A blog dedicated to advancing the ressourcement of the history of the Baptistic Congregationalists, commonly called Particular Baptists. In this context, ressourcement means re-examining the sources used in older historiography and seeking new sources to expand and refine our knowledge.
The name Petty France comes from a small part of London in the parish of Bishopsgate Without where a Particular Baptist church met from 1656-1683.
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