By popular request the Church Planting Initiative by Baptists, known as the BACUP Papers, are now available for free download here.
I was asked last year by Professor John Briggs, Chairman of the Baptist Historical Society, if I could assist them by digitising and hosting the Transactions of the Baptist Historical Society (1908-1921) and the Baptist Quarterly (1922-present). I quickly learned – through my contacts at the Baptist training colleges – that the Transactions represent a unique historical record valuable not just to Baptists, but to church historians, theologians and missiologists across the denominations. These old volumes are currently on restricted access in those few colleges that have paper copies.
The Baptist Quarterly will take me most of this year to complete, but the Transactions of the Baptist Historical Society are now available on-line. To further assist colleges I have provided a link at the top of the page to a compressed archive that contains all the PDF files and a separate table of contents (total file size around 65MB). These can be placed on College servers at no charge as the entire collection is now Public Domain.
I am pleased to announce that the journal Religion in Communist Lands is now available on-line here. Although its subject matter might be considered peripheral to Biblical Studies it represents a unique archive of an important period in modern church history which will be of great interest to many. The articles will later be listed on my missiology website when time and resources become available to proceed with its development. I am grateful to the Trustees of the Keston Institute for their enthusiasm to see this journal and its successor Religion, State and Society placed on-line for free public access.