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William Kiffin

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William Kiffin (c. 1616-1701) is widely regarded as one of the founding fathers of English Particular Baptists. His remarkable life nearly spanned almost the entirety of the formative seventeenth century and he was the only man to sign both the First London Confession of Faith of 1644 and the Second London Confession of Faith of 1689.

Steve Weaver at Credo Magazine gives us a nice brief introduction to William Kiffin, including plenty of recommendations for further study.

PS There’s a stimulating article on Adoniram Judson as well.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Wednesday 2 May 2012 at 07:46

Posted in History & biography

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