Japan Baptist Association

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The Japan Baptist Association (日本バプテスト連合 Nippon Baputesuto Rengō?) is a Landmark Baptist denominational body in Japan, related to the American Baptist Association. Its origins go back to 1952,[1] when Eugene M. Reagan from Texas began missionary activity.


  1. ^ David B. Barrett, George Thomas Kurian, and Todd M. Johnson (2001), World Christian encyclopedia: a comparative survey of churches and religions in the modern world, Volume 1, 2nd ed,Oxford University Press, ISBN 0195103181, p. 418.