Particular Baptist

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group of Baptist congregations believing the teachings of the French theologian John Calvin who believed in strict predetermination

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He was much involved, too, in producing and editing a Particular Baptist periodical: The Gospel Standard.
Sometime before 1654 Clarke associated with a largely Particular Baptist congregation in London whose pastor, Henry Jessey, and several of the members held Monarchist views.
To give it its full title, theStrict and Particular Baptist Chapel, with its stunning sandstone portico -currently being fully restored -was built in 1847 and is grade II listed.
Particular Baptist authors prior to that point had published relatively few eschatological works.
In the 1790s the BMS was known as the Particular Baptist Society for Propagating the Gospel Amongst the Heathen.
Particular Baptists sharpened their confessional and conversionist statement in the Second London Confession with editions in 1677 and 1688.
According to English Baptist historian John Briggs, "Women are not specifically identified in any of the later confessions of faith of either General or Particular Baptists in the seventeenth century.
Particular Baptist leader Thomas Collier responded to the issue of women preaching in 1651.
In her acknowledgements and introduction, Massey highlights the influence of particular Baptist women in shaping her preacherly imagination and religious worldview: her grandmother Mary Burton Massey; makers and shakers in Baptist history, from Lottie Moon to Addie Davis; a minister as mentor and friend, Becky Matheny, to whom the volume is dedicated; along with GAs (Girls Auxiliary) and Acteens.
Many Particular Baptist churches denied the practice of offering an invitation based on their doctrine of the atonement.
15) Thomas Ray, Daniel and Abraham Marshall (Springfield, MO: Particular Baptist Pres, 2006), 49; Little, Imprisoned Preachers, 407; Townsend, South Carolina Baptists, 222-24.
Historians have therefore concluded that the first Particular Baptist church dates at least from 1638, and possibly even from 1633.
Morden, Offering Christ to the World: Andrew Fuller (1754-1815) and the Revival of Eighteenth Century Particular Baptist Life, Studies in Baptist History and Thought, vol.
Yet by 1730 some Baptists were following the hyper-Calvinist teachings of individuals such as John Brine, a Particular Baptist pastor.
The Particular Baptist London Confession of 1644 states, "That Christ Jesus by his death did bring forth salvation and reconciliation only for the elect, which were those which God the Father gave him.