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November 16, 2013


Phil Laver

Since a lot of the early Baptist growth came about through organic and persecuted environments, a lot of the congregations seem to be quite transient. I immediately thought of New Park Street congregation which had both Keach (1668) and Spurgeon (1854) ministering to them. But none of their buildings have lasted I don't think.

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