No Armor for the Back: Baptist Prison Writings, 1600s-1700s
Many early Baptists who were imprisoned in England and in the American colonies did not remain silent, for they continued to write letters, poems, and books. No Armor for the Back: Baptist Prison Writings, 1600s ? 1700s recounts the story of several Baptists who refused to yield to political and ecclesiastical pressures to conform.
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