Discover important insights into Baptist history with four classic works by British pastor Dan Taylor. Founder of the “New Connection” of General Baptists in late eighteenth- early-nineteenth-century England, Taylor was an important leader in the younger generation of General Baptists. This collection presents Taylor’s two dissertations on singing as Christian worship—which provide unique perspective on the historical debate among British Baptists, as well as two of his works on the nature and importance of baptism and its related controversies.
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Dan Taylor (1738–1816) was a British General Baptist pastor. Born in Yorkshire, Taylor was a coal miner who joined the Wesleyan Methodists in 1761. However, he came to object to Wesley’s authoritarian leadership and joined the Baptists. Ordained a General Baptist pastor in 1763, he quickly began organizing an independent group of dissenters, and became an important leader, especially among the new generation of General Baptists. Taylor is best remembered for establishing and leading the New Connection of General Baptists, a group of Arminian Baptists who were unhappy with the state of the General Baptists.