“The Baptists of the sixteenth century, generally, were a godly, upright, honourable race. They hated no man. But all men hated them. And why? Because they testified against the abominations of the times, and wished to accomplish changes which would indeed have revolutionized society, because it was constructed on anti-Christian principles, but which were in accordance with the Word of God.”
J.M. Cramp, Baptist History, p. 129.
I was happy to find this volume of Dr. Cramp’s 1868 work on Baptist History. Cramp was born in England (1796) but spent almost all of his ministry in Nova Scotia, Canada. Originally published by Elliot Stock, Paternoster Row, London, this volume is a …