Stewart G. Cole, T. T. Shields, and the History of Fundamentalism

By Taylor Murray

Historians have debated definitions of the term “fundamentalism” practically since it was popularized in the early 1920s. Continue reading

Revisiting Cholera in this time of COVID: Exploration of Conscience and Faith

By Sharon M. Bowler

I often have referred to the historical research that I do as following in the methodology of Neil Postman’s “Building of Bridges.” Continue reading

The United Baptist Convention of the Maritime Provinces and the “Spanish Influenza,” 1918–1920

By Taylor Murray

Various historians have drawn similarities between the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and earlier events in world history. Continue reading

“God Send England the Strong Right Arm”: McMaster University in WWI, part 2

By Adam Rudy

Despite the hellishness of the war, the students and faculty of McMaster University proved themselves to be profoundly loyal to the Empire’s cause. Continue reading

“Wedding Cake Church”: St. Andrews Baptist Church

By Taylor Murray

Nestled in the sea-side town of St. Andrews, New Brunswick is perhaps one of the most interesting churches in Atlantic Canada. Continue reading