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This article examines the evangelicalism of Dan Taylor, a leading eighteenth-century General Baptist minister and founder of the New Connexion of General Baptists. In particular, it focuses on how Taylor functioned as a practical innovator, pioneering church planter, mobilizer of laity, novel...
The debate between Andrew Fuller and Dan Taylor, which involved seven distinct publications between 1785 and 1801, was centred on a key issue of the revivals of the eighteenth century: what was the extent to which sinful men and women needed the Holy Spirit to respond to the gospel invitation to...
John Osborne joined the movement pioneered by General Baptist Samuel Oates in Rutland from 1647. He is probably the author of a pamphlet against the use of compulsory tithes to support the parish ministers, and despite his age he was imprisoned for this opposition after the Restoration in 1660,...
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