Philadelphia:, Published by Jacob Meyer, No. 177, North Second-Street. James Stackhouse, printer.: 1813 1813
Item Number: 17875
"John Johnson (1706-1791) ""of Liverpool, an English Particular Baptist minister who advocated high Calvinism. Johnson originally a General Baptist, developed a unique theological system, which destabilized many churches in the Lancashire and Yorkshire associations well into the 19th century. Because faith is grace, Johnson taught, lack of it is no sin. He held to a modalist understanding of the Trinity and a millenarian interpretation of prophecy, and he was vehemently local church protectionist and opposed to cooperation, even with other Baptists. Johnsonian churches practiced th... View More...