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Scottish Christianity in the Modern World

Hardback|Feb 2001
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A new and wide-ranging study of Christianity in Scotland, from the eighteenth century to the present.The contributors include D. W. D. Shaw, Ian Campbell, Kenneth Fielding, William Ferguson, Barbara MacHaffie, Peter Matheson, John McCaffrey, Owen Chadwick, David Thompson, Keith Robbins,...


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A new and wide-ranging study of Christianity in Scotland, from the eighteenth century to the present.The contributors include D. W. D. Shaw, Ian Campbell, Kenneth Fielding, William Ferguson, Barbara MacHaffie, Peter Matheson, John McCaffrey, Owen Chadwick, David Thompson, Keith Robbins, Andrew Ross, Stewart J. Brown and George Newlands.Topics encompass varieties of unbelief, challenges to the Westminster confession, John Baillie, Queen Victoria and the Church of Scotland, the Scottish ecumenical movement, the disestablishment movement, and Presbyterian-Catholic relations.

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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 163680
  • Product Code 0567087654
  • EAN 9780567087652
  • Pages 336
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher T&t Clark
  • Publication Date Feb 2001
  • Dimensions 230 x 146 x 31mm
  • Weight 0.522kg

George Newlands (Ed)

George Newlands is Professor of Divinity at the University of Glasgow, Scotland and Principal of Trinity College, Glasgow, Educated at Edinburgh (MA, BD, PhD, DLitt), Heidelberg and Cambridge, he was previously a university lecturer in Divinity at Cambridge and Dean of Trinity Hall. His recent publications include John and Donald Baillie: Transatlantic Theology (Peter Lang, 2002) and The Transformative Imagination - Rethinking Intercultural Theology (2004). George Newlands is a minister of the Church of Scotland and a priest of the Church of England.

Stewart J Brown (Ed)

brown is professor of ecclesiastical history and dean of the faculty of divinity, university of edinburgh, scotland. A

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  • Introduction, Stewart J. Brown And George Newlands
  • A.c. Cheyne - An Appreciation, D.w.d. Shaw. Part 1 Faith And Doubt:
  • Carlyle And The Secession, Ian Campbell
  • A Carlylean Elegy In Auchtertool Kirkyard, Kenneth J. Fielding
  • Christian Faith And Unbelief In Modern Scotland, William Ferguson
  • Old Testament Criticism And The Education Of Victorian Children, Barbara
  • J. Machaffie
  • Transforming The Creed, Peter Matheson
  • John Baillie And Friends, In Germany And At War, George Newlands. Part 2
  • Church, State And Society: Reaction In Scotland To The Irish Famine, John
  • F. Mccaffrey
  • The Sacrament At Crathie, 1873, Owen Chadwick
  • "unrestricted Conference" - Myth And Reality In Scottish Ecumenism,
  • David M. Thompson
  • Etablishing Disestablishment -some Reflections On Wales And Scotland,
  • Keith Robbins
  • Presbyterians And Catholics In 20th-century Scotland, Stewart J. Brown
  • Scotland And Malawi, 1859-1964, Andrew C. Ross.

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