Benjamin Keach


Born
in Buckinghamshire, The United Kingdom
February 29, 1640

Died
July 18, 1704


Benjamin Keach (1640-1704) was a Particular Baptist preacher in London whose name was given to Keachs Catechism.

Originally from Buckinghamshire, Keach worked as a tailor during his early years. He was baptized at the age of 15 and began preaching at 18. He was the minister of the congregation at Winslow before moving in 1668 to the church at Horse-lie-down, Southwark where he remained for 36 years as pastor (1668-1704). This congregation later became the New Park Street Church and then moved to the Metropolitan Tabernacle under the pastorship of Charles Spurgeon. It was as representative of this church that Keach went to the 1689 General Assembly and subscribed the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. Keach was one of the seven men who
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“Jesús tiene un amor gozoso por su esposa: Valora su afecto y se goza en ella con dulce complacencia.”
Benjamin Keach, Hombres Piadosos

“Of husbands’ too mean account of wives: Contrary is the conceit of many who think there is no difference between a wife and servant but in familiarity,[84] and that wives were made to be servants to their husbands because subjection, fear, and obedience are required of them. Whence it cometh to pass that wives are oft used little better than servants are. [This is] conceit and practice savoring too much of heathenish and sottish arrogance. Did God at first take the wife out of man’s side that man should tread her under his feet? Or rather that he should set her at his side next to him above all children, servants, or any other in the family, how near or dear unto him soever? For none can be nearer than a wife can, and none ought to be dearer.”
Benjamin Keach, Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 192 - Godly Manhood