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Baptist May (1628—1697) courtier

Baptist Missionary Society

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Baptists and African Americans

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Decollation of St John the Baptist

Dexter Avenue Baptist Church

General Baptists

Jan Baptist Weenix (1621—1660)

Johann Baptist Cramer (1771—1858) violinist

Johann Baptist Franzelin (1816—1886)

Johann Baptist Isenring (1796—1860)

Johann Baptist Obernetter (1840—1887)

Johann Baptist Schenk (1753—1836)

Johann Baptist Vanhal (1739—1813)

Johann Baptist von Alxinger (1755—1797)

Johann Baptist Zimmermann (1680)

John Baptist Claude Chatelain (1710—1758) printmaker and topographical draughtsman

John Baptist Gaspars (c. 1620—1691) portrait painter

John Baptist Hackett (c. 1606—1676) Roman Catholic priest and theologian

John Baptist Jackson (c. 1700—1778) woodcutter and designer of chintz and wallpaper

John Baptist Lucius Noel (1890—1989) mountaineer and photographer

John Baptist of the Conception (1561—1613)

John Baptist Rossi (1698—1764)

John the Baptist


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A person who practises baptism; The Baptist is the epithet of St John of Chancery.

A Baptist is a member of a Protestant Christian denomination advocating baptism only of adult believers by total immersion.

Subjects: History — Christianity.

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