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 This is a searchable PDF document containing the thoughts and writings of several Virginia Baptist leaders on the distinctives which they understood as what it meant to be Baptist. Although not an exhaustive study, these persons were among the interpreters of the ideas which characterized Baptists in Virginia.

From the introduction, "It is not the purpose of this booklet to "rattle skeletons," but to inform and educate and in so doing to increase the level of understanding of what it means to be Baptist."

This resource has been valuable to many groups in the past and is now being offered as a FREE RESOURCE to help you on your journey.

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This resource introduces the reader to some excellent examples of early Virginia Baptist preachers. Expounding the Word of God is a cornerstone for Baptists and these were some of the best.

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Although there is no image for this resource, it is packed with helpful information on doing historical dramas in your worship setting. This resource was created for Baptist Heritage Day in 1987 but the information is as relevant today as it was then.

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