Protestant Nonconformist Texts Volume 4: The Twentieth Century
David M. Thompson, John H. Y. Briggs, John Munsey Turner
Wipf and Stock Publishers, 5 feb. 2015 - 432 sidor
Contemporary texts are used in this volume to illustrate key themes in the history of Nonconformity in England and Wales. Although the twentieth century was in many ways a century of decline, this book shows that there was still much life in the Nonconformist tradition. It also looks at contemporary issues such as racism and the place of women. Through contemporary writings it provides an insight into the life and thought of the English Free Churches in a century in which they expected to come into their own, only to discover that they faced new challenges and the problems of decline.
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