The Reformed Theology of Benjamin Keach (1640-1704)
Benjamin Keach, the most prolific Particular Baptist theologian of the seventeenth century, described himself as a defender of ‘Reformed Orthodoxy’, a moniker which seems ill-fitting of an anti-paedobaptist who moved outside of the established circles. Despite this self-identification, modern scholarship has largely relegated him to a self-educated dissenting pastor whose only major achievement could be found in his controversial support of hymn singing. This work seeks to rescue Keach from that reputation by examining a broad spectrum of his theological thought and, ultimately, determining what Keach meant by his self description.
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