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A Story of Conflict (Studies In Evangelical History & Thought Series)

Jonathan Burnham

A Story of Conflict (Studies In Evangelical History & Thought Series)

Jonathan Burnham

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350 Pages

- Publisher Explores the story of conflictbetween B.W. Newton and J.N.Darby and the impact they hadon the early Brethren movement.Darby's eschatological views had farreaching effects on evangelicalism and Burnham explores the development of his prophetic system and his biblical literalism which led to his distinctive views on pretribulational premillenial dispensationalism. While having much in common with Darby Newton departed from him on key points.In many ways Newton and Darby were products of their times and this study of their relationship provides insight not only into the dynamics of early Brethrenism but also into the progress of nineteenthcentury English and Irish evangelicalism.

- Publisher This study explores the controversial relationship between B.W. Newton and J.N. Darby, two of the principal leaders of the early Brethren movement Darby's eschatological views had far-reaching effects on evangelicalism and Burnham explores the development of his prophetic system and his biblical literalism which led to his distinctive views on pretribulational, premillenial dispensationalism. While having much in common with Darby, Newton departed from him on key points. In many ways, Newton and Darby were products of their times, and this study of their relationship provides insight not only into the dynamics of early Brethrenism, but also into the progress of nineteenth-century English and Irish evangelicalism.

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350 Pages
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Explores the story of conflictbetween B.W. Newton and J.N.Darby and the impact they hadon the early Brethren movement.Darby's eschatological views had farreaching effects on evangelicalism and Burnham explores the development of his prophetic system and his biblical literalism which led to his distinctive views on pretribulational premillenial dispensationalism. While having much in common with Darby Newton departed from him on key points.In many ways Newton and Darby were products of their times and this study of their relationship provides insight not only into the dynamics of early Brethrenism but also into the progress of nineteenthcentury English and Irish evangelicalism.
- Publisher

This study explores the controversial relationship between B.W. Newton and J.N. Darby, two of the principal leaders of the early Brethren movement Darby's eschatological views had far-reaching effects on evangelicalism and Burnham explores the development of his prophetic system and his biblical literalism which led to his distinctive views on pretribulational, premillenial dispensationalism. While having much in common with Darby, Newton departed from him on key points. In many ways, Newton and Darby were products of their times, and this study of their relationship provides insight not only into the dynamics of early Brethrenism, but also into the progress of nineteenth-century English and Irish evangelicalism.
- Publisher

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Jonathan Burnham

Jonathan D. Burnham is the University Professor of Church Leadership at Palm Beach Atlantic University and the Senior Pastor of Boca Raton Community Church, Florida. He also serves as the President of BMI, an international training organisation whose mission is to train and equip Christian leaders in the third world. He received his BA from Wheaton College and his MA and DPhil degrees from the University of Oxford, England.

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  • Catalogue Code 209962
  • Product Code 1842271911
  • EAN 9781842271919
  • Pages 350
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Paternoster
  • Publication Date Oct 2003
  • Dimensions 111 x 111 x 18 mm
  • Weight 0.505kg

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