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The Resource Calvinism, communion, and the Baptists : a study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the late 1600s to the early 1800s, Peter Naylor ; foreword by Michael Haykin

Calvinism, communion, and the Baptists : a study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the late 1600s to the early 1800s, Peter Naylor ; foreword by Michael Haykin

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Calvinism, communion, and the Baptists : a study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the late 1600s to the early 1800s
Title
Calvinism, communion, and the Baptists
Title remainder
a study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the late 1600s to the early 1800s
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Peter Naylor ; foreword by Michael Haykin
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eng
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contains biographical information
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BCT
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1936 June 30-
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Naylor, Peter
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index present
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non fiction
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Haykin, Michael A. G
Series statement
Studies in Baptist history and thought
Series volume
v. 7
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  • Baptists
  • Calvinism
  • Lord's Supper
  • Calvinism
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Calvinism, communion, and the Baptists : a study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the late 1600s to the early 1800s, Peter Naylor ; foreword by Michael Haykin
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Includes bibliographical references (pages [241]-253) and index
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Contents
  • 1. 'Church' and 'sect' -- Introduction -- little Prescot Street, Whitechapel, London -- Who were the 'Strict Baptists'? -- A denomination with an obsession? -- The central argument -- From 1688 until the early 1800s -- 'General' and 'Particular' Baptists -- 'Strict Baptist': a derisory term -- Three main areas of interest -- 2. A separate denomination -- One name: two families -- The Toleration Act, 1689 -- 'Particular' and 'General' Baptists -- Joseph Ivimey -- 'Two distinct bodies'
  • 3. From repression to protection -- Introduction -- Before 1688 -- After 1688 -- Particular Baptists and other dissenters -- 4. The earlier 1700s -- Introduction -- The aftermath of the Act of Toleration -- The 1689 Assembly -- Ministerial provision -- Assemblies and associations -- Calvinism and contention -- Salters' Hall -- Money, numbers and facilities -- "The London Fund" -- The establishment and the Baptists -- Singing and music -- Social status -- Tensions regarding strict communion -- Benjamin Beddome -- John Collett Ryland -- Isaac Watts -- John Gill -- Sectarianism -- Toleration, expansion and lethargy -- An argument from silence
  • 5. 'Strict Baptist' origins -- Introduction -- The 'Davisites' -- Richard Davis -- A fixed definition -- Rothwell Independents and Walgrave Baptists -- College Lane, Northampton; Arnesby, Leicestershire -- College Lane and the Walgrave Baptists -- 'Strict' Baptists -- 'Strict Baptist': A descriptive becomes a denominator -- Abraham Booth -- Abraham Booth and the 'Strict Baptists' -- Thomas Bradbury and William Eltringham -- John Brine and the 'Strict Baptists' -- 'Mixt' and 'Strict' communion -- Matthias Maurice of Rothwell -- 'Strict Baptists' and 'General Baptists' -- Philip Carey -- The Confessions -- Joseph Burroughs -- Daniel Taylor and the 'New Connexion' -- John Stock -- The influence of John Bunyan -- The Baptist Evangelical Society -- Recapitulation: 'Strict Baptists' and the English East Midlands
  • 6. Communion controversy: The late 1600s -- Introduction -- John Bunyan and his antecedents -- Bunyan, a Calvinist -- John Bunyan's arguments -- Henry Danvers -- William Kiffin -- Kiffin and Bunyan -- Kiffin's arguments -- A sober discourse or right to church communion -- Calvinistic Baptists and communion -- 7. Communion controversy: The 1700s -- Introduction -- 'J.B.' -- John Cogan and Clendon Daukes -- Restricted communion: the continuing norm -- John Brine and the 'Strict Baptists' -- Turner, Ryland, Robinson-and Gill -- 'Candidus' -- John Tombes -- John Brown -- Arguments against restricted communion -- Objections countered -- William Buttfield -- Arguments for restricted communion -- The Rylands, James Hervey and Daniel Turner -- Abraham Booth -- Booth's defence of restricted communion -- A lull -- A disassociation between Calvinism and communion
  • 8. Communion controversy: The early 1800s -- Introduction -- 'The most obnoxious of their principles' -- The Particular Baptist Mission -- Mixed communion: A disservice -- Robert Hall Junior -- Hall's assault upon strict communion -- Hall's defence of open communion -- Joseph Kinghorn -- Again, Robert Hall Junior -- Again, Joseph Kinghorn -- William Newman -- Joseph Ivimey -- Christmas Evans -- Biblical authority -- The silent majority -- 9. High Calvinism and the Particular Baptists -- Introduction -- High Calvinism: Negative and positive aspects -- 'Antinomianism' -- High Calvinism and the atonement -- Adam's incapacity -- The genesis of High Calvinism -- Richard Davis -- Joseph Hussey and John Skepp -- Matthias Maurice and John Brine -- High Calvinism and pastoral counselling -- Abraham Booth -- Differences of approach among the High Calvinists -- High Calvinists and the Lord's Table
  • 10. Elements of John Gill's theology -- Introduction -- Gill, Wesley and Whitefield -- Gill under attack -- Gill and the 'offer' of grace and salvation -- Gill and faith -- Eternal justification -- A definition of 'eternal justification' -- 'Active' and 'passive' justification -- Faith and salvation -- A critique of Gill's doctrine of eternal justification -- Gill's radicalism -- Justification: A public declaration -- A critique of Gill's theology of evangelism -- Carter Lane, Southwark -- Toplady and Gill
  • 11. Andrew Fuller -- Introduction -- The Gospel Worthy of all Acceptation -- Repentance -- Faith -- Fuller's apologia -- Adam and Eve -- The divine decrees -- Particular redemption and preaching -- Calvary, the Spirit and the love of God -- Rationalization -- 'Sufficiency', 'Efficiency' -- and restricted communion -- 12. The late 1700s -- Introduction -- Baptists and the establishment -- Statistics -- An inference -- The thaw -- Robert Hall Senior: A help to Zion's travellers -- The New England connection -- The Northamptonshire Association letter of 1770 -- Robert Hall Senior, William Carey and mission -- At home -- Lingering hestitations -- The close of the 1700s -- 13. Conclusion -- Introduction -- 'General' and 'Particular' Baptists: One denomination? -- The London Particular Baptist Confession of Faith, 1689 -- The end of the matter
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54363063
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23 cm
Extent
xix, 265 pages
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9781842271421
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Calvinism, communion, and the Baptists : a study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the late 1600s to the early 1800s, Peter Naylor ; foreword by Michael Haykin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [241]-253) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. 'Church' and 'sect' -- Introduction -- little Prescot Street, Whitechapel, London -- Who were the 'Strict Baptists'? -- A denomination with an obsession? -- The central argument -- From 1688 until the early 1800s -- 'General' and 'Particular' Baptists -- 'Strict Baptist': a derisory term -- Three main areas of interest -- 2. A separate denomination -- One name: two families -- The Toleration Act, 1689 -- 'Particular' and 'General' Baptists -- Joseph Ivimey -- 'Two distinct bodies'
  • 3. From repression to protection -- Introduction -- Before 1688 -- After 1688 -- Particular Baptists and other dissenters -- 4. The earlier 1700s -- Introduction -- The aftermath of the Act of Toleration -- The 1689 Assembly -- Ministerial provision -- Assemblies and associations -- Calvinism and contention -- Salters' Hall -- Money, numbers and facilities -- "The London Fund" -- The establishment and the Baptists -- Singing and music -- Social status -- Tensions regarding strict communion -- Benjamin Beddome -- John Collett Ryland -- Isaac Watts -- John Gill -- Sectarianism -- Toleration, expansion and lethargy -- An argument from silence
  • 5. 'Strict Baptist' origins -- Introduction -- The 'Davisites' -- Richard Davis -- A fixed definition -- Rothwell Independents and Walgrave Baptists -- College Lane, Northampton; Arnesby, Leicestershire -- College Lane and the Walgrave Baptists -- 'Strict' Baptists -- 'Strict Baptist': A descriptive becomes a denominator -- Abraham Booth -- Abraham Booth and the 'Strict Baptists' -- Thomas Bradbury and William Eltringham -- John Brine and the 'Strict Baptists' -- 'Mixt' and 'Strict' communion -- Matthias Maurice of Rothwell -- 'Strict Baptists' and 'General Baptists' -- Philip Carey -- The Confessions -- Joseph Burroughs -- Daniel Taylor and the 'New Connexion' -- John Stock -- The influence of John Bunyan -- The Baptist Evangelical Society -- Recapitulation: 'Strict Baptists' and the English East Midlands
  • 6. Communion controversy: The late 1600s -- Introduction -- John Bunyan and his antecedents -- Bunyan, a Calvinist -- John Bunyan's arguments -- Henry Danvers -- William Kiffin -- Kiffin and Bunyan -- Kiffin's arguments -- A sober discourse or right to church communion -- Calvinistic Baptists and communion -- 7. Communion controversy: The 1700s -- Introduction -- 'J.B.' -- John Cogan and Clendon Daukes -- Restricted communion: the continuing norm -- John Brine and the 'Strict Baptists' -- Turner, Ryland, Robinson-and Gill -- 'Candidus' -- John Tombes -- John Brown -- Arguments against restricted communion -- Objections countered -- William Buttfield -- Arguments for restricted communion -- The Rylands, James Hervey and Daniel Turner -- Abraham Booth -- Booth's defence of restricted communion -- A lull -- A disassociation between Calvinism and communion
  • 8. Communion controversy: The early 1800s -- Introduction -- 'The most obnoxious of their principles' -- The Particular Baptist Mission -- Mixed communion: A disservice -- Robert Hall Junior -- Hall's assault upon strict communion -- Hall's defence of open communion -- Joseph Kinghorn -- Again, Robert Hall Junior -- Again, Joseph Kinghorn -- William Newman -- Joseph Ivimey -- Christmas Evans -- Biblical authority -- The silent majority -- 9. High Calvinism and the Particular Baptists -- Introduction -- High Calvinism: Negative and positive aspects -- 'Antinomianism' -- High Calvinism and the atonement -- Adam's incapacity -- The genesis of High Calvinism -- Richard Davis -- Joseph Hussey and John Skepp -- Matthias Maurice and John Brine -- High Calvinism and pastoral counselling -- Abraham Booth -- Differences of approach among the High Calvinists -- High Calvinists and the Lord's Table
  • 10. Elements of John Gill's theology -- Introduction -- Gill, Wesley and Whitefield -- Gill under attack -- Gill and the 'offer' of grace and salvation -- Gill and faith -- Eternal justification -- A definition of 'eternal justification' -- 'Active' and 'passive' justification -- Faith and salvation -- A critique of Gill's doctrine of eternal justification -- Gill's radicalism -- Justification: A public declaration -- A critique of Gill's theology of evangelism -- Carter Lane, Southwark -- Toplady and Gill
  • 11. Andrew Fuller -- Introduction -- The Gospel Worthy of all Acceptation -- Repentance -- Faith -- Fuller's apologia -- Adam and Eve -- The divine decrees -- Particular redemption and preaching -- Calvary, the Spirit and the love of God -- Rationalization -- 'Sufficiency', 'Efficiency' -- and restricted communion -- 12. The late 1700s -- Introduction -- Baptists and the establishment -- Statistics -- An inference -- The thaw -- Robert Hall Senior: A help to Zion's travellers -- The New England connection -- The Northamptonshire Association letter of 1770 -- Robert Hall Senior, William Carey and mission -- At home -- Lingering hestitations -- The close of the 1700s -- 13. Conclusion -- Introduction -- 'General' and 'Particular' Baptists: One denomination? -- The London Particular Baptist Confession of Faith, 1689 -- The end of the matter
Control code
54363063
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xix, 265 pages
Isbn
9781842271421
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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