Christian Faith Society

The Christian Faith Society originated in 1691 in a bequest of Robert Boyle for advancing religion among infidels, and was renamed in 1794 the Society for the Conversion and Religious Education of the Negro Slaves in the British West-India Islands and in 1836 the Society for Advancing the Christian Faith in the British West-India Islands.

The papers comprise minutes, correspondence and accounts, 1642-1956.

A micropublication of the Christian Faith Society is available from World Microfilms

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