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Protestant Nonconformity in the Twentiet

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This book comprises fuller versions of the papers presented at the second conference of the Assocation of Denominational Historical Societies and Cognate Libraries. Scholars representative of a number of Nonconformist traditions reflect thematically on Free Church life and witness during the twentieth century. Among the subjects reviewed are biblical studies, theology, worship, evangelism and spirituality, and ecumenism. Over and above its immediate interest, this collection will provide a marker to future scholars and others who may wish to know how some of their forebears assessed Nonconformity's contribution to a variety of fields during the century leading up to Christianity's third millennium. Bookseller Inventory # SELPROTES

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Title: Protestant Nonconformity in the Twentiet

Publisher: Paternoster Press

Binding: Softcover/Paperback

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This book comprises fuller versions of the papers presented at the second conference of the Association of Denominational Historical Societies and Cognate Libraries. Scholars representative of a number of Nonconformist traditions reflect thematically on Free Church life and witness during the twentieth century. Among the subjects reviewed are biblical studies, theology, worship, evangelism and spirituality, and ecumenism. Over and above its immediate interest, this collection will provide a marker to future scholars and others who may wish to know how some of their forebears assessed Nonconformity's contribution to a variety of fields during the century leading up to Christianity's third millennium.

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Alan P.F. Sell is Professor of Christian Doctrine and Philosophy of Religion and Director of the Centre for the Study of British Christian Thought at the United Theological College, within the Aberystwyth and Lampeter School of Theology of the University of Wales. His academic career has included periods as Theological Secretary of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches (Presbyterian and Congregational), Geneva, and incumbent of the Chair of Christian Thought at the University of Calgary. His prolific output of publications includes pamphlets, many academic articles, reviews, and books. Of his books the most recent include Defending and Declaring the Faith: Some Scottish Examples, 1860-1920 (Exeter and Colorado Springs, 1987); The Philosophy of Religion 1875-1980 (London and New York, 1988); Dissenting Thought and the Life of the Churches: Studies in an English Tradition (San Francisco, 1990); and Commemorations: Studies in Christian Thought and History (Calgary and UWP, Cardiff, 1993). Rev. Dr Anthony R. Cross is a Fellow of the Centre for Baptist History and Heritage, Regent's Park College, Oxford. He is a historian and theologian who trained for the Baptist ministry at Bristol and South Wales Baptist Colleges, and studied at the Universities of Bristol, University College Cardiff and Keele before holding pastorates in Cambridge and Wiltshire. He was a Research Fellow at the Centre for Advanced Theological Research, University of Roehampton, London, and a Fellow of the Centre for Baptist History and Heritage, where he succeeded Professor John H.Y. Briggs as Director. He has lectured widely in church history, theology and Baptist history, and written, co-authored and edited a dozen volumes, and published numerous chapters and articles in books and journals. He specializes in Baptist history and theology, with a specific interest in the theology and practice of baptism and evangelical sacramentalism.

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