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Elder John H. Fisher of Graham, Texas, was born 1860 in Texas. At the age of fifteen he realized a sweet joy in hearing the words, "Trust in the Lord," spoken in his heart and mind. At the time he could not call it a hope but found comfort in it later. When about nineteen years of age he united with the Missionary or New School Baptists, attended one of their seminaries and began preaching for them. But after a few years he left them and united with the Primitive or Old School Baptists in Kentucky. He pastored several churches in the western part of Texas but spent most of his time serving the Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church, near Graham, Texas.

Elder Fisher wrote the books, "My Reasons for Leaving the Missionary Baptists.", and "A Treatise on the Book of Revelation," and numerous scriptural articles and pamphlets. He founded the religious periodical, "The Primitive Baptist Review" which was later changed to "The Banner of Peace."

Elder Fisher left a large supply of wonderful articles defending the truths of the Holy Scriptures. Please return as these works come online.

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Comments on Revelation, Vol 1-Preface
Comments on Revelation, Vol 1-Chapter 1
Comments on Revelation, Vol 1-Chapter 2
Comments on Revelation, Vol 1-Chapter 3
Comments on Revelation, Vol 1-Chapter 4
Comments on Revelation, Vol 1-Chapter 5
Comments on Revelation, Vol 1-Chapter 6
Comments on Revelation, Vol 1-Chapter 7
Comments on Revelation, Vol 2-Preface
Comments on Revelation, Vol 2-Chapter 1
Comments on Revelation, Vol 2-Chapter 2
Comments on Revelation, Vol 2-Chapter 3
Comments on Revelation, Vol 2-Chapter 4
One Fold and One Shepherd
Minutes of the Fort Worth Council
Predestination
My Reasons For Leaving The New School Baptists
True Spirit
Doctrine And Service
Departed Ministers
 
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The Primitive or Old School Baptists cling to the doctrines and practices held by Baptist Churches throughout America at the close of the Revolutionary War. This site is dedicated to providing access to our rich heritage, with both historic and contemporary writings.