Congregationalism in Wales

Author(s): R. Tudur Jones
Editor(s): Robert Pope

Language: English

Genre(s): Religion Welsh Interest

Series: Bangor History of Religion

  • July 2004 · 384pages · 220x138mm

  • ·Hardback - 9780708318874

About The Book

This shows how Wales's religious history is intertwined with the emergence of a national identity. The author examines religious and social history, events, characters and thought over the four centuries during which Congregationalism has existed and chronicles the history of Wales and the strengthening of its literary tradition.

Endorsements

'This book fills a notable gap in our understanding of Congregationalism in the UK, and does honour to some outstanding leaders little known in the wider context'. The United Reformed Church History Society Journal

About the Author(s)

R. Tudur Jones

R. Tudur Jones was the most prolific and important church historian produced in Wales during the twentieth century.

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About the Editor(s)

Robert Pope

Dr Robert Pope is Reader in Theology in the University of Wales: Trinity St David, based at Lampeter, Wales, UK.

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