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July Is A Calvinistic Month

Discussion in 'Baptist History' started by Rippon, Jul 10, 2006.

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  1. Rippon

    Rippon Well-Known Member
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    Dec 12, 2005
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    Actually all months are . But it is now the 7th moon and I will focus on some notable Calvinists who were born or who died at this time of the year . About half are Baptists but the others deserve their due . Perhaps others on the BB can fill in the gaps with those I missed . I will tell you that I ( no notable ) share my birthday with the deathday of Evans and Twisse .

    1) John Bradford -- burned in 1555

    1) William Huntington died in 1813 ( Romaine was a mentor )

    6) Jan Huss was burned in 1415

    7) John Calvin was born

    7) James Boice was born in 1938

    15) Arthur W. Pink died in 1952

    17) Isaac Watts was born in 1674

    18) Heinrich Bullinger was born in 1504

    18) Zacharias Ursinus was born in 1534

    19) Christmas Evans died in 1838

    19) William Twisse died in 1646

    21) Howell Harris died in 1773

    24) John Newton was born in 1725

    24) John C. Ryland died in 1792

    26) William Romaine died in 1795

    28) John Gresham Machen was born in 1881

    29) Herman Bavinck died in 1921
  2. rsr

    rsr <b> 7,000 posts club</b>

    Dec 11, 2001
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    I find your description of the list as being half Baptist to be an exaggeration and wonder why it would be proper for the Baptist history forum. Therefore, please start a similar thread in the theology forum if you wish to pursue it.

    You may, of course, start a thread on any of the Baptists on the list here or add them to the standing profiles thread.

    Thank you.
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