Last month, I wrote a blog for the Acadia Centre for Baptist and Anabaptist Studies (ACBAS) website on research on Baptists in Canada published since the middle of the twentieth century. As I explain in my post, dated historiographical essays are one of my favourite sub-genres (same goes for articles that predict the future ofContinue reading “Revisiting Themes For Research In Canadian Baptist History”
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A Reflection on Maritime Baptists and the “Spanish Influenza”
With COVID-19, these are unquestionably strange times—but they are not without some historical precedent.