As with most of the articles on this site, these are here for their historical value. Please do as Scripture exhorts and test all things no matter who wrote it!

John Kay was a contemporary and good friend of J.C. Philpot and William Tiptaft. William Tiptaft had him stay with him in his house for about 14 years because he also seceded from the church of England and had no where else to go. He had relatives that were mucky-mucks in the church of England (he himself was a pastor before) and therefore he was treated as if he were dead to them. He used to write for The Gospel Standard and would sign his name just as “J.K. Abingdon”. These are all excellent treatise on the experimental aspect of the truth of God's word and exposes the “dead Calvinism” that was so rampant then and is still today. I hope that you enjoy them! - Tom