Culture and the Nonconformist Tradition

Author(s): Alan Kreider Jane Shaw

Language: English

Genre(s): Religion History

  • April 1999 · 192pages · 216x135mm

  • ·Paperback - 9780708315170

About The Book

Part of an expanding and academically acclaimed series, this is a genuine trans-denominational work on Nonconformity.

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'...first-rate material...' Methodist Recorder

'...readable and informative...' Expository Times

Contents

“17th Century Revolution and the Origins of Dissent”, Christopher Hill; “Literary Women in 18th Century Baptist Circles”, Marjorie Reeves; “Robert Hall and the Sign of the Times”, John Briggs; “Gospel and Culture in Victorian Noncomformity”, David Bebbington; “Noncomformists, economic ethics and consumer society”, John Garnett; “Victims of success – 20th Century Free Church Architecture”, Clyde Binfield; “Dissent and the Peculiarities of the British in the 19th Century”, Hugh McLeod.

About the Author(s)

Alan Kreider

Alan Kreider is former Director of the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, Regent’s Park College, Oxford.

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Jane Shaw

Jane Alison Shaw is a British historian and Anglican priest. She is Professor of Religious Studies and Dean for Religious Life at Stanford University.

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