The Primitive Baptist movement claims primary descent from certain Baptist churches in Wales and in the Midlands of England; they primarily adhere to the Midland Confession of 1655 and the London Confession of 1644, and to the London Confession of 1689. This category includes both Old Line and Progressive Primitive Baptists.
Sites submitted should bear the name of "Primitive Baptist" and be in agreement with the Midland Confession of 1655, the London Baptist Confession of 1644, the London Baptist Confession of 1689, or a classical Primitive Baptist Articles of Faith declaring belief in the doctrine of election. Although not required, it is preferred that submitted sites have doctrinal beliefs posted. Sites submitted should not be a part of a convention or money-based mission society.
Local Primitive Baptist Churches. Both Old Line and Progressive.
Sites submitted should bare the name of "Primitive Baptist" and be in agreement with the Midland Confession of 1655, the London Baptist Confession of 1644, the London Baptist Confession of 1689, or a classical Primitive Baptist Articles of Faith declaring belief in the doctrine of election. Although not required, It is preferred that submitted sites have doctrinal beliefs posted. Sites submitted should not be a part of a convention or money-based mision society.
Many independent black Primitive Baptist churches joined in a national convention in 1907. Although some churches do hold to the Sovereign Grace Doctrine, the Arminian (Freewill) Doctrine is also very prominent within the convention. This group differs doctrinally and differs in practice than what is commonly understood as "Primitive Baptist" due to it being a convention and due to the Arminian doctrine influences.
Submissions should only be for the National Primitive Baptist Convention sites, supporting sites, and churches.