|Statement||by Benjamin Griffin.|
|LC Classifications||BX6384.M7 G8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||262 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||01026943|
Of primitive faith and order: a history of the Mississippi Primitive Baptist Church, / By: Cotton, Gordon A., Published: () A history of the Primitive Baptists: in the western districts of Tennessee & Kentucky, including the Western district association to the division in & the Obion association from its constitution in up to / By: Edgar, Lewis M., b. Published: (). History of the Primitive Baptists of Mississippi: from the first settlement by the Americans up to the middle of the XIXth century / By: Griffin, Benjamin. Published: () Proceedings of the Friendship Meeting of the Primitive Baptist Faith and Order of the state of Mississippi. A history of the Primitive Baptists of Mississippi: from the first settlement by the Americans, up to the middle of the XIXth century / (Jackson, Miss.: Published for the author by Barksdale and Jones, ), by Benjamin Griffen (page images at HathiTrust) The pilgrimage of a stranger. Primitive,orOldSchoolBaptists,meanthesame—beingdifferentappella- tions,appliedatdifferentperiods and localities, tothe same people. With these remarks,the history isleft toexplain and speak for itself.
By , as the Mississippi Baptist Convention joined the newly created Southern Baptist Convention, the state’s Primitive Baptists steadfastly refused to fellowship with the “modernists,” choosing instead to retain a loose bond among several associations and independent : Brad Noel. The name “Primitive” was first used in the early ’s when a major division came in the Baptist family. One group advocated a general atonement (i.e., that Christ died for all) with salvation by the work of Christ, but also taught that the belief of the gospel by the sinner was necessary to make Christ's work effectual to the individual. The Making of the Primitive Baptists: A Cultural and Intellectual History of the Antimission Movement, This study describes the creation of the Primitive Baptist movement and discusses the main outlines of their thought. Several of his children were Primitive Baptists and severalof his descendants were and are Primitive Baptists. _____ ELDER JOHN W. PETERS FROM PRIMITIVE BAPTIST YEARBOOK: Elder Peters wasborn in Missouri on March 8, He lived in .
A History of the Primitive Baptists of Mississippi. From the First Settlement by the Americans, Up to the Middle of the XIXth Century and a brief notice of D. Benedict's late history of the Baptists; concluded with an address to the general reader. we shall feel with additional force, the great propriety of cleaving to that Book, which. HISTORY OF THE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH INCLUDING MANY OTHER ECCLESIASTICAL ITEMS OF IMPORTANCE, TOGETHER WITH SOME OBSERVATIONS THEREON AND CONCLUSIONS DEDUCTED, ETC. By Elder W. S. Craig "Ecclesiastical history must ever prove an interesting subject to every true lover of Zion." - Size: KB. The Primitive Baptists first became an identifiable group after meetings in Black Rock, Maryland, in , in which they expressed concerns about extra-biblical groups like tract societies, Sunday schools, cooperative missions programs, and theological training schools. A History of the Primitive Baptists of Mississippi. From the First Settlement by the Americans, Up to the Middle of the XIXth Century. Including a brief allusion to the course, doctrines, and practice of the Christian church from Jerusalem to America; also, the doctrine and practice of modern missionaries, from the days of Andrew Fuller, and a brief notice of D. Benedict's late history of the.