BAPTISTS IN EARLY NORTH AMERICA WELSH NECK, SOUTH CAROLINA, Contains A Transcription Of The Welsh Neck Church Book From 1759 To 1798, Along With Two Short Works By Rev Edmund Botsford, Pastor Of Welsh Neck From 1782 To 1796 His SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY And ON SLAVERY This Volume Also Includes The Letters Written By Botsford To Rev Richard Furman During Botsford S Years As Pastor At Welsh Neck These Documents Are Accompanied By A History Of The Church From Its Founding In 1737 Until It Moved To Society Hill At The Start Of The Nineteenth Century Welsh Neck Was One Of The Most Influential Regular Or Particular Baptist Congregations In Eighteenth Century South Carolina The Church Book Reveals Much About The Typical Baptist Community, Especially Its Striving For Fellowship And For Moral And Theological Purity The History Of Welsh Neck Also Reveals The Impact Of The American Revolution On Baptist Attitudes Towards Enslaved Africans, Who Were First Admitted To The Church In 1779.
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