Pulpit and People: Studies in Eighteenth-Century Baptist Life and Thought edited by John H. Y. Briggs (Vol 28 SBHT, Paternoster, 2009)

Foreword – D. Densil Morgan

Chapter 1: The Changing Pattern of Baptist Life in the Eighteenth Century – John H. Y. Briggs

Chapter 2: Benjamin Keach (1640-1704): Tailor Turned Preacher – Austin Walker

Chapter 3: Stogdon, Foster, and Bulkeley: Variations on an Eighteenth-Century Theme – Stephen Copson

Chapter 4: James Fanch (1704-1767): The Spiritual Counsel of an Eighteenth-Century Baptist Pastor – Karen E. Smith

Chapter 5: Gilbert Boyce: General Baptist Messenger and Opponent of John Wesley – Clive Jarvis

Chapter 6: Benjamin Beddome (1717-1795): His Life and his Hymns – Michael Haykin

Chapter 7: Daniel Turner and a Theology of the Church Universal – Paul S. Fiddes

Chapter 8: Andrew Fuller and The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation – Peter J. Modern

Chapter 9: Caleb Evans and the Anti-Slavery Question – Roger Hayden

Chapter 10: Martha Gurney and William Fox: Baptist Printer and Radical Reformer, 1791-1794