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Griffin's History


HISTORY


OF THE

PRIMITIVE BAPTISTS


OF

MISSISSIPPI,


FROM THE

FIRST SETTLEMENT BY THE AMERICANS.

UP TO THE MIDDLE OF THE XlXth

CENTURY;

CONTAINING A BRIEF ALLUSION TO THE COURSE, DOC—
TRINES, AND PRACTICE OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
FROM JERUSALEM TO AMERICA; ALSO, THE DOCTRINE
AND PRACTICE OF MODERN MISSIONARIES, FROM THE
DAYS OF ANDREW FULLER, AND A BRIEF NOTICE OF
D. BENEDICT'S LATE HISTORY OF THE BAPTISTS; CON—
CLUDED WITH AN ADDRESS TO THE GENERAL READER.

BY BENJAMIN GRIFFIN,

OF HOLMES COUNTY, MISS.

JACKSON, MISS,

PUBLISHED FOR THE AUTHOR BY BARKSDALE

AND JONES

1853
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Griffin's History: Chapter 1-History of the Church up to the Reformation
Griffin's History: Chapter 2-The European Baptists
Griffin's History: Chapter 3-Doctrine of the Church
Griffin's History: Chapter 4-Andrew Fuller on the Atonement
Griffin's History: Chapter 5-Modern Missions
Griffin's History: Chapter 6-The Hindos
Griffin's History: Chapter 7-Africa
Griffin's History: Chapter 8-West Indies
Griffin's History: Chapter 9-Polynesia
Griffin's History: Chapter 10-America
Griffin's History: Chapter 11-Strong Place Church, Brooklyn
Griffin's History: Chapter 12-Baptists in Mississippi
Griffin's History: Chapter 13-The Missippi Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 14-The Pearl River Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 15-The Union Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 16-The Yallobusha Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 17-The Primitive Baptist Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 18-The Lusascoona Regular Baptist Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 19-The Tallhatchie Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 20-The Noxubee Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 21-The Bethany Association
Griffin's History: Chapter 22-Benedict's History
Griffin's History: Chapter 23-Concluding Remarks
 
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