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We believe: Learning and living our Unitarian Universalist principles

by Ann Fields (Editor), Joan Goodwin (Editor)

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By Grace Baptist Assembly
This publication comprises two historic documents which were approved by the strict Baptist Assembly - the 1966 Baptist Affirmation of Faith and the Assembly’s Guide for church Fellowship.
Grace Baptist Assembly, which has succeeded the earlier Assembly, commends these documents to the churches, with the hope that they will contribute to the grounding of the churches in the faith and will stimulate continuing reformation of life.
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