Union of Evangelical Baptists of Spain
American William J. Knapp went to Spain in 1868 as a missionary. In 1870 a Baptist church was established in Madrid. Knapp left in 1876, but Eric Lund of Sweden came in 1877, reviving the work begun by Knapp.
A Unión Evangélica Bautista Española was founded in 1922, and then a Spanish Baptist Convention in 1929. The present union is the 1929 organization. They adopted the name of the previous organization, Unión Evangélica Bautista Española, in 1953.
- Union of Evangelical Baptists of Spain web site - in Spanish
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- Baptists Around the World, Albert W. Wardin, Jr., editor
- A History of the Baptists, Thomas Armitage
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