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'Seditious sectaryes' : the Baptist conventiclers of Oxford, 1641-1691 by Larry Joseph Kreitzer
At the Pure Fountain of Thy Word: Andrew Fuller as an Apologist (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Michael A. G. Haykin
Baptist Identities: International Studies from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Centuries (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Ian M. Randall
Baptist Sacramentalism (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Anthony R. Cross
Calvinism, Communion and the Baptists: A Study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the Late 1600s to the Early 1800s (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Peter Naylor
Counter-Cultural Communities: Baptistic Life in Twentieth-Century Europe (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Ian M. Randall
Marianne Farningham: A Plain Woman Worker (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Linda Wilson
More Than a Symbol: The British Baptist Recovery of Baptismal Sacramentalism (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Stanley K. Fowler
Offering Christ to the World (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Peter J. Morden
On Being the Church: Revisioning Baptist Identity (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Brian Haymes
Recycling the past or researching history? : studies in Baptist historiography and myths by Philip E. Thompson
The Search for a Common Identity: The Origins of the Baptist Union of Scotland 1800-1870 (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Brian R. Talbot
Towards Baptist Catholicity: Essays on Tradition and the Baptist Vision (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Steven R. Harmon
Tracks and Traces: Baptist Identity in Church and Theology (Studies in Baptist History and Thought) by Paul S. Fiddes

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