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AbstractThe G.R. Beasley-Murray Lecture was delivered at the Baptist Assembly on 1 May 2011
AbstractThe cross has always been central to Baptist theology and spirituality but the approach has varied as Baptists have tried to relate gospel and culture for each generation. This second part considers that of Victorian and twentieth-century Baptists.
AbstractBaptist Associations hardly functioned between 1660 and 1689, yet their Quaker neighbours were able to develop a regional and national way of cooperating. Does this highlight a long-established fault-line in Baptist church life? The author believes in the value of Baptist churches...
AbstractG. Gordon, ed., Wise Counsel: John Newton’s letters to John Ryland Jr, Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 2009, pp. i-xviii; 1-411, ISBN 978-1-84871-053-5, £16.50Reviewed by Peter J. Morden, tutor in church history and spirituality, Spurgeon’s College
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