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Baptiste (TV series) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Baptiste is a British TV drama starring Tchéky Karyo as Julien Baptiste, a character that originated in the series The Missing. The spinoff is produced by Two Brothers Pictures and distributed worldwide by their parent company All3Media.How many Baptist churches are in the UK?
Baptist churches are found in almost every country in the world and have about 40 million members worldwide. In Britain 2,150 churches belong to the Baptist Union of Great Britain, between them having 150,000 members. The name 'Baptist' comes from the Baptist practice of immersion in water.What was the First Baptist Church in England?
In 1612 Helwys and others returned to England to establish the first Baptist Church on English soil. Baptists initially developed in two streams of theological thought: General Baptists believed that when Christ died on the cross he died for everyone in general.What happened to the Baptist Church in the nineteenth century?
Throughout the seventeenth century Baptists were persecuted for their beliefs, being known as 'nonconformists' or 'Dissenters'. They refused to become members of the Church of England, saying Christ - and not the monarch - was head of the Church. The nineteenth century saw a period of significant growth for the Baptist movement.