The Day of Doom was penned by Michael Wigglesworth, a New England Puritan, who lived from 1631-1705. He was a Harvard graduate who later laboured in the church of Malden, MA. The Day of Doom was... More > first published in 1662 and went through many editions. The poem concerns the Last Judgment and God’s vengeance upon sinners. It is said that as late the early 19th century there were folks who could still recite many of the 224 stanzas found within its pages.< Less
Particular Baptist Confessions.
The Particular Baptists of the 17th and 18th centuries were believers who held to the Biblical system of teachings which are commonly called the doctrines of grace. ... More > The word “Particular” in their name spoke of their belief of particular redemption – Christ died only for those whom God had predestinated unto eternal life.
The contents of this book consists of several confessions of faith used by those who were Particular Baptists.< Less