Neglected Means of Grace in the Reception of the Evangelical Revival among English Particular Baptists
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"The eighteenth century witnessed a striking renewal of Particular Baptist life. In a careful exposition of the writings of the many eminent ministers of the period, Anthony R. Cross shows how a blend of moderate Calvinism merged with the characteristic zeal of the Evangelical Revival to produce fresh spiritual vigor."
--David Bebbington, Professor of History, University of Stirling
"This important book fills a gap in the existing literature on eighteenth-century Calvinistic Baptist life. Dr. Cross's work is impressive both for its breadth of coverage and eye for telling detail. The themes that Useful Learning highlights, especially theological renewal, spiritual friendship, and theological education, were crucial to the revivification of Baptist life. Both scholars and more general readers will gain much from this fine study. Highly recommended."
--Peter J. Morden, Lecturer in Church History and Spirituality, Spurgeon's College, London