When the Times on the Thames Were A-Changin’: part 2

In Part 1 of our short history series on the events surrounding the writing of the 1689, we learned about the creation of the Church of England. In the next lecture, James M. Renihan recounts the development of the first Particular Baptists in England:

Opposition and Explanation

Note the key phrase “Jacob/Lathrop/Jessey” Church. (I would advise against saying that 5 times fast, or a Pentecostal might search out an interpreter for your tongues-speaking.) Also in this lecture we learn the origins of modern-day Polar Bear Swims.

Photo from flickr.com by Christine Zenino

Descendants of Particular Baptists?

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