John Smyth's Confession by John Smyth

  



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Introduction

John Smyth is one of the significant early Baptist leaders. This is his personal confession, never officially `published'. The original document is located in the Mennonite Archives, Amsterdam. Smyth's purpose in composing this confession seems to have been to stake out a distinct theological position in relation to both the main body of English separatists, and the continental Anabaptists with whom he had thrown in his lot.


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 Acts 10:18 (KJV)
And called, and asked whether Simon, which was surnamed Peter, were lodged there.
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