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At the opening of the twentieth century Baptists were largely united in allegiance to a popular form of Free Church Evangelicalism. In the wake of the First World War, however, there was a tendency to theological polarisation, pitting liberals against conservatives. The outcome was a series of...
In the era of J H Shakespeare the Baptist Union Council was encouraged to enter comprehensive negotiations for greater ecumenical cooperation and, possibly, church union. This was resisted and J H Rushbrooke pointed the Baptist Union Council towards more working together amongst European and...
One of the catalysts for the communion controversy among Baptists in the late eighteenth century was a work entitled A Modest Plea for Free Communion, whose authorship from the beginning has been a bit of a mystery. It was published separately by two different authors using their own pseudonyms,...
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