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The British Particular Baptists -- Volume 1 Revised

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The British Particular Baptists - Volume 1 Revised

Edited by Michael A. G. Haykin and Terry Wolever

Volume 1 Revised contains:

British Particular Baptist Biography by Michael A. G. Haykin

Thomas Patient (1591-1666) by Dennis Bustin

John Spilsbury (1593-ca.1662/668) by James M. Renihan

Benjamin Coxe (1595-ca.1676) by Samuel Renihan

Hanserd Knollys (ca.1599-1691) by Barry H. Howson

Henry Jessey (1601-1663) by Jason G. Duesing

Christopher Blackwood (1605-1670) by Malcolm B. Yarnell, III

William Kiffen (1616-1701) by Michael A. G. Haykin

Edward Harrison (ca.1618-ca.1673) by Jeremy Walker

Henry Danvers (ca.1619-1687/88) by Tom James

Thomas Delaune (ca.1635-1645-1685) by Andy Compton

John Bunyan (1628-1688) by Ben Rogers

Benjamin Keach (1640-1704) by Tom J. Nettles

Andrew Gifford, Sr. (1641-1721) by Robert Strivens

Hercules Collins (a.1647-1702) by Steve Weaver

David Crosley (1669-1744) by Jonathan Arnold

John Piggott (ca.1670-1713) by Steve Weaver


412 pages, illustrated and includes an Index of Persons and an Index of Subjects. 



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    British Baptists Vol. 1

    Posted by David Oldfield on 1st Feb 2024

    I have more than a dozen of your books. This is the first from the British Series. They are all handsome books; well printed and bound. Generally speaking, I wish there was more information on how the Lord brought each of the subjects to His salvation, but I know that source information is limited. I will continue to buy, read and share your materials. I use your books for my church bulletins, FaceBook posts and for research on my own books.

  • 5
    I am looking forward to getting into this material in greater detail, especially now that some new names and events have been added to this revised vol. 1.

    Posted by Gary Freel on 30th Nov 2019

    This is such a welcome addition in church history as so many are consumed with mainline reformed or catholic elements of church history. It is so refreshing to have a reliable source for solid Baptist influence, especially going back to the 17th century to the present. Thank you so much for putting this material together.