the question of the importance of an open declaration of the essential beliefs we hold. [...]

Address to the Baptists

Address to the Baptists To the Editor of the Baptist Magazine. Published in 1809   Sir, As a real friend to the Baptist Denomination will you allow me to avail myself of the opportunity your [...]

On the Veracity and Faithfulness of God

“On the Veracity and Faithfulness of God” is taken from the August 1810 issue of the Baptist Magazine, page 422 ff. Despite some antique language, this wonderful statement of orthodox theology [...]

On the Holiness of God

“On the Holiness of God” is taken from the July 1810 issue of the Baptist Magazine, page 383. Though the language is somewhat antique, this wonderful statement of orthodox theology from an early [...]

The Christian Apologist

From the Baptist Magazine, 1810 The Christian Apologist That the Christian is not called to a human tribunal in the present day on account of his attachment to Christ should excite his gratitude [...]

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