Particular Baptist

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Noun1.Particular Baptist - group of Baptist congregations believing the teachings of the French theologian John Calvin who believed in strict predetermination
Baptist denomination - group of Baptist congregations
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One Baptist scholar, Glen Stassen, argued that the theological foundation of the Particular Baptist tradition lay in the work of Menno Simons, a leading sixteenth century Anabaptist leader.
But last year Bolster Moor Baptist Church, that had been known as Sunny Bank Particular Baptist Church until 1968, closed after 124 years.
It is very possible that the cultural influences arising from a specific location can influence a particular Baptist or Pentecostal community, leading to a diversity of grammar within each denomination.
While still a young man Arthur Charlwood left St Nicholas, the ancestral church of his family, and joined the Particular Baptist sect which had proselytized strongly in the area.
And in all of this Clarke claimed to speak as well for Holmes and Crandall and in harmony with the teaching of the London Particular Baptist leadership.
The former Particular Baptist Chapel in Shaw Street is now home to nine individually designed luxurious apartments.
One Particular Baptist leader, one of the patriarchs of the sect, clearly fell into this category.
Developers are planning to reconstruct the Particular Baptist Church in Shaw Lane, Everton, into 10 luxury Gothic apartments.
What attracted her to this particular Baptist church was that it was connected with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches, as was her church in Ohio.
This happened sometime after he had received baptism in one of the local Particular Baptist churches.
The final three chapters deal with the return of Knollys and his family to England, his adoption of Baptist views, and his activity as a Particular Baptist during the Interregnum, Restoration, and Glorious Revolution, until his death in 1691.
Benjamin Keach, who in his early life was a General Baptist, later adopted Particular Baptist tenets and became pastor at the Horselydown church in Southwark, London.