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King's Survey: God and Taxes

In which we see the shifting logic of belief, and evolving notions of common sense

 Hey Emily.

—Hey Mr. K.

You remember what you said the other day when I said the average woman in colonial America spent most of her adult life either pregnant or nursing? 1,406 more words

Jim Cullen

Thomas Dungan (1634-1688)

Thomas DUNGAN was born in London on Feb. 13, 1634 to William DUNGAN and Frances Weston (Latham). William was a perfumer and he and Frances were the parents of two boys and two girls with Thomas the last born. 295 more words

Church History

What is a Baptist?

by Tom Hicks

Many times when people ask the question, “What is a Baptist?,” they’re looking for certain qualities that distinguish Baptists from other denominations. But to look for distinguishing characteristics of Baptists is a question of “Baptist distinctives.” The definition of a “Baptist” includes far more than our distinguishing doctrines and practices. 112 more words

Baptists

John L. Dagg

Biographical Sketch of John L. Dagg

(Adapted from Tom Nettles’ preface to the Sprinkle Publications print edition)

In 1824, J. B. Jeter heard John L. Dagg preach from Romans 1:14. 1,555 more words

Church History

IO Announcement

If you are not much of a reader, or just need a change, here is a video announcement from Dan Hamil speaking from our IO (International Office). 73 more words

Sumac Expand and Explore on "What One Becomes"

“I think being from an area where there was so much open land, and such a deep awareness of the environment also carried over into the music.” 701 more words

Featured Music

Free-for-all Friday: July 1st.

This is my first free-for-all Friday. It’s a collection of content from around the internet that I found uplifting, encouraging, devotional, thought-provoking, or just plain funny. 199 more words

Apologetics