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19 – January 19 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

Baptists the Authors of Liberty 1776 – The Virginia Statue of Religious Liberty was passed. The struggle was so intense that it took ten years of lobbying and petitioning the legislature (the Baptists had three representing them at one time). Thomas Jefferson stated that it was the most fiercely contested piece of legislation of his entire political career. There was…

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Fuller Seminary Has Drunk the Toxic Kool-Aid! Dr. Don Boys

Fuller Theological Seminary has drunk the toxic Kool-Aid after first gargling it daily, then sipping it for decades. They have lost the right to be counted among orthodox Christians. They have often refused strict adherence to the Word of God, and of course, there must be room for honest disagreement and tolerance of people; however, we must never show tolerance…

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Wanda Dixon’s Birthday Today – A Tribute by Dr. Greg J. Dixon

As life goes, things never quite work out the way we would like it to be.  If it would, yesterday’s entry of This Day in Baptist History Past should have been today.  It was about the godly wives of Benjamin Keach, the pastor at the Baptist church in Horsleydown, London in 1668.  You can go to The Trumpet on Line…

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Pastors For The Second Amendment: Message from Pastor Aubrey Vaughan

The President made the statement recently that Pastors should encourage gun control. I am a Pastor and I am asking Pastors to encourage the people for less gun control and more support of the Second Amendment to the U. S. Constitution. Jesus told the disciples to buy a sword. While in the garden with Jesus, Peter must have confused his…

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