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Of Free Justification By Wilson Thompson
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Elder Wilson Thompson (1788 - 1866)was a native of Hillsborough, Ky. He was regarded as one of the ablest Primitive Baptist ministers that ever lived in the United States. He was of an old... More > Bap­tist family, of English, Welsh, Scotch, Irish and German descent. Although a controversial writer - his Triumphs of Truth being the most controversial, this article dealing with the question of Justification by Faith alone, by the blood and righteousness of Christ alone sets forth true Scripture doctrine of the Christian's standing in the Lord Jesus Christ.< Less
Brethren Thinking By Michael Hari
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This is a collection of historical, devotional, and doctrinal essays written from an Old Order Anabaptist perspective. It covers topics such as the head covering, non-resistance, community of goods,... More > hymnody, meeting, the ban, foot washing, missionaries, outreach, hunting and fishing, and usury.< Less
Brethren Thinking By Michael Hari
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This is a collection of historical, devotional, and doctrinal essays from an Old Order Anabaptist perspective. Topics include non-resistance, the ban, head covering, hymnody, outreach and missions,... More > progressivism, and community of goods. Also available in paperback, search the lulu website under Brethren Thinking.< Less
Fountain Creek By Michael Hari
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This is the orginal 2006 essay on communal simple living that launched the Tres Hermanos community effort.
The Keesling Cemetery By Diane Michael Brown
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The Keesling Cemetery, located in Fall Creek Township, Henry County, Indiana, is the family cemetery of Jacob Kisling and his wife Catharine Sheffer. The Keesling Cemetery was started in 1845 with... More > the death of their son, William Jasper Kisling, 22 years old. Oral tradition tells us that William was killed by a fall from a horse on 13 Apr 1845. He was returning from a trip to Mechanicsburg to his parent’s log cabin. When the horse returned home without him, his father tracked the path of the horse and found his son on the trail, dead from a broken neck. For the next 100 years five generations of the family of Jake and Caty were buried in the Keesling Cemetery. Including the many in-laws buried there, everyone is related to Jake and Caty with the exception of 9 souls, 4 in the Corbin family and 5 Indians. There are 5 soldiers buried in the cemetery including 3 Union soldiers, 1 Confederate soldier (Corbin), and 1 World War I. The religious affiliation is primary German Baptist and secondarily Methodist.< Less