Testimony and tradition : studies in reformed and dissenting thought / Alan P.F. Sell.
By: Sell, Alan P. FMaterial type: TextPublisher: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2005Description: vi, 367 p. ; 25 cmISBN: 0754640825 (hardcover : alk. paper)Subject(s): United Reformed Church (Great Britain) -- Doctrines | Reformed Church | Dissenters, Religious | Reformed Church -- Doctrines | Mercersburg theologyLOC classification: BX9422.5 | .S45 2005
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Conservation and exploration in Christian theology : inaugural lecture, the United Theological College, Aberystwyth, 1992 -- The worship of English Congregationalism : consultation on Reformed worship, Geneva, 2001 -- Telling the story : then and now -- Festschrift for Gabriel Fackre -- Doctrine, polity, liberty : what do Baptists stand for? -- Festschrift for B.R. White -- The life and thought of Henry Grove -- Introduction to Alan P.F. Sell, ed., Henry Grove : religious and ethical writings, 2000 -- Andrew Fuller and the Socinians -- Festschrift for D.O. Thomas -- P.T. Forsyth as unsystematic systematician -- Quincentennial colloquium, University of Aberdeen -- What has P.T. Forsyth to do with Mercersburg? -- The Mercersburg convocation, 1997 -- A renewed plea for impractical divinity -- University of Wales theology and religious studies staff colloquium, 1994 -- Reformed theology : whence and whither? -- Reformed Studies Centre conference, Westminster College, Cambridge, 1999 -- The Dissenting witness : yesterday and today -- Annual lecture to the Protestant Dissenting deputies, 2001 -- From union to church : autobiographical recollections of Congregational -- Festschrift for Clyde Binfield -- reminiscence, reflection, reassurance : the Davies lecture, Presbyterian Church of Wales, 2001 -- The annual commemoration lecture, Westminster College, Cambridge, 2001.
3/2005 104.95 (89.21)