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A Noble Company, Volume 5


Editor: Terry Wolever
Pages: 595 pages

A Noble Company, Volume 5, Biographical Essays on Notable Particular-Regular Baptists in America . The twenty figures covered in this fifth volume knew much of what the English Puritan George Swinnock referred to as a God-given “heaven in the heart,” or godly experience. It was their prime motivation to live out their days in consecration to the Lord, accomplish their work and when the appointed time came, was a faith they could die by. R. C. Sproul, Sr. said that there is no such thing as an “untimely death.” If we understand Ecclesiastes 3:2 and Hebrews 9:27 correctly, then he is right. The Scriptures also remind us that there is “a time to be born,” and “a time to every purpose under the heaven.” It becomes us, as it did these fathers and mothers in the faith, to serve the Lord with gladness, and our own generation well. We serve each of these best by our faithfulness to His Word … The subjects in this volume are: Benjamin Foster (1750-1798), George Liele (c.1750-1828), John Pitman (1751-1832), William Rogers (1751-1824), Ambrose Dudley (c.1752-1825), John Patton (1752-1839), Lewis Lunsford (1753-1793), Thomas Ustick (1753-1803), Peter Wilson (1753-1824), Thomas Baldwin (1753-1825), Burgiss Allison (1753-1827), Hannah Gardner Rogers (1754-1793), Caleb Blood (1754-1814), John Stanford (1754-1834), Richard Furman (1755-1825), Elizabeth H. Furman (1755-1787), Dorothea M. Furman (1773-1819), Justus Hull (1755-1833), Andrew C. Marshall (1755-1856), and David Irish (1757-1815). Illustrated. Three extensive indexes - Persons, Subjects and Churches.

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