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The Theological Education of the Ministry

Paperback|May 2013
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Unwilling on conscientious grounds to submit to the religious tests imposed by the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, the English and Welsh Dissenters of the second half of the seventeenth century established academies in which their young men, many of...


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Unwilling on conscientious grounds to submit to the religious tests imposed by the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, the English and Welsh Dissenters of the second half of the seventeenth century established academies in which their young men, many of them destined for the ministry, might receive a higher education. From the eighteenth century onwards, theological colleges devoted exclusively to ministerial education were founded, while in Scotland historically, and in England and Wales over the past 120 years, freestanding university faculties of divinity/theology have provided theological education to ordinands and others. These diverse educational contexts are all represented in this collection of papers, but the focus is upon those who taught in them: Caleb Ashworth (Daventry Academy); John Oman (Westminster [Presbyterian] College Cambridge); N. H. G. Robinson (University of St. Andrews); Geoffrey F. Nuttall (New [Congregational] College, London); T. W. Manson (University of Manchester); Owen Evans (University of Manchester and Hartley Victoria Methodist College)--the lone Methodist scholar discussed here; and W. Gordon Robinson and J. H. Eric Hull (University of Manchester and Lancashire Independent College). Between them these scholars covered the core disciplines of theological education: biblical studies, ecclesiastical history, philosophy, doctrine, and systematic theology.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 394857
  • Product Code 9781620325933
  • ISBN 1620325934
  • EAN 9781620325933
  • Pages 328
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Pickwick Publications
  • Publication Date May 2013
  • Sales Rank 84893
  • Dimensions 229 x 152 x 17mm
  • Weight 0.441kg

Alan P F Sell

Alan P. F. Sell is a philosopher-theologian and ecumenist who has held posts in England, Geneva, Canada, and Wales. He publishes and lectures widely at home and abroad. His most recent book is Four Philosophical Anglicans (2010).

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