Nestled in Paris, AR, is a publishing house laboring primarily at the republication of classic Baptist printed works. Trust me, if you have any interest whatsoever in Baptist History, you need to initiate a relationship with the folks over at Baptist Standard Bearer. Looking for a copy of William Kiffin's 1681 tract, A Sober Discourse Of Right To Church Communion, Wherein is proved by Scripture, the Example of Primitive Times, & the Practice of All that have Professed the Christian Religion that "No Unbaptized Person may be Regularly admitted to the Lord's Supper."? Well, you're not going to find it at Barnes & Noble. You probably are not going to find it in the library of your nearest Baptist university. But you can have it for $7.00 from Baptist Standard Bearer (see here). That and a cornucopia of other Baptist otherwise-out-of-print titles. The best deals in Baptist publishing are the BSB's new CD-ROM products. Wade Burleson, Debbie Kaufman, and George Ella will be glad to know that a complete set of John Gill's works are available (the proprietors at BSB are staunchly Calvinistic, and not SBCers). My personal favorite is the Baptist History Collection CD-ROM. Your attention span is not long enough to read a list of everything contained on this $50.00 CD-ROM. Suffice it to say that you couldn't collect the contained works for 20 times that price. My brethren over in Paris ought to be paying me for this free advertising, but they aren't. I'm just enthusiastic about what they are doing. Go take a look at their site (that's here, again), and see whether it doesn't pique your interest as well.