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Author: Isaac Backus,David Weston
ISBN: 1579789196
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Pages 604 pages
Publisher The Baptist Standard Bearer; 2 edition (March 20, 2001)
Language English
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by Isaac Backus,David Weston


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A History of New England with Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists. Isaac Backus, Puritan and Baptist: His Place in History, His Thought, and Their Implications for Modern Baptist Theology. Newton, Massachusetts: Backus Historical Society. Backus, Isaac (1871). A History of New England with Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists. The Diary of Isaac Backus. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1983.

Dimensions: . 0 X . 2 (inches) Weight: 1 pound 15 ounces ISBN: 1579789196 ISBN-13: 9781579789190 Series: Baptist History Stock No: WW789190.

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Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists. Isaac Backus, David Weston

History of New England Baptists, Volume 2: With Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists. Isaac Backus, David Weston. The Baptist Standard Bearer, In. 2001 - 604 pages. Results 1-5 of 6. Page 111 Sorry, this page's content is restricted. Page 167 Sorry, this page's content is restricted. History of New England Baptists, Volume 2: With Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists Volume 2 of A History of New England With Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Call Baptists Volume 4 of Baptist History.

By (author) Isaac Backus, By (author) David Weston. Other books in this series. A History of the Baptists - Vol. 1. Thomas Armitage. The Story of the Baptists in All Ages and Countries.

Isaac Backus’ history of religious development in New England offers a valuable window into early America . Subjects: Baptists New England; New England Church history; Baptists. Resource ID: LLS:HSTNWNBPTSTS201.

Isaac Backus’ history of religious development in New England offers a valuable window into early America and the rise of religious traditions, particularly the Baptists. Resource Type: Monograph.

Items related to A History of New England, 2 Volumes: With Particular. Previously published by Backus Historical Society, 1871. Home Backus, Isaac A History of New England, 2 Volumes: With Particular Reference. A History of New England, 2 Volumes: With Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists. ISBN 10: 1597527084, ISBN 13: 9781597527088.

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book by David Weston. History of New England Baptists : With Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists. by Isaac Backus and David Weston. Publisher:Baptist Standard Bearer, Incorporated.

History of New-England by Isaac Backus, 1777, Printed by Edward . Title and imprint vary: v. 2, A church history of New-England. With a particular history of the Baptist churches in the five states of New-England. Printed by Manning & Loring.

History of New-England by Isaac Backus, 1777, Printed by Edward Draper, at his printing-office in Newbury-Street, and sold by Phillip Freeman, in Union-Street. Vol. II. Extending from 1690, to 1784. Including a concise view of the American war, and of the conduct of the Baptists therein, with the present state of their churches. Providence: Printed by John Carter, and sold by Philip Freeman, in Union-Street, Boston. v. 3, A church history of New-England.