Pilgrim Pathways: Essays in Baptist History in Honour of B.R. White (Google eBook)

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Barrington Raymond White, William H. Brackney, Paul S. Fiddes, John H. Y. Briggs
Mercer University Press, 1999 - Religion - 328 pages
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The essays in Pilgrim Pathways: Essays in Baptist History in Honour of B.R. White explores the lasting influence of one of the most prominent scholars of the history of Christianity.

Topics examined in this book include: Baptist identity in light of historic patterns and transatlantic treatments, the theology of children, the rise of Baptist hymnody as an indicator of Baptist piety, and the application of Baptist principles in context. Readers will find this an indispensible book for understanding both the ideas of White and the early history of Protestantism in Europe.

  

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Contents

The Place of Covenant Theology
47
A Baptist Perspective 75110
75
The Covenant Life of Some EighteenthCentury
165
Jane Attwaters Diaries 20722
207
The Evangelical Revival and the Baptists 24362
243
The English Baptist Legacy of Freedom
263
The Planter Motif among Baptists
283
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About the author (1999)

WILLIAM H. BRACKNEY is Professor of Religion and Director of Baptist Studies Program at Baylor University.

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