Marriage in Baptist Thought

Southern Seminary’s The Journal of Discipleship & Family Ministry‘s new issue, dedicated to the theme of marriage, will be out soon. In it they have kindly printed an article co-written by Michael Haykin and me on marriage in the history of Baptist thought. Of course, it is selective; I wrote the sections on the Second London Confession of Faith (1689) and John Gill. Dr. Haykin did the rest.

We wrote it this past summer; I am thankful for the opportunity to write this with Dr. Haykin, and am also thankful to Timothy Paul Jones and the others involved with the journal of publishing it.


Baptist Marriage in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries