A brief description of The London Baptist Confession (1677), a later confession in the Protestant Reformation:
In 1677, Particular Baptists sought to join the various Calvinist dissenters who were opposed to the Anglican state church’s pressure on their congregations. In response, they slightly critiqued “The Westminster Confession of Faith” to reflect their Baptist distinctives. William Collins and Nehemiah Cox were the editors.
 James T. Dennison, Jr., ed., introduction to “The London Baptist Confession (1677),” by William Collins and Nehemiah Cox, in 1600-1693, vol. 4 of Reformed Confessions of the 16th and 17th Centuries in English Translation (Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2012), 531.