Commemorations : studies in Christian thought and history / by Alan P.F. Sell.
By: Sell, Alan P. FMaterial type: TextPublisher: Calgary : Cardiff, Wales : University of Calgary Press ; University of Wales Press, c1993Description: xi, 394 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 1895176328 :; 0708312292 (pbk)Subject(s): Theology, Doctrinal -- History | Church history | Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886 | Bomberger, J. H. A. (John Henry Augustus), 1817-1890 | Mercersburg theology | German Reformed Church (U.S.) -- Doctrines | German Reformed Church (U.S.) -- Controversial literature | Reformed Church in the United States -- Doctrines | Reformed Church in the United States -- Controversial literatureLOC classification: BT75.2 | .S45 1993
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Preface -- Pt. 1. Anniversaries and anticipations. 1. Newman, Spurgeon, Martineau and the problem of authority -- 2. Richard Baxter and the unity of the church -- 3. Fox and Wesley: experience and evangelism -- 4. The martyrs of 1593, the church and state -- Pt. 2. Occasional commemorative studies. 5. Through suffering to liberty: 1689 in the English and Vaudois experience -- 6. Robert Barclay (1648-1690), the fathers and the inward, universal saving light -- 7. The message of the Erskines for today -- 8. Revival and secession in early nineteenth century -- 9. In the wake of the Enlightenment: the adjustments of James Martineau and Alexander Campbell Fraser -- 10. J.H.A. Bomberger (1817-1890) versus J.W. Nevin: a century reappraisal -- 12. Harley College and its congregational alumni -- 13. Theology for all: the contribution of H.F. Lovell Cocks -- 14. Rhetoric and reality: theological reflections on congregationalism and its heirs -- Index.