Acadia University maintains a digital repository of theses and dissertations written by its students in Acadia Scholar. Several of these works written throughout the years have used resources from the Atlantic Baptist Archives. View a list of these theses and dissertations below!

Allaby, H. E. (1941). Evangelism in the Maritime Provinces.

Allaby, R. F. (1970). Factors in the growth patterns of the United Baptist Convention in the Maritime Provinces, 1905-1965.

Allwood, P. G. A. (1978). First Baptist Church, Halifax: its origin and early years.

Armstrong-Whitehouse, I. K. (1984). Canadian Baptist women in ministry: pastoral care givers and receivers.

Bartlett, H. M. (1957). The development of the educational factor in the Maritime United Baptist Convention.

Beverley, J. A. (1977). The life and thought of Henry Alline.

Britten, E. G. (1964). A history of the Reformed Baptist Alliance of Canada.

Cann, R. C. (1956). Christian journalism: its field and significance for Maritime Baptists.

Cochran, O. D. (1954). The Development of theological education at Acadia University.

Colpitts, R. A. (1943). The Maritime B.Y.P.U. through fifty years.

Cook, D. V. (1997). The United Baptist Association: facing a new millennium.

Corey, E. G. (1940). The rural church problem in the Maritime Baptist Convention.

Davidson, S. E. (1975). Leaders of the Black Baptists of Nova Scotia, 1782-1832.

Dunn, R. S. (1941). The union of the Baptists and the Free Baptists of the Maritime Provinces in 1905 and 1905. Retrieved from

Feltmate, D. (1993). “The help should be greatest where the need is most”: the Social Gospel platform of the United Baptist Convention of the Maritime Provinces.

Fenerty, L. D. (1962). Edward Manning’s Journal: a partial deciphering.

Fenerty, F. C. (1976). A transcription of the journals of Rev. Edward Manning for the period of June 1, 1822 to December 31, 1822.

Goodwin, D. C. (1989). The baptismal controversy, 1811-1848, as the religious dimension of intellectual awakening in Nova Scotia.

Goodwin, D. C. (1986). Advancing light: evangelicalism in Yarmouth Township 1761-1830.

Graham, R. L. (2016). Welcomed all who came: An examination of hospitality at Forest Hills Baptist Church, Saint John, NB.

Hansen, D. M. (1979). “Sisters unite”: the Maritime Baptist woman’s missionary movement, 1867-1914.

Heath, G. L. (1994). “Flirting with Nirvana”: the Canadian Baptist view of warfare, 1919-1939.

Hirtle, V. L. A. (1948). The Maritime Baptist Young People’s program.

Holmes, S. M. E. (1953). The Baptists of Cape Breton.

Hopkins, H. H. (1963). The social problem of the degenerate rural community.

Kellough, D. R. (1997). A historical and contemporary assessment of Baptist chaplaincy in the Halifax hospitals.

Locke, F. E. (1962). The Christian faith and the university.

MacKay, G. M. (2007). “Entire instantaneous sanctification” and New Brunswick Free Christian Baptists: 1832-1888.

McCormick, H. E. (1957). The Baptist church covenant.

McGray, G. S. (1950). Rev. John Chipman Morse, D.D.

McLean, R. I. (1968). A history of the Primitive Baptist Conference of New Brunswick, Maine and Nova Scotia.

Morrison, G. A. (1954). Henry Alline: man of conflict.

Murray, S. E. (1952). Our Maritime rural evangelism.

Murray, T. J. (2016). From Exodus to exile: The early fundamentalist movement among Maritime Baptists, 1930 – 1939.

O’Grady, W. E. (1953). The fathers and higher education: an examination of the times and lives of the fathers of the Baptist denomination in the Maritime Provinces with particular respect to their attitude towards the Christian values in higher education.

Palmer, C. M. (1964). Christian education and the problems of the small church.

Price, N. G. (1958). A historical survey of governmental attitudes respecting the question of religion in the public schools of Nova Scotia.

Riley, J. L. (2012). Teach me your ways: towards an encultured pedagogy for faith formation in the African United Baptist Association.

Robertson, D. E. (1957). Religious instruction in our public schools.

Scott, J. W. (1948). The historical development of standards and practices of ordination among Maritime Baptists.

Scott, J. W. (1948). The historical development of standards and practices of ordination among Maritime Baptists.

Steeves, A. G. J. (1957). Baptist attitudes and endeavours toward the establishment of the free nonsectarian school system of Nova Scotia.

Thompson, E. M. (1956). Modern theologians on baptism.

Watt, D. R. (1999). Empowering the laity for the ministry of visitation: assessing the program of visitation in the local church, First Baptist Church, Dartmouth, N.S.

Whitney, R. E. (1943). External factors that have influenced the progress of the Home Mission enterprise under the United Baptist Convention.

Wilson, J. (1993). “An ‘excitement amongst the people”: Richard Burpe, Maritime Baptists, and foreign missions, 1810-1853.