Excerpt from Progress of Baptist Principles in the Last Hundred Years
If, in a single line of the following pages, there should appear to the reader the slightest unkind allu sion to any other denomination or individual, the writer would at once say that nothing has been further from his intentions or his feelings. For his Christian breth ren of different denominations he has ever cherished the most fraternal regard, and wishes increasingly to pro mote every thing that may tend to cultivate and strengthen this sentiment. But he is persuaded that this is not to be done by diminishing denominational attachments, or the closeness Of Church ties - not by an increase of laxity, but of love.
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