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A Noble Company - Volume 2

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A Noble Company - Volume 2

Biographical Essays on Notable Particular-Regular Baptists in America

Edited by Terry Wolever

Volume Two

Volume Two of this series continues to bring back to remembrance the lives of still more early Baptist worthies, again arranged in chronological order by their dates of birth.  Learn more about these sturdy Baptist pioneers in America, and you’ll come away with a greater appreciation of their gospel witness and contribution to our great heritage of religious freedom in this country.  The subjects covered in this volume are:

John Russell Sr. (? - 1676) & John Russell Jr. (1640 - 1680) by Terry Wolever

William Turner ( ?  - 1676) by Terry Wolever

John Watts (1661-1702) by Terry Wolever

Jenkin Jones (c.1686-1760) by Thomas Ray

Benjamin Griffith (1688-1768) by Terry Wolever

Rachel Scammon (1689-1761) by Terry Wolever

Elisha Callender (1692-1738) by Jim Carnes and Terry Wolever

Thomas Green (1699-1773) by Don Moffitt

Isaac Chanler (1701-1749)  by Richard Belcher

John Comer (1704-1734) by J. Ramsey Michaels

John Callender (1706-1748) by Robert E. Johnson

Daniel Marshall (1706-1784) by Thomas Ray

Robert Kelsay (1711-1789) by Terry Wolever

Abel Morgan, Jr. (1713-1785) by Gerald L. Priest

Benjamin Miller (1715?-1781) by Samuel K. Tullock

Antipedobaptists on Long Island: the influence of Lady Deborah Moody by Terry Wolever

John Hart (1713?-1779), of Hopewell, N.J.:  Signer of the Declaration of Independence and friend to the Baptists by Samuel K. Tullock

Hardbound in grade B Navy cloth vellum.  Illustrated with several unique portraits and including a full Index of Persons, Subjects, and Churches.  581 pages.



A review we received:


I currently work in the Fuller Seminary Library . . .Several years back, as I was engaging in doctoral coursework, I consulted the chapters on Ellis, Elisha and John Callender (Vols. 1-2) and they aroused in me a deeper interest in the topic, leading to my dissertation. All that to say, this series has been invaluable for students of Baptist history, in that the different chapters definitely whet the appetite for those interested in deeper study. 


--Jeffrey A. Waldrop, Ph.D.