Reflections on the Life of an Atlantic Baptist on the 100th Anniversary of his Birth

By Taylor Murray

Stuart Eldon Murray (1919–1985) was born one-hundred-years ago today, on 6 November 1919. Continue reading

Profile of a Fledgling Baptist Minister, part 3

By Joyce H. Munro

During the first years of his ministry, some of Eben Rice’s diary accounts are nonchalant—household chores, sermon preparation, visiting with church members in far-flung homes and long meetings. Continue reading

“We Trust to the Glory of Ultimate Victory”: McMaster University in WWI, part 1

By Adam Rudy

On 4 August 1914, Great Britain declared war on Germany, committing its far-flung, global domains to a war of the most tragic proportions yet experienced by humankind. Continue reading

Retirement Dinner for Dr. Robert S. Wilson

By Taylor Murray

On 2 May 2018, hundreds of people filled the Sheldon L. Fountain Commons at Acadia University to celebrate the career of an extraordinary Canadian Baptist: Dr. Robert S. Wilson (affectionately known to all as “Dr. Bob”). Continue reading

The Crown: Baptists and the Coronation of Elizabeth II

By Gordon L. Heath

Viewers of the Netflix series The Crown are familiar with the early years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, especially the tradition and pageantry surrounding her coronation in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953.1 Continue reading