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" 5. To afford an opportunity, to those who may conscientiously think it their duty, to form a fund for the education of pious young men who may be called by the Spirit and their churches to the Christian ministry. 6. To correspond with bodies of other... "
American Baptist Register, for 1852 - Page 50
edited by - 1853 - 496 pages
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Contributions to American Educational History, Volumes 5-7

Herbert Baxter Adams - Education - 1889
...life."" One of the objects of the Georgia Baptist Convention, 1 as set forth iu its constitution, was " to afford an opportunity to those, who may conscientiously...spirit and their churches to the Christian ministry." From 1826 to 1832 several beneficiaries were adopted by the Convention, and no less than eight received...
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Education in Georgia

Charles Edgeworth Jones - Education - 1889 - 154 pages
...life." 6 One of the objects of the Georgia Baptist Convention, 7 as set forth in its constitution, was " to afford an opportunity to those, who may conscientiously...spirit and their churches to the Christian ministry." Prom 1826 to 1832 several beneficiaries were adopted by the Convention, and no less than eight received...
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A History of the Baptist Churches in the United States

Albert Henry Newman - Religion - 1894 - 513 pages
...uniformity of sentiment and discipline. 4. To aid in giving effect to the useful plans of the Association. 5. To afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously...and useful education in the Baptist denomination." An eloquent statement, penned, no doubt, by the zealous and accomplished Hrantly, was sent forth to...
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A Gazetteer of the State of Georgia

Adiel Sherwood - Reference - 2009 - 344 pages
...a Convention, the objects of which are to promote the cause of Christ by Missions, and " to afibrd an opportunity to those who may conscientiously think...spirit and their churches to the Christian ministry." Its funds in hand are about $2,000. In 1828, Mr. Penfield, of Savannah, left the Convention $2,500,...
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The Baptist Encyclopedia -

William Cathcart - Religion - 2001 - 496 pages
...objects of th« Georgia Baptist ('(invention, when organised, as set forth in ita constitution, was " to afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously...spirit and their churches to the Christian ministry." From 1826 to 1832 several beneficiaries were adopted by the Convention, and no less than eight received...
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The Baptist Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of the Doctrines, Ordinances, Usages ...

William Cathcart - Religion - 2001 - 508 pages
...the State and elsewhere 3. To aid in giving effect to useful plans of tḥ several Associations. 4. To afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously...fund for the education of pious young men, who may tie called by the Spirit and their churches to the Christian ministry. 5. And to promote pious, useful...
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History of the Baptist Denomination in Georgia, Volume 1

Samuel Boykin - Religion - 2001 - 296 pages
...uniformity of sentiment and discipline. 4. To aid in giving effect to the useful plans of the Association. 5. To afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously...and useful education in the Baptist denomination. "II. It shall have power to form rules, make arrangements and appoint committees for the accomplishment...
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Memoirs of Elder Jesse Mercer

Charles D. Mallary, Gregory A. Wills - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 455 pages
...the state and elsewhere. 3. To aid in giving effect to useful plans of the several Associations. 4. To afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously...Spirit, and their churches, to the Christian ministry. 5. To correspond with bodies of other religious denominations, on topics of general interest to the...
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A Piety Above the Common Standard

Anthony L. Chute - Religion - 2005 - 238 pages
...uniformity and sentiment and discipline. 4. To aid in giving effect to the useful plans of the Association. 5. To afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously...and useful education in the Baptist denomination. 8 Faires, 1884) 197-98. 'Sarepta Baptist Association, Minutes, 1821. The constituency of the convention...
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Adiel Sherwood: Baptist Antebellum Pioneer in Georgia

Jarrett Burch - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 270 pages
...constituted the new general association defined six objects in its foundation. The fifth object stated, "To afford an opportunity to those who may conscientiously think it their duty to form a fund for the MERCER UNIVERSITY education of pious young men who may be called by the Spirit and their churches to...
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