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A Noble Company - Volume 12

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A Noble Company

Biographical Essays on Notable

Particular-Regular Baptists in America

The Canadians

Volume 12

Edited by Michael A. G. Haykin and Terry Wolever



Volume 12 contains essays on twenty remarkable Canadian men and women from the 19th and 20th centuries. 630 pages. Illustrated with more rare portraits and other pictures. Three extensive indexes - Persons, Subjects and Churches. Bound in Navy cloth vellum with gold stamping. This completes our 12-volume Noble Company series. 

The essays contained in this volume are:

1.  Edward Manning (1766-1851) by André Gazal

2.  Theodore S. Harding (1773-1855) by André Gazal

3.  Alexander Stewart (1774-1840) by Stephen Bedard

4.  John Gilmour (1792-1869) by Rylan Auger

5.  John M. Cramp (1796-1881) by Robert S. Wilson

6.  Henriette Feller (1800-1868) by Stéphane Gagné

7.  William Fraser (1801-1883) by Michael A. G. Haykin

8.  John Bates (1805-1875) by J. R. C. Perkin

9.  William McMaster (1811-1887) by Peter Beck

10. Robert A. Fyfe (1816-1878) by J. Stephen Yuille

11. Alexander Mackenzie (1822-1892) by Patrick Kennedy

12. John H. Castle (1830-1890) by Michael A. H. Haykin

13. John McLaurin (1839-1912) by Patrick Kennedy

14. Benjamin D. Thomas (1843-1917) by Michael A. G. Haykin

15. Thomas T. Shields, Jr. (1873-1955) by Jeff Straub

16. James B. Rowell (1888-1973) by Aaron Dunlop

17. John R. Boyd (1909-1994) by Douglas J. Holcomb

18. Arnold A. Dallimore (1911-1998) by Ian Hugh Clary

19. Stuart E. Murray (1919-1985) by Taylor Murray

20. William E. Payne (1938-1997) by Roger Fellows 

There are 3 appendixes:

Appendix A: Account by Isaac Case of his missionary journey into Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, December 1807 to March 1808

Appendix B: Confession of Toronto Baptist College, 1880

Appendix C: Adoniram and Ann Judson's relation of their change of views on baptism, published in The Canadian Baptist





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    Canadian Baptist Influence

    Posted by Gary Freel on 30th Nov 2019

    Very few of these names are recognized today. I do remember learning of T.T. Shields in seminary days, from his influence here in North America in the Baptist Bible Union and Des Moines University. After the two collapsed in the late 1920's we didn't hear much in class about him. So glad to learn more of him and other godly Canadian leaders in the Baptist tradition!