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  1. says:

    I have recently posted on the particularbaptistcom library site ‘The Story of the English Baptists’ by John C Carlile The book can be found at the following link I own the 1905 edition which was printed as a hardcover by James Clarke Co in London England My copy is uite aged and is in uite poor condition The version I have placed online is of course in pristine condition and will undoubtedly stay that wayThere are a number of illustrations and photographs in the book – all of which can be found in the online versionThe book provides something of an introduction to both the General and Particular Baptists and as such is probably a useful book in that it whets the appetite to research deeper into the history of Baptists in England – which in my case is especially true of the Particular Baptists of whom I am oneThere are some very interesting and useful chapters in the book though the treatments of some of the ‘big’ names in Particular Baptist history are uite brief – as I say something of an introduction Perhaps an overview may be a better way to describe the book I don’t think everyone will necessarily agree with all of the conclusions and statements made by the author of the book For example there is something definitely hinky about his comments regarding possible unification of General and Particular Baptists I’m not sure that he really grasps the significance of the differences between the two campsOut of 5 I’d probably give the book a generous 3 I think the book has merit but is yet disappointing


  2. says:

    This book covers an interesting subject but can be very dry and dull in places The first half of the book is full of stories of hardship and persecution as well as how the Baptist church developed in England which I did find fun to read about The second half suffers however with pages and pages being dedicated to long dead and forgotten preachers who were undoubtedly important in their day but speak little to the modern readerInformative but not easy to read