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March 2016
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‘I will yet for this be inquired of’ (Ezekiel 36:37).

Britain was involved in a number of conflicts around the world that divided opinion at home. There was widespread concern over the extraction of confessions and information by torture. Europe was pursuing huge trade agreements with China, at unprecedented levels. London was the focus of government attempts to improve security, due to varied threats.…

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A cloud of witnesses

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November 2002
Articles > Historical

A cloud of witnesses

John Sutcliff (1752-1814)  Part III Three years after John Sutcliff’s sermon at Clipston, Northamptonshire, which we looked at in last month’s article, the London Baptist minister John Rippon (1751-1836) printed a list of Calvinistic Baptist congregations and ministers in his Baptist Annual Register. Rippon calculated that there were at that time 326 churches in…

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A cloud of witnesses

Historical

September 2002
Articles > Historical

A cloud of witnesses

Among the Calvinistic Baptists of the late eighteenth century, one of the most important figures is also one of the least known — John Sutcliff (1752-1814), the pastor of the Baptist church in Olney, Buckinghamshire, for thirty-nine years. Sutcliff was an extremely close friend of Andrew Fuller (1754-1815) and William Carey (1761-1834) and was…

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A cloud of witnesses

Historical

January 1970
Articles > Historical

A cloud of witnesses

John Sutcliff (1752-1814) - Part 2 Last month we introduced John Sutcliff, pastor of the Olney Baptist Church, Buckinghamshire. In the 1780s, Sutcliff became increasingly involved in the affairs of the Northamptonshire Association of Baptist Churches, to which his church belonged. He drew up the circular letter that the association sent annually to its…

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