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The Baptist Hymn Book with Music

By: Baptist Hymn Book

Price: £6.75

Publisher: London, Psalms and Hymns Trust: 1967

Seller ID: 015212

Condition: Good


. xii + 988 pages, 884 items. Replacement in the English "Baptist Union" for the earlier "Baptist Church Hymnal". Staff music notation. Protected with clear adhesive film. View more info

The Holy War made by Shaddai upon Diabolus for the Regaining of the Metropolis of the World: Or the Losing and Taking Again of the Town of Mansoul

By: Bunyan, John

Price: £1.75

Publisher: London, Evangelical Press: 1968

Seller ID: 495830

Condition: Average


. 312 pages. Edges foxed. Published jointly with the Sovereign Grace Union View more info

The General Baptist Repository, and Missionary Observer: Vol 9

By: General Baptist Repository

Price: £48.50

Publisher: London, F Hack/G Wightman Etc: 1830

Seller ID: 482114

Condition: Average Minus


. 480 pages, numbers 97 to 108, most of leather spine missing. "Published under the sanction of the Annual Association of the New Connection and the profits devoted to the public institutions supported by that union". View more info

Christian Baptism, the Baptism of Christians: or, Primitive, Apostolic Baptism, the Immersion of Believers in Jesus Christ, into the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost

By: Grant, P W

Price: £40.00

Publisher: Edinburgh, Lorimer & Gillies: 1900

Seller ID: 210177

Condition: Average


. 328 pages; spine faded and with white library numbers; title page inscribed "With the Author's Kind Regards". Library labels of Baptist Union of Scotland. From the preface it seems the author (located at Inveraven Bank, Perth) was a member of a group of which the majority were Paedobaptists and the minority Baptists, and therefore when he became convinced of Baptist views resigned so as not to disturb the harmony and peace of the church. There is a directory record of a Rev Peter W Grant at Inveraven Bank around 1897, yet it seems that a Rev Philip W Grant, previously a Baptist pa... View more info

The Apostle Peter: His Life and Letters

By: Green, Samuel Gosnell

Price: £7.50

Publisher: London, Sunday School Union: 1880

Edition: Third Edition

Seller ID: 422343

Condition: Good


. xi + 178 pages + maps. Samuel Gosnell Green (1822-1905) was a Baptist minister, a school teacher and president at Rawdon College, Leeds, a lecturer at Regent's Park College, author of handbooks on New Testament Greek and Church History, and chariman of the editorial committee of the Baptist Hymnal. View more info

The Office of a Deacon (Advance Series No 8)

By: Jewson, Charles B

Price: £0.75

Publisher: London, Carey Kingsgate Press: 1959

Seller ID: 011246

Condition: Good


. 10 pages. Published for the Baptist Union and the baptist Missionary Society. View more info

Seven Reasons for Joining a Church

By: Meyer, Frederick Brotherton

Price: £0.75

Publisher: London, Baptist Union: 1967

Seller ID: 012059

Condition: Average


. 15 pages, this copy undated. View more info

The Work of Faith, the Labour of Love, and the Patience of Hope, illustrated; in the Life and Death of the Rev Andrew Fuller, Late Pastor of the Baptist Church at Kettering, and Secretary to the Baptist Missionary Society, from its Commencement, in 1792

By: Ryland, John

Price: £80.00

Publisher: London, Button & Son: 1818

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 210288

Condition: Good


. xvi + 385 pages. Recent professional rebind in brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine; paper somewhat discoloured with some foxing / grubbiness/staining. Ex library of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Scarce 19th century edition (2nd edition, with corrections and additions). View more info

The Baptist Reporter, and Missionary Intelligencer: New Series Vol 5 (Vol 22): 1848

By: Winks, Joseph Foulkes (editor)

Price: £24.50

Publisher: London, Simpkin Marshall and Co: 1848

Seller ID: 482126

Condition: Average Minus


. 476 pages, some pages grubby/stained, fold out picture of the new Baptist Chapel at Bloomsbury torn. Foulkes was a General Baptist but aimed for his periodical to cover both General and Particular Baptist churches, including the Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland, which was at this period a Particular Baptist grouping. View more info