A guiltless feast: the Salford Bible Christian Church and the rise of the modern vegetarian movement
City of Salford Education and Leisure, 1997 - Cooking - 128 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
19th century abstinence Alcott American Vegetarian animal food anism argues Armytage Axon became Behmenist belief Bible Christian Church Boehme Boehme's Bolton born Broadley Brotherton chapel Chartist Cheyne Christ Church City of Salford Clayton Clowes Clowes's Clubb deacon death died dissenting doctrine Edwin Collier elected Emanuel Swedenborg established ethics flesh Gaskill Gorman Hindmarsh holistic ideology Hulme human ideas influence intellectual Jacobite James Clark James Simpson John Byrom John Clowes Joseph Brotherton Kellogg King Street Liberal Lineham lived London Manchester and Salford Manchester Central Library meat meat-eating medecine meeting minister modern vegetarian movement mystical neo-platonist ordained organisation pantheism pastor Peter Foxcroft Peter Street philosophical political president published Pythagoras Pythagorean radical Reformer religion religious Rev James Salford City Reporter Schofield sect social Society's Swedenborg Swedenborgian Sylvester Graham Tory tradition vegetari vegetarian diet Vegetarian Society Wesley William Harvey William Law world view Wynne-Tyson