Baptist Resources

Robert L. Lewis


This site is a work in progress. We are attempting to place a significant number of resources at this one location so as to provide a credible library of documents for those who are interested in the doctrines and practices of the people called Baptists. We do not ascribe to apostolic succession. We do believe in a doctrinal succession of people we call “Baptists” from the time of Christ to the present day. Here you will find a collection of historical documents provided to connect the doctrines and practices of this great caravan of God’s people as they journey along the narrow pathway towards the coming of the Lord. There may be some errors and omissions, but our intent is to provide a resource to link the history of the people on the old path ways to this present generation. If you have some helpful suggestions, or documents which could help us to accomplish this goal, please provide some feedback.

Jeremiah 6:16  “Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls.”

Dr. Robert Lewis, Publisher

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5 Responses to Baptist Resources

  1. Bro. Lewis,

    Thanks for your site. Please check out my blog at

    Bro. Davenport

  2. Wilhelm Falk says:

    Dear Brother Lewis, thank you for your website, it is excellent, you should have other articles about Baptist their history. An old saying is, “those that forget the past are condemed to make the same mistakes again!”
    Baptist Missionary in Germany

  3. Hello Bro. Lewis!

    I love your blog and I do come here from time to time. My “blog” is here:

    I put it “blog” quotes because it isn’t really a blog as of yet, it is more like a collection of sermon outlines that I have preached. It is evolving though, who knows, maybe an article or so may appear in the future!

    Thank you for your ministry and blog, My friend!

    -Bro. Dave

  4. Nate says:


    Thank you for an informative site. I would like to comment on your reference to Valentine Wightman and his theology. Although you are correct in saying he was not Arminian because of of his Six-Principle position, Calvinist seem to overlook the fact that the church he was so faithful in before he was called to Connecticut was a Freewill Baptist church. My family holds that he was neither Calvinist or Arminian. His writings that survive, seem to indicate the same.

    Thought you should know – I’m a descendant.

  5. Brother Lewis.

    Great idea, we need this on the Internet.

    Larry Clayton

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