Concerning the Beliefs of Baptists – John Ryland

John Ryland [1753–1825].
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John Ryland [1753–1825] was a Baptist minister in Bristol and the founder of the Baptist Missionary Society, of which he served as secretary between 1815 until his death. In this pamphlet he outlines the distinctive beliefs of Baptists. This historic document is held in the library of Spurgeon’s College in London and is in the public domain.

John Ryland [1753-1825], A Candid Statement of the Reasons Which Induce the Baptists to Differ in Opinion and Practice from so Many of Their Christian Brethren. London: W. Sutton, 1814. Pbk. pp.104. [Click here to visit the download page for this pamphlet]

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Candid Statement
  • Notes
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