Some great sites for your education and enjoyment.1
“These were more noble… in that they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so. Therefore many of them believed…”Acts 17:11–12
- Primitive Baptist Websites
- Other Websites
- Baptist History
- Book Distributors
- Notable Particular/Primitive Baptists
- Our Favorite Hymnals
Particular/Primitive Baptist2 Websites
- Baptist Bible Hour
- Old School Baptist
- Mount Zion Primitive Baptist Church (lots of free downloadable resources)
- Benjamin Keach Journal
- Harmony Hill Singing School
- Harmony Plains Singing School
- White Unto Harvest – A Primitive Baptist outreach in the Philippines
- History of the Primitive Baptist Church from Apostolic Times until its Establishment in America
- John Gill’s Exposition of the Old and New Testaments– An 18th century British Particular Baptist’s (forefather of the Primitive Baptists) verse by verse commentary on the whole Bible
- The Particular Baptist Library
- The Baptist Standard Bearer– Great book store and many free online resources.
- Sovereign Redeemer Books– A large amount of historic Particular Baptist works.
- Supralapsarian– Great amount of historic Particular Baptist works.
- Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum – A Creationist Website and Museum
- Welsh Tract Publications
- Headcoverings: The Foundation, by William Einwechter
- Philpot Forum- J.C. Philpot
- Petty France– Ressourcing Baptistic Congregationalist and Particular Baptist History (from a Reformed Baptist perspective)
- Primitive Baptist links page with some additional Baptist links.
- The Trail of Blood
- Minutes of the Philadelphia Baptist Association, 1707-1807
- A History of the Baptists, by Thomas Armitage (also available for download here)
- Hassell’s History of the Church of God
- Fifty Years Among the Baptists, by David Benedict
- A Welsh Succession of Primitive Baptist Faith and Practice, by Elder Michael N. Ivey
- Calvary Independent Baptist Church – Baptist Books and Articles
- John T. Christian, “Did They Dip?” 1896
- Henry D’Anvers, Treatise of Baptism, 1675
- Sovereign Grace Baptist Library
- G. H. Orchard, Concise History of the Baptists, 1855/1973
- S. H. Ford, Origin of the Baptists, 1860.
- Octavius Winslow writings
- The Primitive Baptists of Texas History Database
- Baptist Church Perpetuity, by W.A. Jarrel
- Hopewell Cemetery, Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church, Winnsboro, TX
- Baptist Standard Bearer
- Sovereign Redeemer Books
- Gospel Mission Christian Books
- Solid Ground Books
- Particular Baptist Press
Notable Particular/Primitive Baptists2
- John Bunyan
- Benjamin Keach Links from the Benjamin Keach Journal and The Digital Puritan
- William Kiffin
- Hanserd Knollys
- Benjamin Coxe
- Nehemiah Coxe. See his most excellent Book on Covenants (foundational to Baptist Covenant Theology as found in our Confession of Faith)
- Benjamin Beddome
- John Rippon
- John Spilsbury
- Samuel Richardson
- Vavasor Powell
- John Brine. Great work on Eternal Justification (great book on Justification, Faith, Righteousness, Original Sin, and more)
- John Gill
- Elder Gilbert Beebe (Primitive Baptist)
- Elder Samuel Trott (Primitive Baptist)
- Elder James Poole (Primitive Baptist)
- Elder W.J. Berry (Primitive Baptist)
- Elder E.J. Lambert (Primitive Baptist)- Former Pastor of Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church. Read his book Tried in the Furnace.
- Elder Joe Hamrick (Primitive Baptist)- Former Pastor of Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church. Former editor of Signs of the Times, the Oldest Primitive Baptist Periodical in America.
- Elder C.M. Haygood (Primitive Baptist)
- Many of the works of the Particular Baptists above can be found here.
- For additional modern Primitive Baptists see the Primitive Baptist Church Websites above.
Our Favorite Hymnals
- The Primitive Hymns, by Benjamin Lloyd. First published in 1841 (download here). (Purchase here.)
- Primitive Baptist Hymn Book- For All Lovers of Sacred Son, by D.H. Goble (download here) (buy here)
- Old School Hymnal (new version)
(1) Note: We have provided some great links to sites that we feel can be beneficial to the soul; however, we encourage everyone to go forth with a discerning mind– test all things against the Scriptures. While there are a great number of local churches and individuals (with websites)(listed above) that we can find some common ground, or appreciate some of the material they provide online, Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church may not agree in totality with everything of their doctrine, faith & order, and/or content. Inclusion of a web link on our website in no way implies in any way a ‘blanket’ endorsement of all that the website/author has written or the material that they provide.
(2) Note: Prior to the meeting that produced the Black Rock Address, Primitive Baptists were known as Particular Baptists. Primitive Baptists (who are the true Particular Baptists) are not Reformed Baptists. We may have some commonalities with Reformed Baptists, but we would not agree with them on everything. True Particular Baptists/ Primitive Baptists are not “Reformed”, “Protestant”, or “Calvinistic” as their doctrine predates the Reformation and Calvin. Baptists are not children of the Reformation (see Baptist History links above).