New Hampshire Confession of Faith
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In 1833, Baptists in the United States agreed upon a confession of faith around which they could organize a missionary society under the Triennial Convention. The New Hampshire Confession of Faith was drawn up by the Rev. John Newton Brown of New Hampshire, and was adopted by the New Hampshire Baptist Convention. It was widely accepted by Baptists, especially in the Northern and Western States, as a clear and concise statement of their faith. They considered it in harmony with, but in a milder form than, the doctrines of older confessions which expressed the Calvinistic Baptist beliefs that existed at the time.
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Brown, John Newton. Quoted in J. M. Pendleton, D.D. Church Manual Designed for the Use of Baptist Churches. Philadelphia: Judson Press, 1867. ISBN 0-8054-2510-1
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