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History of the Baptist young people"s union of America

by John Wesley Conley

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Published by The Griffith & Rowland press in Philadelphia, Boston [etc.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Wesley Conley.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX6205.B34 C7
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p.
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6558801M
LC Control Number13015548
OCLC/WorldCa3972623

b. Baptist Young Peoples’ Union, GBC Pamphlet Collection and Microfiche: BYPU of Georgia. Proceedings, Atlanta: Foote and Davies, [MU] Pamphlet Collection (GBC): Baptist Young Peoples’ Union of Georgia Convention, , , , Pamphlet Collection (GBC) and Microfiche: Souvenir Program of the Twenty-. Baptistic synonyms, Baptistic pronunciation, Baptistic translation, English dictionary definition of Baptistic. (10) Lindsell's understanding of Southern Baptist history led him to believe that there was a general theological consensus regarding what was and was not "baptistic," in his parlance. Baptist Young Peoples Union; Baptist.

Online Sunday School Lessons Click here for lessons. Our online Sunday school lessons will end on Sunday, We hope you enjoyed them! The Baptist Young People's Union of America was organized in Its headquarters were at first located in Chicago. Its work is now operated in connection with the American Baptist Publication Society at Philadelphia and is doing much to develop the young Baptists in .

The Northwest Baptist Federal Credit Union has granted loans in excess of $15,, and has assets of nearly $5,, Reverend Dr. Samuel B. McKinney retired on Ap and the church approved the appointment of Reverend Dr. Samuel Pinkston, Pastor Emeritus of the Antioch Baptist Church in San Jose, California, to serve as Interim. Office of the President Dr. Samuel C. Tolbert, Jr. 2nd Avenue Lake Charles, LA Email: [email protected] Phone: Fax:


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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Conley, John Wesley, History of the Baptist young people's union of America. Philadelphia: The Griffith & Rowland Press, []. Full text of "History of the Baptist young people's union of America" See other formats.

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