Seventh Day Baptist General Conference
American Seventh-day Baptist Missionary Society (1834)
Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed by this Society, whose duty it shall be to inquire into the present condition of the Jews, and to take into consideration the expediency of our doing something to extend the gospel of Christ to that afflicted people, and to report the result of their deliberations at our next session.
Seventh Day Baptist Missionary Society, Jubilee Papers: Historical Papers Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Seventh-day Baptist Missionary Society, and the Centennial of the William Carey Foreign Missions Movement (Westerly, RI: Board of Managers of the Seventh-day Baptist Missionary Society, 1892), p. 86.
Seventh Day Baptist General Conference Resolution on Peace (August 1939)
Resolved, That we reaffirm our loyalty to the ideal of world peace; that we express oir appreciation of the action of the United States government looking to the stopping of the flow of munitions and other material help from this country to the aggressor in East Asia; that we deplore all inter-racial, inter-class, and international hatreds not only in Europe but in our own country; that we pledge ourselves through study and prayer to try to understand and accept our responsibility as churches and as individuals to exert ourselves and to co-operate with others in bringing the reign of the Prince of Peace.
1939 Seventh Day Baptist Year Book, Report of the Committee on Courtesies and Resolutions, “Peace,” p. 60.