Northern Baptist


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Noun1.Northern Baptist - a member of the American Baptist ConventionNorthern Baptist - a member of the American Baptist Convention
American Baptist Convention, Northern Baptist Convention - an association of Northern Baptists
Baptist - follower of Baptistic doctrines
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Judson began as a college in 1913 as the undergraduate arm of Northern Baptist Theological Seminary and was named for Adoniram Judson, the first Protestant missionary sent from North America to preach in Burma.
While the Northern Baptist Convention opted for ecumenical cooperation, initial sentiment for unity in the South during this era ultimately gave way to protecting denominational identity and a decision not to join the Federal Council of Churches (later the National Council of Churches of Christ).
Pictured (left) in the new uniform is Hilary Daley, of Cornfield Avenue, Oakes, a former 60th Huddersfield (Holy Trinity) Brownie Pack member, and Susan Hallett, of Rumbold Road, Edgerton, who displays the old one JS*94242762 | The Rev Dr B Russell, Joint Principal of northern Baptist College, told the Rev Eric Bray (pictured) to do his best to present himself to God "as one approved" when at the induction of Mr Bray to the pastorate of Mirfield Zion Baptist Church, he presented the charge to the new minister JS*94242754 | Anona Winn, the speaker at the Wednesday Club, was no stranger to Huddersfield, for she had visited the town on several previous occasions to address various groups.
But what about the religious world, like the American Baptist Convention (ABC) also known as the Northern Baptist Convention (Valley Forge) which has a member one and a half million that had sent Dr Adonram Judson to evangelise the people of Burma not to mention the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) the world's largest Baptist denomination and the largest Protestant body in the United States, with nearly 16 million plus members.
20) Meredith also understood the creation of the Southern Baptist Convention in 1845 as a split between slaveholders and abolitionists--a drastic misrepresentation of the Northern Baptist Convention, which saw the abolitionist faction leave in 1844.
Rockefeller, a devoted Northern Baptist gave a grant to the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, affiliated with the American Baptist Church "for the purposed of establishing schools that will train ministers and other Christian workers and for the boys in the Philippines.
The service will be conducted by The Rev John Claydon from the Northern Baptist Association and the speaker will be Rev Neal Smith from Nigel's sponsoring church in Ipswich.
Townsley, originally of Massachusetts, receives much-deserved recognition as the first known ordained woman in Northern Baptist Convention life in 1885.
In preparation for Christian ministry I had returned to California to be ordained within the Northern Baptist denomination.
The Stabells met while both were enrolled in the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in Chicago and attended the Norwegian Baptist Church where Clifford's parents had been married.
Their ideas had been formed by Northern Baptist white reformers, male and female, who traveled South to set up schools during Reconstruction.
The libraries of the law firm of Lord, Bissell & Brook and Northern Baptist Seminary are the first independent members to join.

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